Dad Savage

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Dad Savage
Directed by Betsan Morris Evans
Produced by Robert Jones
Gwynneth Lloyd
Written by Steve Williams
Starring Patrick Stewart
Kevin McKidd
Helen McCrory
Joe McFadden
Marc Warren
Jake Wood
Music by Simon Boswell
Cinematography Gavin Finney
Edited by Guy Bensley
Distributed by PolyGram Filmed Entertainment
Release date
5 June 1998
Running time
104 minutes
Country United Kingdom
Language English
Budget £3,500,000 (estimated)

Dad Savage is a 1998 British film directed by Betsan Morris Evans starring Patrick Stewart as the title character, a tulip plantation owner, quasi-legal entrepreneur and 'cowboy'. The film was tagged as 'a tale of untamed revenge.'

A jeep carrying Dad Savage (Patrick Stewart) and H (Kevin McKidd) crashes through the wall of a deserted farmhouse and lands in the cellar. Of the three people inside the house--Bob (Joe McMadden), Vic (Marc Warren), and Chris (Helen McCrory). Accusing the three of killing his son Sav (Jake Wood), Dad pulls a rifle on them and orders them to talk.


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