Hell and Mr. Fudge
|Hell and Mr. Fudge|
|Directed by||Jeff Wood|
|Produced by||Jeff Wood|
|Written by||Donald Davenport|
|Music by||Lee Holdridge|
|Distributed by||Flame Out Production|
Hell and Mr. Fudge is an 2012 American drama film directed by Jeff Wood and written by Donald Davenport. Based on a true story, the film stars Mackenzie Astin as Edward Fudge, an Alabama preacher who has been hired to determine the nature of hell.
- Mackenzie Astin as Edward Fudge
- Cody Sullivan as young Edward
- Keri Lynn Pratt as Sarah Fudge
- John Wesley Shipp as Bennie Lee Fudge
- Eileen Davidson as Sibyl Fudge
- Wes Robertson as Joe Mark
- Trevor Allen Martin as young Joe
- Helen Ingebritsen as Mrs. Herne
- Christian Fortune as Davy Hollis
- Sean McGowan as Don Haloway
- Tom Hillmann as Simon Clarage
In April 2012, the film garnered a Platinum award in the "Christian theatrical feature film" category at the Worldfest-Houston International Film Festival. The film's producers subsequently sought a distributor for a wider release.
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