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Ping Pong Summer ()


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A family vacation during the summer of 1985 changes everything for a teenage boy obsessed with ping pong.

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Radical Miracle
Robert Hambury ...
Old Neighbor
Helena May Seabrook ...
Michelle Miracle (as Helena Seabrook)
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Brendan Miracle
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Crandall Miracle
Francis J. Tully ...
Naked Burnt Man
Mary Ann Tully ...
Naked Burnt Man's Wife
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Stacy Summers
Joseph McCaughtry ...
Lyle Ace
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Dale Lyons
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Anthony
Jimmy Pelletier ...
Skateboarder
Pierce Haugh ...
Weird Pool Kid
Myles Massey ...
Teddy Fryy
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Randi Jammer
Summer McCabe ...
Sheela
Kaylea Collavinni ...
Trixx
Susanna Herrick ...
Hot Boardwalk Girl 1
Dara Pappas ...
Hot Boardwalk Girl 2
Oakley Moran ...
Mini Brando
Yesim Karaman ...
Paul Revere Hostess
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Uncle Jim
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Aunt Peggy
Gibril Wilson ...
Rod Fryy
Tate Shockley ...
Rally Record Scorekeeper / Gossip Kid's Friend
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Rhonda
Corey Tobias ...
Telescope Photo Guy
Brandon Cater ...
H20 Bartender (as Brandon Michael Cater)
James Pak ...
Breakdancing B-Boy 1
Darius Johnson ...
Breakdancing B-Boy 2
Mike 'D.J. Batman' Beatty ...
DJ Batman (as Mike 'DJ Batman' Beatty)
Frank Nanna ...
Boozo The Clown
Corey Schuler ...
Concession Stand Worker
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Boardwalk Artist
Justin Fisher ...
Gossip Kid / Showdown Scorekeeper
Michael A. Quinn ...
Boardwalk T-Shirt Folk
Allison Tucker ...
Boardwalk T-Shirt Folk (as Allison Tucker-Tingle)
Carl Wooleyhan ...
Boardwalk T-Shirt Folk
Anna Wooleyhan ...
Boardwalk T-Shirt Folk
Aulstin Wilkins ...
Boardwalk T-Shirt Folk
David Banach ...
Boardwalk T-Shirt Folk
Willie Rogers ...
Boardwalk T-Shirt Folk
Tristan Wolf ...
Other Beatbox Kid
Aidan Asbury ...
Other Beatbox Kid
Adon Russo ...
Other Beatbox Kid
Karlie Southcomb ...
H20 Dancing Cage Girl
Lexi Vankirk ...
H2O Dancing Cage Girl
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Party Girl (uncredited)
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Team Lyle (uncredited)
Logan Bennett ...
Vacationer (uncredited)
Alec Burbage ...
Team Lyle (uncredited)
David Cohen ...
Tourist (uncredited)
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Party Girl (uncredited)
Christina Herrick ...
Tourist (uncredited)
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Tourist (uncredited)
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Team Lyle (uncredited)
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Fisherman (uncredited)
Chelsea Reba ...
Party Girl (uncredited)

Directed by

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Michael Tully

Written by

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Michael Tully ... (written by)

Produced by

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Jeffrey Allard ... producer
Steve Bannatyne ... associate producer
Steven C. Beer ... co-executive producer (as Steven Beer)
Brooke Bernard ... producer
Danielle J. Colombo ... associate producer
Dominic Fortunato ... executive producer
Julie S. Fuller ... executive producer
Marcus Dean Fuller ... executive producer
Michael Ferris Gibson ... executive producer
Michael Gottwald ... producer
Jim Guyer ... associate producer
Walter S. Hall ... executive producer (as Wally Hall)
Holly Herrick ... co-producer
Andrew Krucoff ... associate producer
Robin Leland ... executive producer emeritus
Jonathan McHugh ... associate producer
Kamran Moghtaderi ... associate producer
Billy Peterson ... producer
Dariush Pouraghabagher ... associate producer
George Rush ... producer (as George M. Rush)
Andrew Russo ... executive producer
Derrick Tseng ... consulting producer
Ryan Zacarias ... producer
Dennis Crowley ... associate producer (uncredited)
Lori Krein ... producer (uncredited)

Music by

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Michael Montes

Cinematography by

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Wyatt Garfield ... director of photography

Film Editing by

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Marc Vives

Editorial Department

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Alex Bickel ... digital intermediate colorist: Cinelicious
Trevor Dauten ... digital film scanning: Cinelicious
Reggie Diaz ... digital intermediate coordinator: Cinelicious
Tyler Fagerstrom ... digital intermediate editor: Cinelicious
Paul Korver ... digital intermediate supervisor: Cinelicious
Jon Race ... assistant editor

Casting By

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Pat Moran

Production Design by

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Bart Mangrum

Art Direction by

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Bob Weisz

Set Decoration by

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Joie Todd Kerns

Costume Design by

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Stephani Lewis

Makeup Department

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Annemarie Bradley-Sherron ... hair stylist: Ms. Sarandon (as Annemarie Bradley)
Sherri Bramlett ... hair department head
Kimberlee Cullen ... additional makeup artist
Jack Howard ... additional hair stylist
Michelle Mattingly ... assistant hair stylist / assistant makeup artist
Susan Reilly LeHane ... makeup artist: Ms. Sarandon (as Susan LeHane)
Rondi Scott ... makeup department head
Christy Stone Trala ... additional makeup artist

Production Management

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Lora Criner ... production manager
Jamie Millhoff ... production supervisor

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

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Drew Bourdet ... second second assistant director
Claire Skowronek ... second assistant director
Cedric Vara ... first assistant director

Art Department

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Denise A. Beale ... art department coordinator (as Denise Beale)
Megan Bosaw ... set dresser
Zach Both ... art department assistant
Kalynn Burke ... art department assistant
Mike Drury ... lead man
Sophie Kosofsky ... lead carpenter
Micah Learned ... construction coordinator
Matt Lindahl ... set dresser
Michael Petruzzo ... lead scenic
Katy Porter ... property master
Robert Francis Scheidegger ... carpenter (as Rob Scheidegger)
Dave Starkey ... carpenter
Erin Staub ... scenic
Grace Hollaender ... assistant property master (uncredited)

Sound Department

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Alex Altman ... sound mixer: Location
Ed Callahan ... dialogue/adr editor
Matt Davies ... adr recordist: Studio Unknown
Teresa Eckton ... fx editor (as Terry Eckton)
Andrea Gard ... foley artist / foley editor
Jonathan Greber ... production manager: Skywalker (as Jon Greber)
Kevin Hill ... adr recordist: Studio UNknown
Jaime Horrigan ... adr coordinator
Zach Martin ... sound re-recording mixer
Charlotte Moore ... associate producer: Skywalker
Frank Rinella ... foley artist
Steve Saada ... boom operator (as Steven Saada)
Brian Seagrave ... audio conform
William Storkson ... adr supervisor / foley: ping pong
Ethan Walter ... additional adr recordist
Doug Winningham ... foley editor (as Dug Winningham)
Benjamin S.L. Wong ... additional boom operator (as Benjamin Wong)
Angie Yesson ... sound re-recording mixer / supervising sound editor

Special Effects by

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Drew Bourdet ... special effects

Visual Effects by

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Chris Connolly ... visual effects

Camera and Electrical Department

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Michael Arbin ... swing
Tim Curtin ... key grip
Mac Cushing ... electrician
John David Devirgiliis ... first assistant camera
Garland Gallaspy ... gaffer
Andy Hensler ... camera department assistant
Lee Eric Hill ... grip (as Lee 'Eric' Hill)
Olivia Kimmel ... loader
Mike Kurec ... best boy electric
Alex Lee ... grip
Mike Locke ... best boy grip
Autumn Moran ... grip
Charlie Pearson ... electrician
Jess Pinkham ... still photographer
Lyon Taylor ... additional best boy grip (as Jeremy Lyon Taylor)
Tyler Valliant ... second assistant camera
John Weston Young ... grip

Animation Department

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Sean Manchee ... animator: titles, Chips
Adam Squires ... animator: titles, Chips

Casting Department

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Rob Lentz ... additional casting
Daniel Mullins ... additional casting
Scott Philip Goergens ... casting associate (uncredited)

Costume and Wardrobe Department

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Deborah Blake ... costume supervisor
Rachel Dainer-Best ... assistant costume designer
Kayla McAleer ... costume assistant (as Kayla Short)

Location Management

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Christopher Geair ... assistant location manager (as Chris Geair)
Corey Schuler ... location assistant
Josh Slates ... location manager

Music Department

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Jonathan McHugh ... music supervisor
Dean Parker ... music scoring mixer
Michael Walz ... assistant to composer
Jonathan Zalben ... additional music supervisor

Script and Continuity Department

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Jan Hopper Sanders ... script supervisor (as Jan Sanders)

Transportation Department

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John Thomas ... driver: honey wagon
Ian Tilghman ... picture car coordinator
Andrew Mercier ... driver (uncredited)

Other crew

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Michael Arbin ... set medic
Teddy Blanks ... title designer: Chips
David Bonnett ... key set production assistant
Ahmed Chopra ... set production assistant
Danielle J. Colombo ... legal services: Law Office of George M. Rush
Amy Doerzbach ... studio teacher
Josh Duke ... craft service
Luke Givens ... set intern
Alex Hooker ... set intern
Valerie Hydock ... craft service
Shane Kennedy ... set production assistant
Jerry Kiesewetter ... production office coordinator
Laura Kroart ... background coordinator
Sean Manchee ... additional title design: Chips
Bob Mitchell ... studio teacher
Troy A. Morgan ... production office assistant (as Troy Morgan)
Dave Owens ... legal services: Law Office of George M. Rush
Tori Paris ... production assistant
Lori Patrick ... craft service
Jimmy Pelletier ... ping pong boot camp guru
Billy Publico ... key set production assistant
Todd Reynolds ... production office assistant
Jessica Riddle ... set intern
George Rush ... legal services: Law Office of George M. Rush (as George M. Rush)
A.J. Smith ... set medic
Adam Squires ... additional title design: Chips
Jake Swinney ... production office assistant
Richard Wawrzeniak ... set security: Azul International Unlimited (as Cpl. Richard Wawrzeniak)
Elise Weisengoff ... assistant background coordinator
Robb White ... production office assistant
Kristen Lynn Wolfe ... production office assistant (as Kristen Wolfe)
Nora L. Ferris ... insurance broker (uncredited)

Thanks

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Reid Martin Basso ... very special thanks
Carlo Glorioso ... special thanks (as Carl Glorioso)
Ruth Egherman Pangilinan ... thanks
Jaime Rush ... special thanks
Matthew Woods ... special thanks (as Matt Woods)

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Special Effects

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  • Chips (animation: main title sequence)

Other Companies

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Storyline

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Plot Summary

The year is 1985. Rad Miracle is a shy 13-year-old white kid who's obsessed with two things: ping pong and hip hop. During his family's annual summer vacation to Ocean City, Maryland, Rad makes a new best friend, experiences his first real crush, becomes the target of rich, racist local bullies, and finds an unexpected mentor in his outcast next-door neighbor. Ping Pong Summer is about that time in your life when you're treated like an alien by everyone around you, even though you know deep down you're as funky fresh as it gets. Written by Anonymous

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Also Known As
  • Лятото на пинг понга (Bulgaria, Bulgarian title)
  • Pingpongowe lato (Poland)
  • Desventuras de Verão (Brazil)
  • Моё лето пинг-понга (Russia)
  • Ping pong leto (Serbia)
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Runtime
  • 92 min
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Box Office

Opening Weekend United States $25,781, 08 Jun 2014

Did You Know?

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Trivia The DeLorean in the motel parking lot is a reference to both Lea Thompson's famous role in Back To The Future and the year 1985, when both Ping Pong Summer and Back To The Future take place. See more »
Goofs The movie takes place 1985, but the father's car is a 1989 Chevy Caprice. See more »
Soundtracks Major Tom (Coming Home) See more »
Quotes Lyle Ace: [to Rad Miracle] Are you actually wearing those pant as like, not a joke?
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