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The Hungry Bachelors Club (1999)

PG-13 | | Comedy, Drama, Romance | 31 August 2004 (USA)
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Cast

Credited cast:
Candice Azzara ... Hannibal Youngblood (as Candy Azzara)
Michael Des Barres ... Harold Spinner
Jorja Fox ... Delmar Youngblood
Katherine Kendall ... Missy Bainbridge
Suzanne Mara ... Hortense
Peter Murnik ... Jethro Youngblood
Bill Nunn ... Moses Grady
Paul Provenza ... Stanley Diggers
David Shackelford ... Marlon
William Morgan Sheppard ... Mr. Ringold
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Rachel Bard Rachel Bard ... Mrs. Bainbridge
Lori Creevay Lori Creevay ... Betty Spinner (as Allorah Creevay)
Wendelin Harston Wendelin Harston ... Sofia
Leigh Ann Post Leigh Ann Post ... Dr. Woo
Troy Vincent ... First Man
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Where there's always something tasty going on.

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Comedy | Drama | Romance

Motion Picture Rating (MPAA)

Rated PG-13 for some mature thematic elements
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When Delmar drives Moses home, they sit in the car talking for a bit - when the camera is on Delmar, her hand is on top of the steering wheel. When the camera cuts to Moses, her hand is no longer on the wheel, but when the camera cuts back to her, her hand is still on the wheel in the same position. See more »

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only seen the 7 minute trailer. Wonderful, rich, funny.
18 July 1999 | by Lynn-68See all my reviews

I may be biased, I am the author of the novel The Hungry Bachelors Club, self-published in 1994. The screenplay was written by my good friend and hungry bachelor, Fred Dresch, who was the inspiration for the character Marlon in the film. I couldn't be more pleased with the trailer, I hope to see the film in its entirety and I will further comment. But Jorja Fox, who plays Delmar Youngblood, my character, is stellar. She carries the bulk of the emotional vehicles in fine form. I couldn't have done better myself! This looks like real people, hardly formula driven and thankfully drives my statement against racial prejudice home, gracefully and heartfelt.


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31 August 2004 (USA) See more »

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Food for the Heart See more »

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Denver, Colorado, USA

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