Too Young to Die?

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Another "based on fact" TV movie, Too Young to Die? stars Juliette Lewis as a benighted teenaged girl. She is married at 14, is deserted, and begins walking the streets at 15. Abused by virtually every man with whom she comes in contact including her own father, Lewis commits murder--and finds herself on Death Row before reaching her 16th birthday. Michael Tucker is the attorney who pleads that his client not be tried as an adult. Despite all the horrendous wrongs piled upon Juliette Lewis in Too Young to Die?, ...
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Overview

Another "based on fact" TV movie, Too Young to Die? stars Juliette Lewis as a benighted teenaged girl. She is married at 14, is deserted, and begins walking the streets at 15. Abused by virtually every man with whom she comes in contact including her own father, Lewis commits murder--and finds herself on Death Row before reaching her 16th birthday. Michael Tucker is the attorney who pleads that his client not be tried as an adult. Despite all the horrendous wrongs piled upon Juliette Lewis in Too Young to Die?, her character fails to elicit audience sympathy.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 10/7/1997
  • UPC: 017153422900
  • Original Release: 1990
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  • Source: Republic Pictures
  • Presentation: Spanish
  • Language: EspaƱol
  • Format: VHS

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Juliette Lewis Amanda Sue Bradley
Michael Tucker Buddy Thornton
Dean Abston Harvey
J. Stephen Brady Brian
Mark Davenport Mickey
Tim de Zarn Patron
Tom Everett
Taylor Fry Sally
Alan Fudge Mark Calhoun
Redmond Gleeson Janitor
C.W. Hemingway Gas Station Attendant
Yvette Heyden
Lew Hopson Star
Emily Longstreth Jean
Laurie O'brien Wanda Sledge
Michael O'Keefe Mike Medwicki
Bradley Michael Pierce Web
Brad Pitt Billy Canton
Don Pugsley Booking Officer
Charles David Richards Billings
Charles C. Stevenson Jr. Pastor
Annabelle Weenick Birdie Jewel
Hank Woessner Boss
Technical Credits
Robert Markowitz Director
Charles Bernstein Score Composer
Shari Feldman Costumes/Costume Designer
Jacob Goldstein Sound/Sound Designer
David Hill Original Story, Screenwriter
David J. Hill Original Story, Screenwriter
Donald Light-Harris Production Designer
Timothy McFlynn Co-producer
Paul Alan Mones Co-producer
Eric Van Haren Noman Cinematographer
Fern Orenstein Casting
Harvey Rosenstock Editor
George Rubino Screenwriter
Eric Sears Editor
Robert Sertner Executive Producer
Susan Weber-Gold Producer
Julie Anne Weitz Producer
Frank Von Zerneck Executive Producer
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  • Posted December 10, 2012

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    i liked this movie.

    its about a young girl who meets this older man Brad Pitt who gets her in trouble and although its from the early 90's its still a cool movie. i wonder if this movie was based on a true story.

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