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This is a documentary about the famous frog jumping contest inspired by the Mark Twain story "The Celebrated Jumping Frog of Calaveras County."

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Justin Bookey

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Justin Bookey ... ()
 
Mark Twain ... (inspiration)

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Justin Bookey ... executive producer / producer

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Timm Andrews
Justin Bookey

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Justin Bookey

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Timm Andrews ... second camera operator

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Jane Greenstein ... story consultant

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In some counties, length is everything. Every Spring since 1928 thousands converge upon Calaveras County to see whose frog will jump the farthest. JUMP follows the sweat and sacrifice of those who yearn to be the County's top frog jockey - and be enshrined on the Hop of Fame. This heartfelt "frogumentary" uncovers an historical community that still honors its feisty connection to a Wild West past. Inspired by a true fable: Mark Twain's "The Celebrated Jumping Frog of Calaveras County." Written by Anonymous

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  • Jump (United States)
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  • 68 min
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Budget $10,000 (estimated)

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Movie Connections References The Notorious Jumping Frog of Calaveras County (1981). See more »

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