The Corndog Man

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Noble Willingham stars as Ace Barker, a duplicitous redneck whose ugly past starts to catch up with him in The Corndog Man. Ace is a boat salesman, and one of the best in his part of South Carolina. One day, he gets a phone call from someone who claims to be in the market for a boat, but before long it's obvious that this caller isn't interested in a day on the water and actually harbors ill will against Ace. It seems that despite his salesman's exterior, Barker is a vicious coward with a racist streak, and he ...
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Noble Willingham stars as Ace Barker, a duplicitous redneck whose ugly past starts to catch up with him in The Corndog Man. Ace is a boat salesman, and one of the best in his part of South Carolina. One day, he gets a phone call from someone who claims to be in the market for a boat, but before long it's obvious that this caller isn't interested in a day on the water and actually harbors ill will against Ace. It seems that despite his salesman's exterior, Barker is a vicious coward with a racist streak, and he turned his back on a black friend who needed help while in the Army. Barker's new stalker isn't about to let him forget this -- and he also knows about a few of Barker's more recent sexual indiscretions. Ace's nemesis is played by Jim Holmes, who also co-wrote the script with Andrew Shea (who also directed) and David Steen.
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Special Features

Promo trailer; Every Dog Has His Day featurette; Director's commentary
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 9/28/2004
  • UPC: 658769435337
  • Original Release: 1999
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  • Source: Vanguard Cinema
  • Time: 1:23:00
  • Format: DVD

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Noble Willingham Ace Barker
Jim Holmes
Technical Credits
Andrew Shea Director, Editor, Producer, Screenwriter
David Bridges Cinematographer
Elliot Easton Musical Direction/Supervision
Jim Holmes Producer, Screenwriter
Karen Keyes Costumes/Costume Designer
James J. Melino Executive Producer
Kjehl Rasmussen Executive Producer
Rusty Smith Production Designer
David Steen Producer, Screenwriter
P.J. Suttle Makeup
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Scene Index

Side #1 --
1. C Dog Rolls [12:38]
2. Sales Pitch [8:17]
3. Be Your Friend [11:52]
4. Dear Daddy [10:41]
5. Breaking Point [10:02]
6. Shake It Loose [8:02]
7. Pearod Barker [7:04]
8. It All Comes Back [14:48]
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Menu

Side #1 --
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   Chapters
   Extras
      Promo Trailer
      Featurette: Every Dog Has His Day
      Commentary by Andrew Shea and Jim Holmes: On
      Commentary by Andrew Shea and Jim Holmes: Off
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