Set in 1944, The Farm Boy is a Vermont-made black and white feature length movie filmed in the style of the old classics. A love story and adventure, the film is loosely based on the real life story of the Director's parents. It is about trust, integrity, and standing behind your word. It is a story that will take you back to a time when life was hard but sweet.  When war took men away from their homes and threatened the livelihood of their families.  Illuminating a time in history when sacrifice provided a sense of purpose, The Farm Boy will stir your emotions and make you long for what we have lost.

If you would like to support the production of The Farm Boy, tax deductible donations can be made to:

Woodchuck Theatre Company d/b/a

Hanging Mudflap Productions

24 Woodard Farm Road

Waterbury Center, VT 05677

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We hope you'll enjoy the production photos of The Farm Boy on our PHOTOS  page


Thank You,

George Woodard, Director

 Joan Brace O'Neal, Producer