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Tenny Fairchild's New Film:
The Good Humor Man:A Tenney Fairchild Film (Cliques don't mix in '76)
Filmed in eighteen days in Los Angeles for under a million bucks, THE GOOD HUMOR MAN is the feature film debut of the directing team of Tenney and Fairchild.
Set in the suburbs in '76, it is the story of Jay Skibness-stoner, vandal, all around mischievous high school sophomore, and the crisis of conscience he must face when his lifelong best friend becomes linked to the death of a youth from another clique.
Does he stay true to his stoner buddies? Does he narc? He moves through this fast paced coming-of-age story aided by Wendy - a beautiful Jockette from the rival clique. They form an unlikely friendship that will change them both forever.
'70's rock guitar legend, Robin Trower scored the film. And Kelsey Grammer anchors a bright young cast that includes Jorge Garcia, from TV's new hit series "Lost", Nathan Stevens, who starred in P.T. Anderson's "Punch Drunk Love", Cameron Richardson from the TV series "Point Pleasant", Jason Segel from "Freaks and Geeks" and pro skateboarder, Jason Dill, the "House Guest" from "The Osbournes".
Kelsey Grammer and Jerry Offsay.
Written and Directed by: Tenney Fairchild
After a few award winning years directing solo, the stars aligned and events conspired for Tenny to become an integral part of the much-acclaimed directing team "Tenney and Fairchild".
Divide and Conquer is a simple way of saying that Tenney's primary focus is to call "action".
Largely responsible for saying "cut".
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