In order to support her ten children, Evelyn Ryan enters a commercial jingle-writing contest.
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Kelly and Evelyn Ryan live in Defiance, Ohio with their 10 children. At first glance their life seems idyllic; they call each other "Mother" and "Father" and seem to dote on the kids. But Kelly was a garage-band crooner whose voice was ruined in an auto accident. He's resigned to a dead-end factory job that barely pays the bills, and is given to fits of alcohol-induced rage
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The Prize Winner of Defiance, Ohio is a 2005 American biographical film written and directed by Jane Anderson. The film received a limited release on October 14, 2005. The Prize Winner of Defiance, Ohio is based on the true story of housewife Evelyn Ryan, who helped support her husband, Kelly, and their 10 children by winning jingle-writing contests
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|Cast overview, first billed only:|
|Julianne Moore||-||Evelyn Ryan|
|Woody Harrelson||-||Kelly Ryan|
|Laura Dern||-||Dortha Schaefer|
|Trevor Morgan||-||Bruce Ryan at 16 yrs|
|Ellary Porterfield||-||Tuff Ryan at 13, 16 & 18 yrs|
|Simon Reynolds||-||Ray the Milkman|
|Monté Gagné||-||Lea Anne Ryan at 17 yrs|
|Robert Clark||-||Dick Ryan at 16 yrs|
|Michael Seater||-||Bub Ryan at 15 yrs|
|Erik Knudsen||-||Rog Ryan at 13 yrs|
|Jake Scott||-||Bruce Ryan at 11 yrs|
|Jordan Todosey||-||Tuff Ryan at 9 yrs|
|Ryan Price||-||Mike Ryan at 6 yrs|
|Shae Norris||-||Barb Ryan at 4 yrs|
|Abigail Falle||-||Betsy Ryan at 2 yrs|
Some of the dresses worn by Julianne Moore in the film belonged to the real-life Evelyn Ryan. Her children had saved them and offered the use of them for the film.
Contrary to the movie, the real-life Evelyn Ryan and her son did get to take a trip to New York City, where they stayed at Waldorf-Astoria, saw the Broadway musical "The Music Man", dined at Sardi's, and appeared on a television show hosted by Merv Griffin as part of the "Name The Sandwich" contest prize.
The contest ads seen under the opening credits were taken from Evelyn Ryan's drawer. They were given to the filmmakers by her daughter Betty.
At the end of the film, several children are seen fading in and out of the picture, which shows the passing of several years. One of the young boys is Evelyn Ryan's grandson, who happened to be there that day.
In several scenes, the family is shown using bottled milk from Arps Jersey Farm Dairy. This business was founded in 1936 by George Arps, and still distributes many dairy products within a sixty-mile radius of Defiance, Ohio.
Outside scenes were all shot in Canada. Interior scenes were all shot on a soundstage.
In real-life, the singer who introduced the nameless "Name The Sandwich" jingle contest was Freddie Cannon, who performed the song on Bandstand (1952).
Laura Dern was pregnant during filming.
In the grocery store scene, the bottom shelves behind Kelly (Woody Harrelson) are stocked with Ballreich's potato chips. These are made in Tiffin Ohio, nearly seventy miles east of Defiance. Ballreich's (pronounced ballright) started in Tiffin in 1920.
The decision to have Evelyn (Julianne Moore) talk directly to camera was inspired by television commercials from the 1950s, which used that technique frequently.
Robert Zemeckis ultimately decided not to direct, because he couldn't bear the thought of working with so many children. (There were twenty involved in the production.) He stayed on as a Producer.
Never theatrically released in the United Kingdom.
The third time in three years that Julianne Moore played a 1950s housewife. The others being Timmarna (2002) and Far from Heaven (2002).
Robert Zemeckis bought the property with an eye on directing it.
Laura Dern and Julianne Moore appeared in the Jurassic Park film franchise. Dern played Dr. Ellie Sattler in Jurassic Park (1993) and Jurassic Park III (2001) and Moore played Dr. Sarah Harding in The Lost World: Jurassic Park (1997).