American Boyfriends

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American Boyfriends
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Theatrical release poster
Directed by Sandy Wilson
Produced by Sandy Wilson
Steven DeNure
Written by Sandy Wilson
Starring Margaret Langrick
John Wildman
Jason Blicker
Liisa Repo-Martell
Delia Breit
Music by Terry Frewer
Paul Hyde
Cinematography Brenton Spencer
Editing by Lara Mazur
Distributed by CBS Films
Release dates September 11, 1989
Running time 90 minutes
Country Canada
Language English

American Boyfriends is a 1989 Canadian comedy-drama film, and the sequel to My American Cousin (1985). As before, it was written and directed by Sandy Wilson. Margaret Langrick and John Wildman reprise their roles as Sandy Wilcox and Butch Walker respectively.

The soundtrack for this film contains songs by a number of popular Canadian music groups of the era including Barney Bentall and the Legendary Hearts, Colin James, Sass Jordan, Spirit of the West and BTO.[1] The soundtrack was released on CD by Penta Records.

Awards[edit]

The film was nominated for "Best Original Song" ("Restless Dreamer" by Barney Bentall and the Legendary Hearts) and "Best Sound Editing" (as was the first film) at the 11th Genie Awards.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "American Boyfriends soundtrack". Retrieved 2012-08-06. 
  • The official movie poster

External links[edit]