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Four friends from the small Texas town of Dancer are graduating from high school and are planning to move to L.A. after graduation, taking the population of Dancer down to 77 from 81. All other 77 residents feel threatened by their... See more »

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Keller Coleman
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Terrell Lee Lusk
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John Hemphill
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Squirrel
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Josie Hemphill
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Mrs. Lusk
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Mr. Lusk
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Earl
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Keller's Grandfather
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Vivian
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Squirrel's Father
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Sue Ann
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Mr. Hemphill
Lashawn McIvor ...
Mrs. Hemphill
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Leon
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Rusty
Steven Bland ...
Wayne
Craig Carter ...
Guy
Tennessee ...
Old Fart Rancher
Mary Ann Luedecke ...
Betty Sue
Bill Brooks ...
Reverend
Felipe de Ortego y Gasca ...
Principal
Kessia Embry ...
Jean (as Kessia Kordelle)
Kendra Payne ...
Loretta
Jack Vaden ...
Harvey
Lynn Carter ...
Another Rancher
Jon Bergholz ...
Bus Driver
Lucy Jacobson ...
Flora
Lisa Billing ...
Sandra
Emilie B. Severin ...
Mrs. Caldwell
Leigh Eaton ...
Mrs. Hufheinz
Billie Craddock ...
Mrs. Garcia
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Robert Barge ...
Bobby (uncredited)
Pat Ridley ...
Town Person (uncredited)

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Tim McCanlies

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Tim McCanlies ... (written by)

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Jacqueline Anderson ... associate producer
Tina Brawner ... co-producer
Michael Burns ... executive producer
Leanna Creel ... executive producer
Chase Foster ... producer
Lauren Lloyd ... studio executive
David Prybil ... associate producer
Jeff Rice ... co-producer
Dana Shaffer ... producer
Alan Stepp ... associate producer
Peter White ... producer

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Steve Dorff

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Andrew Dintenfass

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Rob Kobrin

Editorial Department

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Todd Busch ... first assistant editor
Daniel Fort ... assistant editor: avid
Asim Matin ... assistant editor
Jeff Mack ... colorist: dailies (uncredited)

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Laurel Smith
Michael Testa

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Dawn Snyder

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Jeff B. Adams Jr.
Jeffrey Michael Adams ... (as Jeff Adams)

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Wanda 'Beau' Peterson ... (as Beau P. Petersen)

Costume Design by

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Susan Matheson

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Dara Jaramillo ... makeup department head

Production Management

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Ted Gidlow ... executive in charge of production
Tim Swan ... unit manager

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Pamela Altieri-Paterra ... second second assistant director
Melissa V. Barnes ... second assistant director
Jim LaClair ... assistant director

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Ramona Fabregas ... assistant property master
Virle S. Reid ... props
Byron Scott Thomas ... property master

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Willy Allen ... supervising sound editor
Wayne Bell ... production sound mixer / sound effects
Trip Brock ... foley editor
Pamela Kahn ... foley artist
Amy Kane ... foley artist
Stacey Michaels ... adr mixer
Greg Orloff ... re-recording mixer
Will Riley ... sound effects editor
Brooke Satrazemis ... cable person
Kurt Thum ... sound editor
Lisa Varetakis ... assistant sound editor
Gregory H. Watkins ... re-recording mixer

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Dennis Clay ... key grip
Austin Goss ... gaffer
Jeff Graham ... first assistant camera
Kim Guthrie ... camera operator
Adam Harrison ... lighting technician
Richard Lacy ... dolly grip
Josh Gundling Williamson ... second assistant camera (as Josh Gundling)

Costume and Wardrobe Department

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Jeannine Bourdaghs ... set costumer
Jeila Gueramian ... costume supervisor
Beth Rogers ... set costumer

Location Management

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Tim Swan ... location manager

Music Department

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Bob Beecher ... assistant music editor
Larry Herbstritt ... orchestrator
Chris Ledesma ... music editor

Script and Continuity Department

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Haley McLane ... script supervisor

Transportation Department

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Jon Bergholz ... transportation coordinator
Justin Nance ... driver

Other crew

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Nellie Adami ... assistant production coordinator
Craig Carter ... boss wrangler
Ted Gidlow ... production executive
Timothy R. Price ... key set production assistant
Pat Ridley ... stand-in: Wayne Tippet and Eddy Jones
Michael Saleman ... legal services
Lauren Lloyd ... studio executive (uncredited)
Lonnie Ramati ... production business affairs (uncredited)

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Plot Summary

Four friends from the small Texas town of Dancer are graduating from high school and are planning to move to L.A. after graduation, taking the population of Dancer down to 77 from 81. All other 77 residents feel threatened by their decision and decide to spoil their plans by all means possible. Written by Anonymous

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Also Known As
  • Dancer, Texas, le rêve de la ville (France)
  • Dancer, Texas (Germany)
  • Dancer, Texas población 81 (Spain)
  • Dancer, Texas (Finland)
  • Dancer, Texas (Italy)
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  • 97 min
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Opening Weekend United States $87,983, 03 May 1998

Did You Know?

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Trivia The gas station where the four boys go to hang out was built for this movie and never was a working gas station. They left it up for an attraction when people drive into Fort Davis, it just recently collapsed (2006). See more »
Goofs The students state that Brewster County Texas is the largest county in the US. It is the largest county in Texas, but San Bernardino County California is approximately three times larger. See more »
Movie Connections Referenced in Playing by Heart (1998). See more »
Soundtracks Where I Come From See more »
Quotes Reverend: Squirrel, we've missed you in church these past few years.
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