FDR: American Badass
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Credits
Title: FDR: American Badass
Directed by: Garrett Brawith
Written by: Ross Patterson
Produced by: Brandon Bonfiglio; Garrett Brawith; Tristan Drew; Paloma Felisberto; J.P. McMahon; Ross Patterson; Ivan Victor; Jim Kehoe; Marshall Plante; Kevin Sorbo; Adam Beamer; Erik Tukey; Jimmy Williams; Chip Mefford
Music by: Peter Bateman; Shay Raviv
Cinematography: Evan Pesses
Edited by: Adam Beamer
Production
Distributed by: A Common Thread
Street Justice Films
Released: September 24th, 2012
Rating: R
Running time: 93 min.
Country: USA
Language: English
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FDR: American Badass is an American independent film of the action and comedy genres, that incorporates elements of the horror genre in the form of werewolf lore. It was directed by Garrett Brawith with a script written by Ross Patterson. It was produced by A Common Thread and Street Justice Films and premiered on September 24th, 2012. The movie stars Barry Bostwick as U.S. President Franklin Delano Roosevelt with Lin Shaye as his wife, Eleanor Roosevelt. Ray Wise plays the role of Douglas MacArthur with Bruce McGill as Louis. Former Hercules & Andromeda star Kevin Sorbo has a brief appearance in the film as Abraham Lincoln. The basic premise of the movie involves werewolves who have taken control of the Third Reich during World War II, and it is up to President Roosevelt to put a stop to the hirsute Nazis - at any cost.

Cast[edit | edit source]

Notes & Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • The tagline for this film is "What has two wheels and kills werewolves? ... This guy".
  • This movie has been made available for free instant streaming on Amazon.com for members with an Amazon Prime account.
  • There are a total of twenty-six credited crew members in this film.

What else have they done?[edit | edit source]

  • Actor Ahmed Best is best known for playing the role of Jar Jar Binks in the Star Wars prequel trilogy.

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Keywords[edit | edit source]

1930s; 1931; 1932; 1940s; American; Berlin; Georgia; Germany; Gunshot victims; Heart ripped out; Manhattan; Nazis; New York; New York City; Ohio; Rifle; Shot in the head; Washington, D.C.; Werewolves; White House; World War II

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