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Farmer McAllister's Thinkin' Machine (2001)

Down on McAllister's farm there's a cow, a pitchfork, a haggard man, an evil wife, and a bucket-headed robot. Not to mention a lust that will test the limits of marriage and metal fatigue. Both touching and oddly arousing, this comedy of errors will make you believe in the love between a man, woman and robot.

Director:

Brady Koch

Writer:

Brady Koch
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Cast

Cast overview:
J.D. Sutton J.D. Sutton ... Red McAllister
Peg O'Keef Peg O'Keef ... Safron McAllister
Jim Gunshanan Jim Gunshanan ... Ignacious
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Storyline

Down on McAllister's farm there's a cow, a pitchfork, a haggard man, an evil wife, and a bucket-headed robot. Not to mention a lust that will test the limits of marriage and metal fatigue. Both touching and oddly arousing, this comedy of errors will make you believe in the love between a man, woman and robot.

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A farmer so haggard... A wife so mean... A lover so drunk... And the robot that came between them.

Genres:

Short | Comedy

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

July 2001 (USA) See more »

Filming Locations:

Orlando, Florida, USA

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Budget:

$6,000 (estimated)
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Company Credits

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Buckethead Films See more »
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Technical Specs

Color:

Color (35 mm version)

Aspect Ratio:

1.85 : 1
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Irreverently Hilarious
4 October 2006 | by katiedamienSee all my reviews

Beautifully shot. Tony Forresta did an excellent job with the visual aspects of this film. The film's bizarre comedy is not usually something I would go for, but the more I've seen this short, the more I laugh. The strange nature of the scenes and unexpected twists keep the movie going forward. I usually don't like scenes that don't cut, that is scenes that are one shot, but in this movie I think they worked well. The timing and pace of the movie was also very good. The actors were perfectly cast and very talented. I especially enjoyed the character of Peg. The robot was cheesy, but for me that just adds to the comedy. I look forward to seeing Brady's next endeavor.


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