|Directed by||Thomas Haden Church|
|Produced by||Paul Brooks
Ed Cathell III
|Written by||Thomas Haden Church
|Music by||Anthony Marinelli|
|Edited by||Sandra Adair|
Rolling Kansas is about five men (a t-shirt salesman, his two brothers, a large narcoleptic nursing student, and a dim-witted gas station attendant) who embark on a journey to find a secret government marijuana field in Kansas that was discovered on a map that three of the young men's parents left for them (known as the Hippies Murphy). On the way, they encounter cops, crazy geese, strippers, and a crazy old man played by Rip Torn.
It was filmed in Lockhart, Texas.
- James Roday ...Dick Murphy
- Sam Huntington ...Dinkadoo Murphy
- Jay Paulson ...Dave Murphy
- Charlie Finn ...Kevin Haub
- Ryan McDow...Hunter Bullette
- Rip Torn ...Oldman
- Thomas Haden Church ...Agent Madsen/Trooper (uncredited)
- Kevin Pollak ...Agent Brinkley (uncredited)
Soundtrack album details
- "Ride With Yourself" – Rhino Bucket
- "Mindrocker" – Fenwyck
- "Marseilles" – Angel City
- "Beat to Death Like a Dog" – Rhino Bucket
- "I Was Told" – Rhino Bucket
- "Alabama Sky" – The Dusky Picks
- "No Friend of Mine" – Rhino Bucket
- "One Night Stand" – Rhino Bucket
- "Ebony Eyes" – Bob Welch
- "She Rides" – Rhino Bucket
- "Train Ride" – Rhino Bucket
- "Golden Ball and Chain" – Jason & the Scorchers
- The map route suggests that the characters' hometown "somewhere in Texas" is Denton (though that city was not used as a shooting location). Director/co-writer Church attended college there, at University of North Texas.
- Andrea LeVasseur. "Rolling Kansas (2002) Directed by Thomas Haden Church". AllMovie. Retrieved 4 November 2015.
- Scott Foundas (20 February 2003). "Review: 'Rolling Kansas'". Variety (magazine). Retrieved 4 November 2015.
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