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The Slaughter Rule

Duration:
112 min
Genres:
Drama | Sport
IMDB rate:
6.1
Director:
Alex Smith
Awards:
2 wins & 2 nominations
Details
Country: USA
Filming Locations: Centerville, Montana, USA
Earnings
Budget: $500,000
Opening Weekend: $1,461 (USA) (12 January 2003)
Gross: $13,134 (USA) (30 March 2003)
Cast
Actor
Character
Amy Adams
The Slaughter Rule
Ryan Gosling
Roy Chutney
David Morse
Gideon Ferguson
Clea DuVall
Skyla Sisco
David Cale
Studebaker
Eddie Spears
Tracy Two Dogs
Kelly Lynch
Evangeline Chutney
Ken White
Russ Colfax
Noah Watts
Waylon Walks Along
Kim DeLong
Lem Axelrod
Geraldine Keams
Gretchen Two Dogs
Douglas Sebern
Uncle Peyton
Cody Harvey
Coach Motlow
Melkon Andonian
Devo
J.P. Gabriel
Jute
Chris Offutt
Charlie
John Henry Marshall
Matt Kibbs (as John Henry Marshall III)
Juliana F. Clayton
Fran
Volley Reed
Forfeit Referee (as Volley 'Punk' Reid)
H.A. Smith
Slick Higgins
Michael Mahony
Nelson Chutney
Alison Tatlock
Jolene Chutney
Betty Ann Conard
Jailer
Michael Dunlap
Football Announcer
Wylie Gustafson
Wylie
Perle Weissman
Keno Lady
David Wiater
Male Nurse
Tim Boggs
Renegade
Matt Cornelius
Renegade
Nate McClure
Renegade
Matt Pipinich
Renegade
Paul Pipinich
Renegade
Jesse Sidor
Renegade
Michael Smart
Renegade
Ben Snipes
Renegade
Miles Gravage
Tyke (uncredited)
Philip Heron
Stumpy (uncredited)
Did you know?
Trivia
Screenplay was developed in the Sundance Lab.
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Some of the songs referenced by Gid and/or Floyd throughout the movie include "Ragged But Right" by Riley Puckett 1934"Nothing But Trouble" by Lonnie Johnson 1929"Cash On The Barrelhead" by The Louvin Brothers 1954"Rank Stranger" by Albert E. Brumley 1954"Will Jesus Wash The Bloodstains From Your Hands?" by Hazel Dickens 1964"Straighten Up And Fly Right" by The Nat King Cole Trio 1949"Wayfaring Pilgrim" by Almeda Riddle 1932 Gid also references "Drifting Too Far From The Shore" and "Going Back To Jericho" during the ice fishing scene but he doesn't state an artist or year. There is a deleted scene in which Floyd references "I Ain't Drunk, I Am Just Drinkng" by Jimmy Liggins but Gid interrupts him before he can state the year.
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Quotes
Roy Chutney: My father told me if I was hard enough, I wouldn't break. He lied. Everything breaks.
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