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Zach Book as Keith Peterson in Dr. 420

 

          "It’s always 4:20 somewhere." 
                             - Anonymous


Dr. 420 is a short indie stoner comedy currently seeking post-production support from the community via our Indiegogo crowdfunding campaign.

If you are familiar with 'stoner cinema'–any of the Cheech and Chong films, the Harold and Kumar films, Pineapple Express and more–Dr. 420 will fit right in with your film library. Boasting the acting talents of several familiar names, including actresses Lin Shaye (Dumb and Dumber, There’s Something About Mary, Kingpin, The Hillside Strangler, Insidious) and Naomi Grossman (most recently seen as 'Pepper' on American Horror Story: Asylum), the film is a comedic look at the medical marijuana dispensary industry. Ultimately, we hope that our short film can eventually lead to a feature-length version which will star Lin Shaye in not just one but two parts–along with a cast of other actors–but we realize our short film is just the first step.

So sit back, light one up* and take some time to check out our official Dr. 420 movie website, where you’ll find info on our current Crowdfunding campaign, News & Press coverage, our Gallery of behind-the-scenes Dr. 420 pictures, a list of our valued Supporters, and information on how to join the Dr. 420 Street Team. You can also Contact us directly if you have general questions, are a member of the press/media or a blogger, need to inquire about potential sponsorship, or are a representative from a film fest looking to include Dr. 420 in your screenings. 

Above all, consider making a donation to our Indiegogo campaign to help Dr. 420 become a reality. Set aside some of those munchie funds and Donate Today!

                                         

*Of course, it goes without saying that we here at Dr. 420 would only endorse smoking marijuana if your local city/state/province/country regulations make it legal to do so. If not, then consider joining a group like the National Organization for the Reform of Marijuana Laws (NORML) to help change that!