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A well made, very rare, out of print movie now available on DVD.
A boy from Pawtucket, Rhode Island, caught up in the drug scene of the mid-70s, gets in trouble one too many times with the law. To stave off a jail term, his father arranges for him to be placed into a prep school in Cornwall, Connecticut.
Timothy "Dildo/Dunph" Dunphy (Shawn Hatosy), is in the Class of 1974 in his high school senior year living in Pawtucket, Rhode Island, comes from a troubled single parent working-class family, and is friends with those that have aspirations which do not exceed smoking marijuana at the water tower that has a view of the town. His father, Pat (Alec Baldwin), suffers from his wife committing suicide and appears naïve when the boys come back to the Dunphy's house to get a bong. A regularly held poker game is in progress. Pat insists that the boys be respectful and come in to say hello. The boys' intention is undetected by Pat that they are using drugs when Dunph's wheelchair-using younger brother, Jackie (Tommy Bone), attempts to hand off the bong wrapped in Dunph's coat. It falls to the floor. Jackie suggests that it is a musical horn which Pat's friend, Joey (George Wendt), asks Dunph to demonstrate, only able to make sounds about which Pat is dismissive. Pat's friends chuckle at Pat's reaction. Off the boys go on their adventures…
Shawn Hatosy ... Tim Dunphy
Alec Baldwin ... Old Man Dunphy
Amy Smart ... Jane Weston
Tommy Bone ... Jackie Dunphy
George Wendt ... Joey
Samantha Lavigne ... 'Clops'
Jonathan Brandis ... Mousy
Adam LaVorgna ... Tommy the Wire
Jesse Leach ... Decenz
Jon Abrahams ... Drugs Delaney
Richard Jenkins ... Barney
Mike Cerrone ... Caveech
Year Released: 1999 - Running Time: 96 min - Language: English
Genre: Comedy, Drama, Romance
Video & Audio: 9 out of 10
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