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Beerfest (25-Aug-2006)

Director: Jay Chandrasekhar

Writers: Jay Chandrasekhar; Kevin Heffernan; Steve Lemme; Paul Soter; Erik Stolhanske

Keywords: Comedy

Two German-American brothers traveling to Germany's Oktoberfest become party to a Fight Club-esque beer-drinking organization.

ABSTRACT
German-American brothers Jan and Todd Wolfhouse, traveling to Germany to uphold an old family tradition by spreading their grandfather's ashes at Oktoberfest, happen upon a clandestine beer-drinking competition called "Beerfest", centuries old and recalling Fight Club in its methods of operation. Beerfest follows the Wolfhouse brothers, ostracized out of the competition by their German cousins the first time around, as they assemble and train a team with a view to taking the strange event by storm the following year.

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Jay Chandrasekhar
Film Director
9-Apr-1968   Super Troopers
Will Forte
Actor
17-Jun-1970   Saturday Night Live
M. C. Gainey
Actor
18-Jan-1948   Sideways
Cloris Leachman
Actor
30-Apr-1926   Phyllis and The Facts of Life
Mo'Nique
Actor
11-Dec-1967   Nikki on The Parkers
Eric Christian Olsen
Actor
31-May-1977   Dumb and Dumberer: When Harry Met Lloyd
Jürgen Prochnow
Actor
10-Jun-1941   Das Boot
James Roday
Actor
4-Apr-1976   Shawn Spencer on Psych
Owain Yeoman
Actor
2-Jul-1978   Wayne Rigsby on The Mentalist

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