Butcher and the Housewife Festival Screenings:
Opening Night Selection - Rhode Island International Film Festival
Winner - Best Comedy Short - Houston International Film Festival
Winner - Audience Award - Frederick Film Festival
Premiered at the 2005 Gen Art Film Festival. Screened at the Seattle
International Film Festival, Southside Film Festival and Hygenic Film
Festival in Connecticut.
"Rock You Like A Hurricane" to "Send Me an Angel,"
The Butcher and the Housewife is a fun, over-the-top musical
featuring the music of The Scorpions.
The film tells the story of two of Allentowns loneliest: Beverly
and Pete. Beverly is stuck in a loveless marriage. The only thing she
looks forward to each day is going to Aharts, the local grocery
store, where she stocks up on ground beef, bacon, and mischievous glances
from Pete, the butcher.
The Butcher and the Housewife features an incredible cast, including
dancing housewives, baggers, and scanners.
Jeffrey Paul Bobrick
Featured Perky Housewife:
2nd Asst. Camera:
2nd Asst. Director:
Lehigh Valley Film Council Rep.:
Emmanuels Hands Rep.:
Special Thanks: George Ahart, Thomas Koze, Joe and
Nancy Nichtway, Heather Nguyen, David and Lynda Setton, Greg and
Kathy Turk, and Rich Wilkinson