Bandwagon

Overview

A group of hard-working, young North Carolinians amuse themselves in the evenings by forming a band. This ensemble comedy chronicles their experiences. Tony Ridge is the singer/songwriter. Though talented, he is so introverted that he can only play his music in a closet. After he loses his day job, his out-going friend Charlie Flagg suggests he try to become a professional musician. Tony decides to give it a go, but first they need a band. They choose stoner guitarist Wynn Knapp, who despite his perpetual ...
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Overview

A group of hard-working, young North Carolinians amuse themselves in the evenings by forming a band. This ensemble comedy chronicles their experiences. Tony Ridge is the singer/songwriter. Though talented, he is so introverted that he can only play his music in a closet. After he loses his day job, his out-going friend Charlie Flagg suggests he try to become a professional musician. Tony decides to give it a go, but first they need a band. They choose stoner guitarist Wynn Knapp, who despite his perpetual drug-inspired haze is really good, and then the volatile Eric Ellwood as their bassist. Ellwood is extremely eager to get the money rolling in as he is deeply in debt to a big, mean loan shark. Unfortunately, the shark has Ellwood's bass. The four then stage a break-in and get it back. After practice, their band Circus Monkey is finally ready to perform. At least they think so and go to play at a frat party. Unfortunately they bomb because their music isn't hard enough for the rowdy, drunken kids. Undaunted, they continue on and eventually score themselves a manager with Linus Tate, a sage but quiet man. Together they set out across the South in hope of launching their careers, playing at any club that will have them.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 2/16/1999
  • UPC: 057373125632
  • Original Release: 1996
  • Source: EATON ENTERTAINMENT
  • Aspect Ratio: Priced for Rental Market
  • Presentation: Priced for Rental Market
  • Format: VHS

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Kevin Corrigan Wynn Knapp
Lee Holmes Tony Ridge
Steve Parlavecchio Eric Ellwood
Matthew Hennessey Charlie Flagg
Lisa Keller Ann
Lisa Keller Ann
Doug MacMillan Linus Tate
Douglas McCallie Chester Mealy
Sally Nussbaumer Mom
Steph Robinson Dizz
Mary Ellen Williams Helen
Technical Credits
John Schultz Director, Producer, Screenwriter
Greg Kendall Score Composer
Shawn Maurer Cinematographer
John Pace Editor
Alyson Poole Producer
Betzy Reisinger Costumes/Costume Designer
Irina Rivera Production Designer
Michael Shevloff Co-producer
Greg Webb Asst. Director
Knox White Sound/Sound Designer
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