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Spring Break '83
Directed by Mars Callahan
Scott Spiegel
Produced by Mars Callahan
Joy Czerwonky
Written by Mars Callahan
Starring Jamie Kennedy
John Goodman
Martin Spanjers
Joe Pantoliano
Raviv Ullman
Andrew Caldwell
Lee Majors
Morgan Fairchild
Mars Callahan
Joe Piscopo
Sophie Monk
Cinematography David Stump
Editing by Danny Merrit
Distributed by Big Sky Motion Pictures
Release date(s) 2010
Country USA
Language English
Budget $18,000,000

Spring Break '83 is an upcoming Mars Callahan and Scott Spiegel-directed comedy set for a 2010 release.

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Plot

Four friends who were bullied by their graduating high school class seek revenge against the now freshman college students while on Spring break during 1983.

Production

The Screen Actors Guild shut down production in New Orleans, Louisiana on November 16 2007 due to non-payment of actors.[1]

As of February 14 2008, the majority of the extras had still not been paid. The film was scheduled to finish filming in Los Angeles, California in 2008.

Funding for Spring Break '83 apparently used telemarketing sales of dubious 'securities' in several limited liability corporations. On March 6, 2008, the California Department of Corporations served Big Sky Motion Pictures, Spring Break Productions, Rand Chortkoff and Mars Callahan with a 'Desist and Refrain Order' ordering them to 'refrain from the further offer or sale in the State of California of securities, including, but not limited to limited liability company interests in Spring Break '83 Production L.L.C, Spring Break '83 Distribution, L.L.C., or Big Sky Motion Pictures, L.L.C. ... for the protection of investors...' [2]

As of August 26 2008, Big Sky Productions posted a letter on their website from their lawyers to the Louisiana Director of Film and Television that stated all extras had been paid. This proved to be a falsehood, as some extras received checks dated October 28, 2008. [3]

In 2009, Big Sky Motion Pictures hosted a private party in Park City, Utah during the Sundance Film Festival showing a teaser of Spring Break '83.

Final filming for Spring Break '83 took place in March 2009 in the Los Angeles area.[4]

Cast

Actor Role
Jamie Kennedy Ballzack
John Goodman Dick Bender
Martin Spanjers Max
Raviv Ullman Billy
Andrew Caldwell Mouth
Sophie Monk Brittney
Joe Pantoliano Sargeant Coltrane
Lee Majors Carter
Morgan Fairchild Mouth's Mother
Erik Estrada Himself
Robert Davi Dean Whitter
Richard Portnow Dean Martin
Mars Callahan Sargeant Ron
Joe Piscopo Max's Father
Adrian Zmed Billy's Father
Dat Phan Sum Ting Wong
Aviva Heather

References

  1. ^ Brennan David (November 20 2007). "Union shuts down movie". Hammond Daily Star Online. http://www.hammondstar.com/articles/2007/12/21/top_stories/business/9757.txt. Retrieved 2008-04-01.  
  2. ^ State of California - Department of Corporations (March 6 2008). "Spring Break '83; Spring Break '83 Distribution, LLC; Spring Break '83 Production, LLC - Desist & Refrain Order - 03/06/08". State of California - Department of Corporations. http://www.corp.ca.gov/ENF/list/s/default.asp. Retrieved 2008-06-09.  
  3. ^ Big Sky Productions (August 26 2008). "Big Sky Productions letter to Louisiana Director of Film and Television - 08/26/08". Big Sky Productions. http://bigskymotionpictures.com/website/news.html. Retrieved 2008-09-15.  
  4. ^ Big Sky Motion Pictures. "Spring Break '83 final filming". Big Sky Motion Pictures. http://www.bigskymotionpictures.com/website/photos/sb83_finalfilming1/index.html. Retrieved 2009-05-30.  

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