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Delta Farce
Release Date:
May 11, 2007
Studio: Lionsgate
Director: C.B. Harding
Bear Aderhold, Tom Sullivan
Starring: Larry the Cable Guy, Bill Engvall, DJ Qualls, Marisol Nichols, Danny Trejo, Keith David
Genre: Action, Adventure, Comedy
MPAA Rating: PG-13 (for crude and sexual humor)
Official Website: Not Available


C.B. HARDING (Director)

C.B. Harding began his career in 1971 as a fine arts photographer. He soon attracted the attention of the advertising world, and in 1975 began a groundbreaking turn as one of the top experimental and conceptual photographers in the country. Internationally recognized, he has won numerous awards in Graphis International, London’s Designers and Art Directors Club, the D&AD awards and for several years running the New York Art Directors Club Show, The One Show, Creativity Magazine, and the internationally respected Communication Arts Magazine. In 1988, Harding was further singled out as one of the most influential photographers by The American Photographer.

In 1989, Harding began his transition to film as a Commercial Director/Cameraman, and was recognized with the highest honor in the advertising world: The International Gold Lion Award, at the Cannes International Advertising Festival. For the next ten years, Harding created a reputation for innovative and exciting direction for his clients all over the world.

Harding relocated to Los Angeles in 1998 to start the next phase of his career directing film and television. Harding partnered with Bunim/Murray Productions to direct the first ever reality series on network television: the groundbreaking, Making The Band for ABC. Twenty-two episodes later history was made and a new era in network television had arrived. Over the next four years, Harding directed some of the most successful reality shows on television, including: Road Rules and Real World for MTV and Meet My Folks for NBC.

In 2001, Miramax films invited Harding to direct the standup comedy film, The Three Amigos, starring popular Mexican comics Carlos Mancia, Freddie Soto and Pablo Francesco. On this project, Harding became one of the first directors in the country to shoot with the new High Definition 24P Digital Video.

Upon completion of this film, Harding directed the first season of the now world famous reality show, the Emmy award winning, “The Osbournes”. After completing the season, he wasted no time directing pilots for NBC, a concert film for Alanis Morissette, and returned to the feature world with the Warner Bros. release: Blue Collar Comedy Tour: The Movie starring Jeff Foxworthy, Bill Engvall, Ron White and Larry The Cable Guy.

In 2004, Harding returned to direct the second and final third seasons of The Osbournes for MTV. Later that year he continued on to direct the sequel to the very successful “Blue Collar” movie, Blue Collar Comedy Tour Rides Again. The next two years saw Harding Executive Producing and Directing pilots for MTV and VH1. In 2005 he Co-Executive Produced and directed pilots for TBS and WB staring Tom Arnold and Ron White respectively.

2006 opened with Lionsgate and Parallel Entertainment release of Harding’s successful third installment of the popular Blue Collar Comedy Tour: One For The Road. 15 BEAR ADERHOLD and TOM SULLIVAN (Writers)

Bear Aderhold was born and raised in San Antonio and played football at the University of North Texas. Prior to moving out to Los Angeles to pursue screenwriting, Aderhold worked as a bail bondsman in Dallas and at a psychiatric hospital in San Marcos, Texas.

Tom Sullivan was born in New York City and graduated from UCLA. He worked as a Fox Sports TV segment producer, covering every major event in sports, including the Super Bowl, Final Four, NBA Finals and World Series. Sullivan crossed paths with such luminaries as Dennis Rodman, Bobby Knight, Mike Tyson and Johnny Rotten, encounters which left him well equipped for a career in the movie business.

In addition to writing DELTA FARCE, Aderhold and Sullivan have several other projects in development, including the sequel to UNDERCOVER BROTHER at Universal and NOTORIOUS D.A.D. for Lionsgate.

JP WILLIAMS (Producer) JP Williams is the founder and CEO of Parallel Entertainment, pound for pound one of the entertainment industry’s most successful enterprises.

Born in West Virginia, Williams began his unique career in New York in 1983 as an agent’s assistant at Spotlite Enterprises, Ltd., a prominent talent agency specializing in the representation and booking of comedic talent. He was soon promoted to agent, with clients including soon-to-be comedic giants Jay Leno, Jerry Seinfeld, Damon Wayans, Adam Sandler, David Alan Grier, and Jamie Foxx. He was promoted yet again to Vice President of Live Performance a short time later. In 1991 he founded Parallel Entertainment, a boutique personal management company also dedicated to representing comedic performers. Parallel Entertainment has doubled its profits every year since then.

In 2000, Williams and four of his star clients created Blue Collar Comedy Tour, a live performance road trip featuring comedians Jeff Foxworthy, Bill Engvall, Larry the Cable Guy and Ron White performing on stage individually and together. The national tour continued for three years and was so successful that Williams subsequently formed Parallel Entertainment Pictures with producer Alan Blomquist to develop, finance and produce Blue Collar-themed filmed entertainment.

Parallel’s filmed entertainment productions include the WB comedy series “Blue Collar TV,” “Foxworthy’s Big Night Out” for CMT, “The Naked Trucker & T-Bones Show” for Comedy Central, “The Bill Engvall Show” for TBS, and currently in development an upcoming animated Larry the Cable Guy project (“An Inconvenient Poop”) for Comedy Central as well as an animated Lisa Lampanelli project. In addition to the series and specials on the WB, Williams has also produced many one-hour specials for Comedy Central and HBO, including ones starring Larry the Cable Guy, Bill Engvall, Lisa Lampanelli and Ralphie May. The company has made several motion pictures, including “Blue Collar Comedy Tour: The Movie,” which sold more than 4 million DVD’s following a limited theatrical release; “Blue Collar Comedy Tour Rides Again,” which sold more than 3 million DVD’s; “Larry the Cable Guy: Health Inspector,” which Lionsgate released theatrically in 2006, and “Delta Farce,” which is set for theatrical release in May 2007.

Williams has produced 29 comedy albums, four of which have received Grammy nominations. Jack Records, a co-venture between Parallel and Warner Bros. Records, produces comedy albums featuring some of Parallel’s more than two-dozen clients.

In 2004, Williams was awarded the IEBA (International Entertainment Buyers Association) Artist Manager of the Year Award.


Producer Alan Blomquist’s recent foray into comedy proves why he has one of the most diverse and enviable careers in Hollywood. In 2002, Blomquist united with manager J.P. Williams to produce the extremely successful DVD Blue Collar Comedy Tour: The Movie, which sold over 4 million copies, the sequels Blue Collar Tour Rides Again and Blue Collar Comedy Tour: One For The Road have sold 3 million and 1 million copies respectively. The franchise spawned a successful TV show on the WB network.

Most recently, Blomquist co-produced Larry The Cable Guy: Health Inspector, which Lionsgate released theatrically in 2006 and Delta Farce, which is set for theatrical release in May 2007. He is presently in pre-production on Witless Protection which will go before the cameras in Chicago in May.

Blomquist’s illustrious career in entertainment has allowed him to work in various key production capacities of both film and television. He was the first assistant director on Iron Eagle, and acted as the unit production manager on such memorable films as La Bamba, Uncle Buck.. In addition, Blomquist executive produced the Johnny Cash biopic Walk The Line, Cider House Rules, Chocolat, Taking Lives, Bounce, What Dreams May Come, Spawn, A Little Princess, Beautiful Girls, Of Mice And Men, and Everybody’s All-American. In the world of television, he produced the remake of the 1971 cult film Vanishing Point with Viggo Mortensen for Fox TV. He received an Emmy Award for producing the ABC “After School Special” The War Between the Classes.

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