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Homecoming
     

Homecoming

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Director: Mark Jean

Cast: Anne Bancroft, Kimberlee Peterson, Bonnie Bedelia

 

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In this tender made-for-TV drama, four children are effectively orphaned when they are deserted by their mother. With nowhere else to go but some institution, the kids manage to locate their estranged grandmother. A bitter, and seemingly cold-hearted loner, the woman reluctantly takes the waifs into her farmhouse. They then do their very best to ingratiate themselves

Overview

In this tender made-for-TV drama, four children are effectively orphaned when they are deserted by their mother. With nowhere else to go but some institution, the kids manage to locate their estranged grandmother. A bitter, and seemingly cold-hearted loner, the woman reluctantly takes the waifs into her farmhouse. They then do their very best to ingratiate themselves and make her love them. Unfortunately, this grandmother has a very tough outer shell and it will take plenty of hard work on the part of the kids.

Product Details

Release Date:
01/30/2001
UPC:
0013023150195
Original Release:
1996
Rating:
PG
Source:
Geneon [Pioneer]
Sound:
[Dolby Digital]
Time:
1:45:00

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Anne Bancroft Abigail
Kimberlee Peterson Actor
Bonnie Bedelia Eunice
Hanna R. Hall Maybeth
Anna Louise Richardson Liza Tillerman
Scott Michael Campbell Windy
Kenner Ames Gas Station Attendant
Jacque Lynn Colton Millie
Roger Dunn Father Joseph
Richard Fitzpatrick Detective Gordo
R.D. Reid Security Guard
Trevor O'Brien Actor
William R. Greenblatt Actor

Technical Credits
Mark Jean Director,Screenwriter
Jack Baran Producer
Christopher Carlson Screenwriter
Toyomichi Kurita Cinematographer
Spencer Proffer Musical Direction/Supervision
Nancy Richardson Editor
Shiro Sasaki Executive Producer
W.G. "Snuffy" Walden Score Composer

Scene Index

Side #1 --
1. Into the Night [3:38]
2. Abandoned [7:25]
3. Walking to Bridgeport [11:03]
4. A Helping Hand [5:00]
5. Saint Eunice [7:57]
6. On the Road Again [5:42]
7. Meeting Grandma [13:57]
8. Settling In [8:00]
9. Early to Work [9:38]
10. Approaching Storm [11:26]
11. Playtime [5:32]
12. Straight Talk [6:23]
13. 8 AM Bus [5:46]
14. End Credits [3:04]

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Homecoming 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I have read the book, and enjoyed the movie. Although several parts of the book were left out and a few were changed, the story remains the same--finding a home for the Tillerman children where they could be together.
Guest More than 1 year ago
setting- (long time ago) late 1970s connecticut and maryland this is the best story to read