Wolfgang Film Poster

Wolfgang

Wolfgang (2021)

As a teenager in Austria, Wolfgang Puck harnessed his love of cooking to escape the harsh rule of his stepfather. A local apprenticeship forged his path to train at a revered French restaurant before landing in America at age 24. In 70s Hollywood, Puck began working at Ma Maison, crafting an original menu around fresh ingredients, making the once-tacky eatery a popular, acclaimed darling.” –Disney

Wolfgang Film Poster
District Grade:B-
District Category:Niche
Sub-Genres:California, Food, Biography, Pop Culture, Disney, Cooking
Run Time:78 Mins
The District Categories: Niche (worth the watch for those interested in the topic), Worth It (worth your time), Classic (one of the best examples of the documentary genre), Skip It (not worth your time)

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“Almost by accident, Puck created the concept of a “celebrity chef” with his decades-spanning television appearances, building a staggering global empire of restaurants, cafes and products for home cooks. But at home, the frenetic professional demands disrupted his family life.”Disney


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The District’s Quick Hits

Awards:N/A
Where To Stream:Disney+
Rotten Tomatoes Score ™:84% (Tomatometer), 75% (Audience)
Director:David Gelb
Starring: Wolfgang Puck, Paul Newman, Rachael Ray, Sean Connery, Sidney Poitier, Julia Child, Emeril Lagasse
Where To Stream sections are based on the films location at the time of the article’s published date. Some films may no longer be available on certain streaming services. We are not affiliated with Rotten Tomatoes. We are not affiliated with IMDB.

Wolfgang

2021
78 Minutes
Niche
Final Grade: B-
Now Streaming On: Disney+ ($)

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