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"American Boyfriends" is a 1989 Canadian comedy-drama film, and the sequel to My American Cousin. As before, it was written and directed by Sandy Wilson. Margaret Langrick and John Wildman reprise their roles as Sandy Wilcox and Butch Walker respectively.
- country: Canada
- language: English Language
- cinematography by Brenton Spencer
- music by Paul Hyde
- genres: Comedy-drama, Romance Film, Comedy, Drama
- tagline: In 1965 everyone was dreaming of california...
- released on (25 years ago)
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Hollywood North (2002)
The Feature Film Industry in British Columbia by Mike Gasher
Far less forgiving than the original film, American Boyfriends is a critique less of the United States than of Canadian delusions about "America." The Lotus Eaters demonstrates that you don't have to be an adolescent to indulge in adolescent ...
by James Michael Welsh, Donald M. Whaley
“Le Ly had five or six American boyfriends and husbands. We didn't have time to do that in the story, so we are combining the character.
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