The Drunkard (2004)

Levittown, 1960. Eight-year-old Larry Delaney is sent along to the wake of his father's best friend, in hopes he might prevent his father from drinking. In the face of this impossible task, Larry's ingenuity surprises.

Director:

Julie Eshbaugh

Writers:

Julie Eshbaugh (screenplay), Frank O'Connor (story)
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Cast

Credited cast:
Bill Algeo Bill Algeo ... Mr. Dooley
Gary Beck Gary Beck ... Mourner / Tavern Patron
Steven Michael Borowka Steven Michael Borowka ... Peter Crowley (as Steven Michaels)
Evans Brown ... Mourner / Tavern Patron
Dylan Eshbaugh ... Larry Delaney
LeaRae Frenock LeaRae Frenock ... Neighborhood child
Alicia Gilbert Alicia Gilbert ... Mourner / Tavern Patron
Todd Henderson Todd Henderson ... Mourner / Tavern Patron
Brooke Honeyford Brooke Honeyford ... Barmaid
Stephanie Keenan Stephanie Keenan ... Mourner / Tavern Patron
Jennifer Konieczny Jennifer Konieczny ... Mourner / Tavern Patron
Kevin Korowicki Kevin Korowicki ... Funeral Reader
Jamie Lokoff ... Mick Delaney
Heather MacHenry Heather MacHenry ... Mourner / Tavern Patron
Chris McMullin ... Mr. Phelps
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Levittown, 1960. Eight-year-old Larry Delaney is sent along to the wake of his father's best friend, in hopes he might prevent his father from drinking. In the face of this impossible task, Larry's ingenuity surprises.

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Genres:

Drama | Short

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Details

Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

9 October 2004 (USA) See more »

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Budget:

$3,000 (estimated)
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Company Credits

Production Co:

Charade Pictures See more »
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Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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23 September 2005 | by elliahSee all my reviews

I love movies, and after watching "The Drunkard", my love expanded. Dylan Eshbaugh has excellent talent, and a power to make the audience move with emotion. An amazingly done film. 2 thumbs up. Any one looking for an emotional evening, I strongly recommend "The Drunkard". A genius screenplay and a heart-touching story make you want to watch it over and over again. Dylan Eshbaugh is one of America's undiscovered child-actor virtuosos. He displays an array of acting ability only known to the best. This movie made my cry with pain, hope with joy, and all of that backwards. Interestingly done, amazingly portrayed, and highly recommended.


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