The Apprenticeship of Duddy Kravitz (1974) Richard Dreyfuss, Jack Warden
Duddy Kravitz (Richard Dreyfuss) lives in the shadow of his brother, whom his father, Max (Jack Warden), and his Uncle Benjy (Joseph Wiseman) are helping to put through medical school. Seeking to rise above his family's poverty, Duddy aspires to purchase and develop lakefront land near the hotel resort he is working at in Quebec's Laurentian Mountains. But Duddy's quest to make something of himself reveals a harsh determination to do whatever he has to in order to make his dream a reality.
Starring: Richard Dreyfuss, Jack Warden, Micheline Lanctot, Randy Quaid
Viewer Quote: "The most jaw dropping aspect of this film is realizing that Richard Dreyfuss was ever that young! He is perfect in the part of a pushy young man trying to get rich quick anyway he can, after all, it is what he has been raised to believe was the only goal in life. Although Duddy is pushy and brash, he is still likable and you want him to succeed, after all, he is coming from the streets without the benefit of higher education, his father is a cab driver who spends most of his days hanging out in a café with his buddies. To them money IS the goal. This is a nice slice of an era as well as an interesting coming of age story. There is a good message to get from this film--if you watch it, you won't be disappointed."
This DVD is encoded NTSC Region ALL (playable worldwide).
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