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Where Have All the Flowers Gone?

2008 - HD

Where Have All the Flowers Gone? onlineMOVIE SYNOPSIS [ General Audiences ] With production of USA and Mexico, this film of 2008 has been directed by Arturo Perez Jr.. You can watch Where Have All the Flowers Gone? online on TV cable or theaters with original audio in English at different dates. This film premiered in theaters in 2008.

Rating: 3/5 by 16 users.

Runtime: 70 minutes

CAST

Joel Sadler, Billy Troy, Arturo Perez Jr., Courtney Hall, Nick Kennedy, Julianna Monceaux, Eric Butler, Heather Lefkof, Steven Richer, Michal Katz, Joe Marcus, Greg Mathew, Sam Johnson, Courtney Andujar, Mimi Hall and George W. Bush.

GENRE

Documental.

DIRECTION

70-minute film (full movie) directed by Arturo Perez Jr..

LANGUAGE AND COUNTRY OF ORIGIN

The original audio of Where Have All the Flowers Gone? has dialogues in Dolby Digital, it was produced in USA, Mexico.

RELEASE DATE

It premiered in cinemas or television in 2008.

SCREENPLAY Where Have All the Flowers Gone?

Screenplay written by Arturo Perez Jr..

CINEMATOGRAPHY / PHOTOGRAPHY

Arturo Perez Jr..

PRODUCERS OF Where Have All the Flowers Gone?

Mitra Tyree, Olivia Everett, Billy Troy, Nicholette Jones, Joel Sadler, Shannon Beck, Arturo Perez Jr., Mark Panik and Nathan Neely.

STUDIOS AND PRODUCTION ASSOCIATES

This film was produced and / or financed by Texas Boys Films and Fayce Productions.

ORIGINAL MUSIC

Composed by Natalia Perez, Drew Nix, Kristin Mueller, Michael Franti and Joel Sadler.

Where Have All the Flowers Gone?

Without commercial breaks, the full movie Where Have All the Flowers Gone? has a duration of 70 minutes; the official trailer can be watched in streaming on the Internet. You can watch this full movie free in EnglishDolby Digital in movie TV channels, renting the DVD or with VoD services (Video On Demand player, Hulu) and PPV (Pay Per View, Netflix).

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