Liar's Moon

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Liar's Moon
Liars Moon - 1982 - poster.jpg
1982 Theatrical Poster
Directed by David Fisher
Produced by Don P. Behrns
Written by David Fisher
Starring Matt Dillon
Cindy Fisher
Christopher Connelly
Music by Ray Benson
Cinematography John Hora
Edited by Christopher Greenbury
Production
  company
Crown International Pictures
Release date(s) September 1982
Running time 106 min
Country United States
Language English

Liar's Moon is a 1982 film directed by David Andrew Fisher and starring Matt Dillon, Cindy Fisher, Yvonne DeCarlo, and Hoyt Axton.

Synopsis[edit]

It is the story of two starcrossed lovers in 1940s Texas; a working boy and the banker's daughter, who elope to much strife. Texas band Asleep At The Wheel provided the soundtrack.

In East Texas, the summer after high school, Jack falls in love with Ginny, the daughter of the town's banker (Jack's mom's high school sweetheart). Ginny's been at boarding school; she's headed for Vassar. Over her father's strenuous objections, she spends time with Jack. At summer's end, Jack and Ginny elope to Louisiana (where 17-year-olds can marry without their parents' permission), and he gets a job in the oil fields. Her dad hires a menacing private eye to find them, Ginny's pregnant, her town doctor gives her horrible news, and Jack's mom has her own agenda. It seems that Jack and Ginny have grown up under a liar's moon. What will these sweethearts do?

Cast[edit]

Production notes[edit]

Filmed in and around Houston, Texas. Broderick Crawford's last film after 45 years. One of Matt Dillon's earliest screen personas. Liar's Moon was choreographed by Patsy Swayze.[1]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Kelly, Devin (2013-09-18). "Patsy Swayze, mother of Patrick Swayze, dies at 86". Los Angeles Times. Retrieved 2013-10-06. 

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