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Harmony Cats (1992)

Graham Braithwaite is a violinist in a B.C. symphony. Unfortunately the symphony folds and much to his horror and disdain, he's forced to get a gig with a country band as the bassist. He ... See full summary »

Director:

Sandy Wilson

Writer:

David King
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Hoyt Axton ... Bill Stratton
Constance Barnes Constance Barnes ... Audrey Stalker
Lisa Brokop Lisa Brokop ... Debbie Hay
Jim Byrnes ... Frank Hay
Kim Coates ... Graham Braithwaite
Jennifer Copping ... Vi
Alex Diakun ... Art Kale
Stephen Dimopoulos ... Eddie
Beverley Elliott ... Alma Williams
Charlene Fernetz ... Jane Pitkeithly
Mark Ferris Mark Ferris ... Violin Solist
Eli Gabay Eli Gabay ... Hotel Manager
James L. Hurford James L. Hurford ... Bob
Tamsin Kelsey ... Sandra
James Kidnie ... Lazlo
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Graham Braithwaite is a violinist in a B.C. symphony. Unfortunately the symphony folds and much to his horror and disdain, he's forced to get a gig with a country band as the bassist. He has to leave the city and his girlfriend, Jane, to tour the B.C. interior with Frank Hay and his band. At first he has a hard time fitting in, but he realizes that Debbie, one of the backup singers and Frank's daughter, has a great voice and asks Frank if he can work with her. She slowly begins to get more of the set time and he feels more at home in the band. Problems arise between Frank and Debbie and Graham and Jane because of the supposed relationship between Graham and Debbie. Written by keithkim67

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Genres:

Comedy

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Country:

Canada

Language:

English

Release Date:

4 March 1994 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Pour l'amour du country See more »

Filming Locations:

British Columbia, Canada

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Technical Specs

Sound Mix:

Ultra Stereo

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.85 : 1
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Soundtracks

Stand By Your Man
Written by Billy Sherrill (as Bill Sherrill) and Tammy Wynette (as Tammy Winette)
Performed by Lisa Brokop and One Horse Blue
Courtesy of EMI Publishing Canada
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A grand little film, full of good music and lovable characters
1 May 2002 | by ckalfinSee all my reviews

We chanced on this movie on Tuesday evening, April 30, 2002, never having heard anything about it, and found a really professionally made little movie, with great photography, fine country music and wonderfully realistic dialogue. We couldn't understand why it never had general distribution, except perhaps for the fact that it didn't have any "big" names. The leading lady, Lisa Brokop, as a country singer, has a beautiful voice.

The writing is tight, characters very well drawn and directed, and in short the film was wonderful entertainment, with an unexpected happy ending.

For stars we would give it 5, in competition with other low-budget productions.


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