Ten for Grandpa

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Ten for Grandpa
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Theatrical Poster
Directed byDoug Karr
Produced byEddie Boyce
Heather K. Dahlstrom
Patrick Hagarty
Doug Karr
Written byDoug Karr
StarringDavid Huband
Catherine Black
Narrated byDavid Alpay
CinematographyGuy Godfree
Release date
  • January 17, 2009 (2009-01-17) (Sundance)

Ten for Grandpa is a 2009 film written and directed Doug Karr, starring David Huband, Catherine Black, and narrated by David Alpay. Filmed in Toronto for the Bravo! network, the film explores the convoluted past of Karr's own Grandfather. It was a co-production between Chop Wood Carry Water and Torch-Head Productions.


David Karr, husband, father, White House press reporter, film producer, powerful millionaire, defense contractor, Corporate CEO, renaissance businessman... Soviet agent? A fast-paced, introspective look at the enigmatic life of a most influential ancestor. A clear-eyed, comedic take on the life of this complex character and the events surrounding his untimely demise, the film reaches to understand the forces that push an individual to immerse himself in a nefarious web of danger and infamy.


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