|File:Smitty Movie Poster.jpg|
|Directed by||David Mickey Evans|
|Produced by||Michael Baumgarten|
Marcy Levitas Hamilton
|Written by||Michael Baumgarten|
Louis Gossett Jr.
|Music by||Phil Marshall|
|Edited by||Stephen Lovejoy|
|Distributed by||Phase 4 Films|
|April 10, 2012|
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Amanda leaves her son Ben with her estranged father Jack, a grumpy Iowa farmer, after he gets in trouble too many times in Chicago. Jack successfully straightens the boy out with good food, farm chores, and a dog; the dog's former owners could not afford to keep him, and Ben names him after Mr. Smith, a wise storekeeper who befriends him.
- Peter Fonda as Jack
- Mira Sorvino as Amanda
- Brandon Tyler Russell as Ben
- Louis Gossett Jr. as Mr. Smith
- Jason London as Russell
- Gabrielle Bui as Tia
- Booboo Stewart as Peebo
- Lolita Davidovich as Judge Greenstein
Filming occurred in Iowa.
The film premiered at the WorldFest-Houston International Film/Video Festival in April 2012.
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