A Fuchsia Elephant

A Fuchsia Elephant
Directed by Dianna Agron
Produced by Dianna Agron
Dave Franco
Rob Krauss
Written by Dianna Agron
Screenplay by Dianna Agron
Starring Dianna Agron
Dave Franco
Paul Boukadakis
Kelsey Crane
Max Crumm
Rowly Dennis
Eddie Hargitay
Millie Huckabee
Cinematography Rob Krauss
Austin Michael Scott
Edited by Rob Krauss
Running time 10 minutes
Country United States
Language English

A Fuchsia Elephant is a 2009 American short comedy film screenplay and directed by Dianna Agron, starring Dianna Agron and Dave Franco.[1] The film was never released, however, it's unknown if Agron will release it any time.


On the day before her eighteenth birthday, Charlotte Hill (Dianna Agron) makes a decision to change. Not wanting to follow in the footsteps of her alcoholic mother, she enlists a sober partner named Michael (Dave Franco) to help guide her. He challenges her to think of something fun to do to celebrate, and with the help of some friends, she recreates the eighth birthday party she never had. The party is an imaginative romp filled with pirates, gypsies and a fuchsia elephant...the best she's ever had.


  • Dianna Agron as Charlotte Hill
  • Dave Franco as Michael
  • Paul Boukadakis as Paul
  • Kelsey Crane as Kelsey
  • Max Crumm as Scuba Sampson
  • Rowly Dennis as Rowly
  • Eddie Hargitay as Eddie
  • Millie Huckabee as Millie
  • Christina McDowell as Mara the Mermaid (as Christina Grace)
  • David Petruzzi as Dave
  • Mikey Post as Mikey
  • Shelby Rabara as Shelby
  • Tyler Spindel as Tyler
  • Talia Tabin as Talia (as Talia Steinberg)
  • Lindsay Zir as Lindsay


  1. ^ Dianna Agron's Short Film 'A Fuchsia Elephant' In High Demand cambio.com Retrieved 2010-12-13

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