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Redemption of the Ghost (2002)

An escaped convict redeems himself through the love of two young children.

Director:

Richard Friedman

Writers:

Darrel Campbell (screenplay), Gene Bicknell (screenplay)
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Gene Bicknell Gene Bicknell ... Witt Hampton
Petri Hawkins-Byrd ... Detective Meyers (as Petri Byrd)
Monty Cox Monty Cox ... Deputy
Michele Dalcin ... Sally Fortner
Dion DeRizzo Dion DeRizzo ... Skinny Hobo
D.J. DeRuy D.J. DeRuy ... George
Kellen DeRuy Kellen DeRuy ... Eugene
Eddie Driscoll ... Bank Guard
John Enos III ... Tommy (as John Enos)
Keith Hard Keith Hard ... Pilot
Roger Hewlett ... Carl
Rachel Hunter ... Gloria
Patrick Labyorteaux ... Cameron
Diane Ladd ... Aunt Helen
Nicolette Little Nicolette Little ... Cassie
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Convicted embezzler Witt Hampton escapes from prison and while hiding out in an isolated country barn is discovered by young Cassy and her brother Jack. After convincing them he's a friendly ghost that only they can see, the three new friends embark on one imaginative adventure after another until, inspired by their innocent spirits, Witt vows to redeem his crimes. But, a by-the-book sheriff-who has sworn to personally put Hampton back behind bars-is closing in, and Witt may never get the chance to finally set things right. Written by Echo Bridge Home Entertainment

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All they needed was each other.

Genres:

Drama

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

24 February 2002 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

A Redenção do Fantasma See more »

Filming Locations:

Oakdale, California, USA See more »

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Sound Mix:

Dolby Digital

Color:

Color
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Soundtracks

Rivers Flow
Written by Gene Bicknell
Performed by Gene Bicknell
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Some ghostly acting
10 July 2001 | by F1ameSee all my reviews

Quite an impressive little story. At over 100 minutes you are expecting something good, or very bad, and slow. Fortunately this little film was actually reasonably entertaining.

The film is carried well by the two children, especially the young girl who puts in a great performance. Unfortunately they did run a bit short of good actors in some areas. Resulting in a slightly poor quality telling of a charming tale.

Whilst the end was a waste of space I'm sure everyone can think of an ending for the film that they would have enjoyed a bit more. Just pretend they did that instead.

In summary nothing special but worth watching if you like watching films. Like me.


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