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Rolling Kansas

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Overview

The stoner road movie Rolling Kansas is the writing and directing debut of actor Thomas Haden Church (Lowell from NBC's Wings). The story concerns the Murphy brothers: Gas station attendant and local pot dealer Dave (Jay Paulson), paraplegic student Dink (Sam Huntington), and recently divorced Dick (James Roday). Just when Dick is about to lose his T-shirt-selling business in Texas, the brothers find a treasure map leading to special forest of marijuana in Kansas. Left to them by their late hippie parents, a ...
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Overview

The stoner road movie Rolling Kansas is the writing and directing debut of actor Thomas Haden Church (Lowell from NBC's Wings). The story concerns the Murphy brothers: Gas station attendant and local pot dealer Dave (Jay Paulson), paraplegic student Dink (Sam Huntington), and recently divorced Dick (James Roday). Just when Dick is about to lose his T-shirt-selling business in Texas, the brothers find a treasure map leading to special forest of marijuana in Kansas. Left to them by their late hippie parents, a plentiful supply to sell could answer their various financial problems. This sends the three brothers on a road trip in a junky car, accompanied by Dave's upbeat co-worker, Kevin (Charlie Finn), and Dink's useful roommate, Hunter (Ryan McDow). Rip Torn makes a cameo as a horticulturist while Church appears as a cop and a DEA agent (along with comedian Kevin Pollak). Rolling Kansas premiered at the 2003 Sundance Film Festival.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 8/17/2004
  • UPC: 723952076854
  • Original Release: 2002
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  • Source: Monarch Video
  • Time: 1:29:00
  • Format: DVD

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Charlie Finn Kevin Haub
Sam Huntington Dinkadoo Murphy
Ryan McDow Hunter Bullette
Jay Paulson Dave Murphy
James Roday Dick Murphy
Rip Torn Oldman
Technical Credits
Thomas Haden Church Director, Screenwriter
Sandra Adair Editor
Paul Brooks Producer
Ed Cathell III Co-producer
David Denney Screenwriter
Felicia Fasano Casting
Randy Gerston Musical Direction/Supervision
Barbara Haberecht Production Designer
Nathan Hope Cinematographer
Lee Hunsaker Costumes/Costume Designer
Larry Katz Producer
Jeff Levine Producer
Kerry Li Producer
Larry Madaras Editor
Anthony Marinelli Score Composer
Mary Vernieu Casting
Norm Waitt Executive Producer
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Scene Index

Side #1 --
1. Open [3:26]
2. Goofy Boots [5:37]
3. The Shitty Plan [3:46]
4. On the Road [4:42]
5. I Love Marbles [6:05]
6. Thats an Icee Cold Beer [4:18]
7. The Poon Saloon [4:52]
8. Better Luck Next Year [5:23]
9. I Know So [5:27]
10. This Is My Life [3:44]
11. Old Man [4:01]
12. Let Me Out Here [8:16]
13. State Line [4:02]
14. Let's Go Home [4:17]
15. Pack Up the Merchandise [9:30]
16. I Was Wrong [2:38]
17. The Aftermath [1:54]
18. Credits [5:12]
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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    If you want to laugh watch this

    Best movie this year maybe the century. If you wanna laugh tonite do your self a favor and buy this movie.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Very Funny

    Funniest movie I've seen since 'Oh Brother Where Art Thou'.

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