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Daltry Calhoun
     

Daltry Calhoun

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Director: Katrina Holden Bronson

Cast: Johnny Knoxville, Juliette Lewis, Elizabeth Banks

 

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When seed and sod entrepreneur Daltry Calhoun's (Johnny Knoxville) abandoned ex-girlfriend shows up on his doorstep with the daughter he never knew he had, the reformed ladies' man finds out that you can never truly escape your past -- even when it seems you may have no future. Calhoun is a local celebrity and self-made entrepreneur who made a name for himself by

Overview

When seed and sod entrepreneur Daltry Calhoun's (Johnny Knoxville) abandoned ex-girlfriend shows up on his doorstep with the daughter he never knew he had, the reformed ladies' man finds out that you can never truly escape your past -- even when it seems you may have no future. Calhoun is a local celebrity and self-made entrepreneur who made a name for himself by selling locally produced turf that blankets many of the nation's most exclusive golf courses, and his quirky television spots have won the hearts of television viewers across Ducktown, TN. When Daltry's ex-girlfriend May (Elizabeth Banks) arrives unannounced with talented teenage daughter June (Sophie Traub) in tow, she confides that her terminal illness has forced her to seek him out in hopes that he can care for their daughter after she is gone. Despite the early success of Daltry's business and the popularity of his kitschy commercials, things have been looking rather grim lately and Daltry has begun liquidating his assets in hopes of keeping his head above water. Though smitten shopkeeper Flora (Juliette Lewis) has offered financial help to Daltry, the kindly offers have fallen on deaf ears. Now, with the odds weighing heavily against him, Daltry vows to make up for lost time by doing right in the eyes of his family and community and caring for his daughter while getting his business back on track.

Product Details

Release Date:
02/07/2006
UPC:
0786936694178
Original Release:
2005
Rating:
PG13
Source:
Miramax
Region Code:
1
Time:
1:33:00

Special Features

Bloopers ; Deleted scenes; Feature commentary; Hollywood comes to Tennessee: The Making of Daltry Calhoun; Blue mother tupelo's "Put Your Head On My Shoulder" music video; The B team; Theatrical trailer

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Johnny Knoxville Daltry Calhoun
Juliette Lewis Flora
Elizabeth Banks May
Kick Gurry Frankie
David Koechner Doyle Earl
Sophie Traub June
Andrew Prince Actor
Beth Grant Actor
James Parks Actor
Matthew Sharp Actor

Technical Credits
Katrina Holden Bronson Director,Screenwriter
Anastasia Brown Musical Direction/Supervision
Lori Dovi Sound/Sound Designer
Mynka Draper Costumes/Costume Designer
Tracey Gallagher Production Designer
Matthew T. Irving Cinematographer
Sheila Jaffe Casting
Todd King Co-producer
Nicholas Lee Asst. Director
Meg Morman Casting
Howard Paar Musical Direction/Supervision
Daniel R. Padgett Editor
Adele Plauche Set Decoration/Design
Danielle Renfrew Producer
Danielle Renfrew Producer
Erica Steinberg Executive Producer
John Swihart Score Composer
Quentin Tarantino Executive Producer

Scene Index

Disc #1 -- Daltry Calhoun
1. Daltry's Departure [:00]
2. May & June [:00]
3. Frankie & Flora [:00]
4. Righting Wrongs [:00]
5. Ain't That Different [6:44]
6. Relationships Clarified [8:38]
7. Saying Goodbye [8:57]
8. Just Let Me In [9:07]
9. You're a Kid [6:30]
10. A Zen Game [6:09]
11. Presentation Counts [4:39]
12. Victory Swing [1:16]
13. Conclusion & Credits [7:46]

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Daltry Calhoun 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This great movie is seen throuth the eyes, or narrated by June "Sophie Traub" a 14 year old girl that has come to Duckland with her mother not really knowing why , but finding out later she was brought there to meet her father that she never knew Daltry Calhoun "Johnny Knoxville" a sod growing tycoon. All I can say beyond this is that this movie is acted out supremely by Knoxville, like I have never seen. He actually shows tenderness in this movie. There are turns in this movie, and a sad, heartwarming end including Juliette Lewis as Flora, Johnnies potential love interest.The real star is Sophie Traub, who plays June his 14 year old newly found daughter growing up fast that is starting to face adulthood. Its definately a must see.