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Dill Scallion is a 1999 feature film mockumentary that follows the rise and fall of a country-western singer, Dill Scallion ().
|Directed by||Jordan Brady|
|Produced by||Joe Blake|
|Written by||Jordan Brady|
|Music by||Sheryl Crow|
|Edited by||Sam Citron|
Brady Oil Entertainment
|Distributed by||The Asylum|
|March 11, 1999|
It was written and directed by Jordan Brady. It is best known for its eclectic cast including Lauren Graham, Kathy Griffin, David Koechner, Henry Winkler, Dave "Gruber" Allen, Wayne Federman, Jason Priestley, Robert Wagner, Dana Gould, Peter Berg, Michael Rodgers, Rachel Grate, and Spencer Garrett, as well as cameos from country western singers LeAnn Rimes, Travis Tritt, and Willie Nelson. Michael Rodgers and Sheryl Crow wrote most of the music for the film.
The film was released in 1999 only on VHS and a collectors edition was released on DVD in 2000.
- Billy Burke as Dill Scallion
- Lauren Graham as Kristie Sue
- Kathy Griffin as Tina
- David Koechner as Bubba Pearl
- Henry Winkler as Larry Steinberg
- Dave "Gruber" Allen as Slim
- Wayne Federman as Doc
- Jason Priestley as Jo Joe Hicks
- Robert Wagner as Mr. Llama
- Dana Gould as Ernie the Emcee
- Peter Berg as Nate Clumson