Eight Days a Week (film)

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Eight Days a Week
Eight Days a Week Poster.jpg
Theatrical release poster
Directed by Michael Davis
Produced by Martin Cutler
Michael Davis
Gary Preisler
Written by Michael Davis
Starring Joshua Schaefer
Keri Russell
R. D. Robb
Johnny Green
Catherine Hicks
Narrated by Joshua Schaefer
Music by Kevin Bassinson
Cinematography James Lawrence Spencer
Edited by David Carkhuff
Production
  company
Underdog Productions
Distributed by Legacy Releasing Corporation
Release date(s)
  • February 26, 1999 (1999-02-26) (United States)
  • October 9, 1999 (1999-10-09) (France/Germany)
Running time 92 minutes
Country United States
Language English

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".

Plot[edit]

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[edit]

  • 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

Produced by

Martin Cutler .... producer Gerri Daniels .... associate producer Michael Davis .... Producer

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