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Eight Days a Week (film)

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Language  English
6.2/10 IMDb

Director  Michael Davis
Country  United States
Eight Days a Week (film) movie poster
Release date  February 26, 1999 (1999-02-26) (United States) October 9, 1999 (1999-10-09) (France/Germany)
Tagline  He Came. He Sat. He Conquered.

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Eight Days a Week is a 1997 comedy film written and directed by Michael Davis. The title is taken from the Beatles song of the same name. The film features Dishwalla's 1996 hit "Counting Blue Cars".

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Plot

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Peter (Joshua Schaefer) is infatuated with his childhood friend and next-door neighbor Erica (Keri Russell). Based on advice from his grandfather, Peter decides to camp on Erica's lawn until she realizes that she loves him. During his summer-long wait, he frequently comments on their neighborhood.

Cast

  • Joshua Schaefer as Peter
  • Keri Russell as Erica
  • R.D. Robb as Matt, Peter’s best friend
  • Mark Taylor as Peter’s father
  • Marcia Shapiro as Marge, Peter’s mother
  • Johnny Green as Nick, Erica’s boyfriend
  • Buck Kartalian as Nonno, Marge’s dad
  • Catherine Hicks as Ms. Lewis
  • Patrick O'Brien as Erica’s father
  • Darleen Carr as Erica’s mother
  • Biff Manard as the Sad Man
  • Annie O'Donnell as Sad Man’s Wife
  • Ernestine Mercer as Crazy Lady
  • Bill Hollis as Mr. Hatfield
  • Jean Pflieger as Ms. McCoy
  • Hunter Phoenix as Angela Hamilton
  • References

    Eight Days a Week (film) Wikipedia
    Eight Days a Week (film) IMDb Eight Days a Week (film) themoviedb.org


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