Eldorado (2012 film)
|Directed by||Richard Driscoll|
|Produced by||Keith Howell|
|Written by||Richard Driscoll|
|Narrated by||Peter O'Toole|
|Music by||Buster Bloodvessel
|Edited by||Robert James|
|Distributed by||Sole Worldwide Rights Breakdown Films Ltd|
|Budget||$3.85 million* (*originally claimed to be $15 million)|
Eldorado is a British horror-comedy film written and directed by Richard Driscoll and stars Daryl Hannah, David Carradine, and Michael Madsen. It also stars Brigitte Nielsen, Kerry Washington, Jeff Fahey, Steve Guttenberg and Bill Moseley. The film has been described as a horror/comedy/musical road movie.
- Daryl Hannah as The Stranger
- David Carradine as The Spirit Guide
- Darren Morgan as Stanley "Stan" Rosenblum
- Richard Driscoll as Oliver "Ollie" Rosenblum
- Peter O'Toole as Narrator
- Jeff Fahey as Doc Martin
- Michael Madsen as Ted
- Patrick Bergin as Roy
- Brigitte Nielsen as Angel
- Steve Guttenberg as JJ
- Kerry Washington as Tamara
- Rik Mayall as Chef Mario
- Sylvester McCoy as General Zwick
- Tyrese Gibson as David
- Bill Moseley as Lemma
- Robert Llewellyn as Meat
- Buster Bloodvessel as The Sheriff
On 5 June 2013 it was revealed in the British media that the director had funded the film by filing false VAT tax returns to the British government. Driscoll is alleged to have falsely claimed the movie's budget to be $15 million, the figure was actually only $1.5 million, boosted by a further $2.35 million defrauded from HMRC.
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