An adventure begins for young Tim Healy on one long, boring night at the bowling alley. A chance encounter with a mythical piece of music inspires a life-long obsession that will lead him ... See full summary »

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Doug Stradley
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Cast

Credited cast:
Seth Meyers ... Tim Healy
Stan Grunder Stan Grunder ... Young Tim Healy
Michelle Nietsche ... Alexa
Richard Meyer Richard Meyer ... Felix Pendergrass
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Dick Barron Dick Barron ... Conductor
Kevin Cirone ... Conductor
Tony Ezzillo Tony Ezzillo ... Mr. Bertolo
Ryan Gentz Ryan Gentz ... Stanislav Rubinski
Dan Gorgone Dan Gorgone ... Conductor
Tim Guetterman Tim Guetterman ... Philip
Norm Hassinger Norm Hassinger ... Bowling Alley Walker
Randy Judkins Randy Judkins ... Search Committee Member #1
Christopher Mace Christopher Mace ... Conductor
Barney Martin Barney Martin ... Search Committee Member #2
Doug Papa Doug Papa ... Sedgewig von Briglayer
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An adventure begins for young Tim Healy on one long, boring night at the bowling alley. A chance encounter with a mythical piece of music inspires a life-long obsession that will lead him either to madness and ruin, or to fame beyond his grandest dreams. Maestro is the story of a bowling alley attendant who dreams of being a conductor, and of a piece of music that has destroyed every conductor who ever attempted it. Written by Doug Stradley

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Comedy | Drama | Short

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

12 March 2004 (USA) See more »

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Budget:

$35,000 (estimated)
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Color

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1.78 : 1
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Wonderful
28 May 2005 | by julie moriaSee all my reviews

I thought Maestro was simply wonderful. Each shot was rich with color and imagery, veritable candy for the eyes. The story captivates you from the beginning to end. You can not help but route for the "boy" and his dream of becoming a composer. It leaves you feeling truly inspired that even people from the most ordinary walks of life can be chosen for a magical purpose. Even if that magical purpose involves more than you had bargained. Love, triumph, courage, determination, Maestro has it all. One lesson being, to look at the world through many perspectives because whatever we need is right here. This was wonderfully demonstrated in the bowling alley when Tim Healy learns to coordinate all his surrounding sounds. I had many giggles over the Sean Connery-esquire V.O.s and even got chills from the composing, needless to say I also enjoyed the soundtrack.


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