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How to Eat Fried Worms

Rating:PG (for mild bullying and some crude humor)
Genre:Comedy, Family
Release Date:August 25, 2006
Running time:84 minutes
Cast:Thomas Cavanagh, Kimberly Williams-Paisley, Luke Benward, Philip Bolden, Nick Krause
Director:Bob Dolman
Producer:Brian Grazer, Ron Howard, Mark Johnson, Philip Steuer
Writer:John August, Bob Dolman, Joe Nussbaum, Thomas Rockwell
Distributor:New Line Cinema

Web Site: http://www.friedwormsmovie.com/

Description: An 11-year-old boy's first day in school devolves into a battle with the school bully. It leads to a dare that the youth can't eat 10 worms in one day. The kid turns out to be 'Fear Factor' material, and his exploits change the balance of power in the fifth grade.

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