Down Under the Big Top
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|Down Under the Big Top|
|Produced by||Steve Taylor|
|Written by||Steve Taylor|
Star Song Moving Pictures
|Distributed by||Star Song Moving Pictures|
Down Under the Big Top is a 1996 American movie. It is the Newsboys' first feature film and was released as a direct-to-video title. The film also represents the first screenplay ever written by director Steve Taylor.
When the band inherits a minor league circus on the verge of bankruptcy, they formulate a plan to put on one final show.
- John James as Himself, Lead Vocalist
- Peter Furler as Himself, Drummer/Vocals
- Phil Joel as Himself, Bassist/Vocals
- Jody Davis as Himself, Guitarist/Vocals
- Duncan Phillips as Himself, Percussionist
- Jeff Frankenstein as Himself, Keyboardist
- Mark Lowry as Commercial Director
- Steve Taylor as Himself
- Gary Chapman as Clergy
- Phil Madeira as Hack the Clown
- Greg Menza as Sack the Clown
- Amy Glass as Darlene
- Becky Glass as Carlene
- Robert Granger as Mongo
- Ben Pearson as Uncle Luigi
- Russ Long as "Free Bird" the Stagehand
- Gregg Jampol as Weight-loss ad guy
- "Take Me To Your Leader"
- Seaman, David (October 21, 2013). "Newsboys keyboardist and bassist talks about upcoming concert, new album and Christian music scene". The Echo. Retrieved March 6, 2014.
- Price, Deborah Evans (August 18, 1996). "Newsboys Enter Film Circus in 'Down Under the Big Top'". Billboard. Retrieved March 4, 2014.
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