Somebody Moved My Mountain (1975)

E | | Drama | 15 May 1975 (USA)
Russ Denny is sadly disillusioned by a broken romance just before his graduation from college. He takes off for the mountains of Western North Carolina in an effort to find some peace of mind.

Writer:

Joseph Wallace King (story)
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Cast

Credited cast:
Christopher Coan Christopher Coan ... Russ Denny
Zan Dula Zan Dula ... Sandy
Barry Dudley Barry Dudley ... Sank
Frank Albright Frank Albright ... Rufe
Ralph Scales Ralph Scales ... Phil
Elizabeth Trotman Elizabeth Trotman ... Redora
Kim Saunders Kim Saunders ... Bitsy
Jerry Whittington Jerry Whittington ... Sheriff
Sherman Shore Sherman Shore ... Hobo
Hugh Morton Hugh Morton ... Man With Camera
David Darr David Darr ... Sheriff
Hamilton Horton Hamilton Horton ... Deputy Sheriff
Rodney Bragg Rodney Bragg ... Motorcyclist
Rick Dula Rick Dula ... Roy
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Ned Austtin Ned Austtin ... Farmer 2
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Storyline

Russ Denny is sadly disillusioned by a broken romance just before his graduation from college. He takes off for the mountains of Western North Carolina in an effort to find some peace of mind.

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Like a breath of fresh air!

Genres:

Drama

Certificate:

E
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Details

Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

15 May 1975 (USA) See more »

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Budget:

$15,000 (estimated)
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Technical Specs

Sound Mix:

Stereo (Western Electric Sound System)

Color:

Color (Technicolor)

Aspect Ratio:

1.85 : 1
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Vanity production happily forgotten
31 December 2012 | by winstonncSee all my reviews

Joseph Wallace King, a one-armed portrait painter and jester at the court of the family of R.J. Reynolds, concocted this vanity project. King wrote, produced and directed this epic about a college boy who discovers his girl friend has been unfaithful and runs off to the North Carolina mountains to "find" himself. About all he "finds" are dozens of King's friends (some of who were rumored to have paid to be in the movie) and various notables from Winston-Salem NC in the mid 1970s. Ralph Scales, then president of Wake Forest University, turns up, as do Hamilton Horton, a popular politician, and scads of others. I originally reviewed the film for the local newspaper and wondered as the time how anyone as far off as Greensboro (a mere 30 miles away) would make heads or tails of it. The premiere was akin to a cross between a Hollywood gala and getting your vacation pictures back from the drug store.


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