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"American Cowslip" is the title of an independent feature film by director Mark David. It revolves around heroin addict, Ethan Inglebrink, whose life is centered on his garden and his group of eccentric friends. American Cowslip is David's third film, following his debut, Sweet Thing, and his second, acclaimed feature, Intoxicating.
- country: United States of America
- language: English Language
- producers: Tony Hewett, Mark David, Steve Blevins
- executive producers: Alfred Mitchell, Nesim Hason, Stefan Jacobs, Daniel Wood, Justin Kim, Livingston Webb, Steve Daly & Matthew Hobbs
- production design by Gabor Norman
- art direction by Peter Tahoe & Alan Atwood
- written by Mark David, Ronnie Gene Blevins, Christopher Morrison
- Ronnie Gene Blevins as Ethan Inglebrink
- Diane Ladd as Roe
- Rip Torn as Trevor O'Hart
- Cloris Leachman as Sandy
- Val Kilmer as Todd Inglebrink
- Peter Falk as Father Randolph
- Bruce Dern as Cliff
- Priscilla Barnes as Samantha
- Hanna R. Hall as Georgia
- Blake Clark as Grimes
- Paula Broussard as Overweight Jogger
- D.W. Brown as Kenneth Englebrink
- Art Chudabala as Rolo
- Erik Fellows as Rourke
- Marcos Ferraez as Johnny Eyelash
- casting by Mark Tillman
- cinematography by Mark David
- edited by Mark David & Jonathan Lucas
- music by Mark David, Joseph Blaustein
- genres: Black comedy, Indie film, Comedy
- rating: R (USA)
- released on (5 years ago)
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The name American Cowslip is a decided improvement. The old English names for the plant are Mare-blobs,* or Mare-blebs, Water-blobs, Meadow Bouts, f Water Bouts. These names all refer to the yellow flowers and buds, which resemble ...
A Scientific and Popular Treasury of Useful Knowledge by Frederick Augustus Porter Barnard
American cowslip is a common name of the [lodeccitheon Meadin, aglant of the ...
Applied in England and Among English-speaking People to Cultivated and Wild Plants, Trees, and Shrubs by William Miller
American Cowslip elegans. Elegant-flowered American Cowslip integrifolium. Entire-leaved American Cowslip Jeffreyanum. Giant American Cowslip ...
by Carole J. Skelly
AMERICAN COWSLIP:See MARIGOLDand COWSLIP. AMERICAN CRANESBILL: See GERANIUM. AMERICAN CRESS: See ROCKET ...
The Gardeners Dictionary (1754)
Containing the Methods of Cultivating and Improving All Sorts of Trees, Plants, and Flowers, for the Kitchen, Fruit and Pleasure Gardens; as Also Those which are Used in Medicine, with Directions for the Culture of Vineyards, and Making of Wine in England. In which Likewsie are Included the Practical Parts of Husbandry by Philip Miller
MEADIA, The American Cowslip, vulgo. The CharaBers are ; The Empalemcnt is of out Leaf, which is cut into five o-ual Se&ions, which are re flexed: the Flower is also of one Leaf, which is deeply cut into five SeBions : thefe are also re- flexed ...
by William H Steer
Amaranthus 18 American Cowslip AMARANTHUS (Love-lies-bleeding, Prince's Feather). H.H.A.; 24 in. ; variegated foliage plant ; late summer. Easily raised from seed sown in March in gentle heat. Love-lies- bleeding is a fine variety, 2 ft., ...
The Household Encyclopaedia of Business and Social Forms Embracing the Laws of Etiquette and Good Society ... (1884)
Being a Practical Guide to the Preparation of Business and Legal Documents ... Enriched with Full and Carefully Prepared Tables of Reference Containing Important Historical, Biographical, Geographical, Scientific and Other Useful Knowledge ... Forming a Complete and Comprehensive Book of Reference ...
American Cowslip. . ..Divine beauty. American Elm Patriotism. American Linden Matrimony. American Starwort.
The Gardeners' Dictionary, Describing the Plants, Fruits, and Vegetables Desirable for the Garden and Explaining the Terms and Operations Employed in Their Cultivation (1875)
American Cowslip. Dodeca'theon. American Cranberry. Oxycv'ccut macroca'rpus. Soil light, and occasionally manured with rotten leaves. Peat has been considered indispensable by some cultivators ; but we much question whether this be ...
by Cottage gardener
American Cowslip. Dodeca 'them. American Cranberry. Oxyco'ccus macroca'rpus . Soil light, and occasionally manured with rotten leaves. Peat has been considered indispensable by some cultivators ; but we much question whether this be ...
by Walter P. Wright
American Cowslip.—See Dodecatheon. American Cress.—See Kitchen Garden– Salads. Ampelopsis, Virginian Creeper (ampelöp-sis, from ampelos, a vine, and opsis, resemblance. Ord. Ampelideae).-The common Virginian Creeper, ...
Nez Perce Dictionary (1994)
by Haruo Aoki
a basket cap qocqocnim li-ckaw name of a flower known as "shooting star," American cowslip, dodecatheon, birdbill (plant): " meadowlark's basket cap". Cf. similarly poetic Sahaptin lcwaylcway-nmi nusnu ...
Perennialsmall Dodecatheon dentatum X TooThed american cowSliP This clump - forming perennial makes rosettes of oval, mid-green leaves and, in late spring, slim stems of nodding white flowers, with swept-back petals. grow it between ...
by George A. Burdock
is a member of the family Hellebo- raceae which includes the western marsh-marigold and marsh marigold (American cowslip). Helleboraceae also ...
by John Christopher Willis, Herbert Kenneth Airy Shaw
(American cowslip). Dodonaea L. Sapindaceae (11). 50 trop., esp. Austr. Doellingeria Nees (Aster L. p.p.).
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