Almost an Angel

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Australian star Paul Hogan just couldn't seem to come up with a hit comparable to his 1986 international hit Crocodile Dundee. Hogan's Almost an Angel was a nice try, but no cigar. The star plays a lifelong thief who suffers a potentially fatal accident. While "in limbo," Hogan is visited by God amusingly played by Charlton Heston-well, why not Charlton Heston?. When he recovers, Hogan is convinced that he'd been returned to the land of the living in order to do God's work. He turns over a new leaf, coming to the...
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Australian star Paul Hogan just couldn't seem to come up with a hit comparable to his 1986 international hit Crocodile Dundee. Hogan's Almost an Angel was a nice try, but no cigar. The star plays a lifelong thief who suffers a potentially fatal accident. While "in limbo," Hogan is visited by God amusingly played by Charlton Heston-well, why not Charlton Heston?. When he recovers, Hogan is convinced that he'd been returned to the land of the living in order to do God's work. He turns over a new leaf, coming to the assistance of wheelchair-bound Elias Koteas and his pretty sister Linda Kozlowski the real-life Mrs. Hogan. At first suspicious of Hogan, Kozlowski is finally won over by his new-found sincerity. So lightweight that it threatens to float away at any moment, Almost an Angel is held together exclusively by Paul Hogan's star appeal. Unfortunately, this wasn't enough to insure a box-office success.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 6/3/2008
  • UPC: 844503000019
  • Original Release: 1990
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  • Source: Legend Films
  • Region Code: 1
  • Time: 1:38:00
  • Format: DVD

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Paul Hogan Terry Dean
Elias Koteas Steve
Linda Kozlowski Rose Garner
Charlton Heston Moses
Doreen Lang Mrs. Garner
Joe Dallesandro Thief
Robert Sutton Guido
Sammy Lee Allen Bubba
Douglas Seale Father
Ruth Warshawsky Irene Bealeman
Parley Baer George Bealeman
Ben Slack Reverand Barton
David Alan Grier
Larry Miller
Hank Worden Pop
Stephanie Hodge
Michael Alldredge Sergeant Freebody
Greg Barnett
William de Acutis
Eddie Frias
Richard Grove
Hal Landon Jr.
Jason Marsden
Candi Milo
Bob Minor
Leslie Morris
Justin Murphy
Ray Reinhardt
Vickilyn Reynolds
Charles David Richards
Mike Runyard
Shawn Schepps
Laurie Souza
Peter Mark Vasquez
Tony Veneto
Steven Brill
Technical Credits
John Cornell Director, Producer
Russell Boyd Cinematographer
Henry Bumstead Production Designer
April Ferry Costumes/Costume Designer
Richard C. Goddard Set Decoration/Design
Jim Halty Stunts
Paul Hogan Executive Producer, Producer, Screenwriter
Maurice Jarre Score Composer
Dave Kelsey Special Effects
David Stiven Editor
Kelly Van Horn Producer
Richard Yuricich Cinematographer
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Scene Index

Disc #1 -- Almost An Angel
1. Terry Dean [5:02]
2. Willie Nelson Hits a Bank [2:36]
3. Becoming An Angel [5:30]
4. Immortality [4:18]
5. Looking for Guidance [5:36]
6. Bread and Fishes [1:44]
7. Looking for a Sign [8:16]
8. The Rec Center [6:03]
9. Terry Loses His Cover [11:00]
10. Bealman Cocktail Party [3:47]
11. Message From God [7:56]
12. Planning Another Revelation [3:32]
13. Steve Asks Questions [3:52]
14. Mom Pushes Rose on Terry [5:11]
15. Bealman Gets Another Sign [2:11]
16. Closing in on Terry [5:05]
17. Steve Warns Terry [8:31]
18. Confirmation [5:00]
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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 23, 2003

    Classic Paul Hogan Film

    As far as I am concerned this is a classic that ranks right with It's a Wonderful Life only with more humor. It has it's sad moments but is upbeat and funny for the most part. This is a highly underated film by some people. But if you are a Paul Hogan fan you will love it. While it is classic Hogan he also shows a side not seen before.

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