As stated in the end credits, the little girl Sullivan saved from drowning was not his girlfriend's little sister, as portrayed in the film, but actually his own daughter. See more »
During the skydiving incident, Tom's friend takes off in a jeep on natural ground, but we hear the tires squeal as though he's on pavement. See more »
[Will and Tom are a convertible, and it's raining]
I figured for ten weeks of sun, surf, and sex, we wouldn't need a top.
Well, if the surf and the sex are as good as the sun, we're in big trouble.
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I can't agree more with the other person commenting on this great movie. This is one of several great movies from the early 80's that I have on VHS but that are falling apart and need to find a new audience on DVD.
I just don't see what people wait for when they make those decisions about what to digitize and what to leave people waiting for.
This movie is all heart and is held together by the very underrated Marc Singer (yes, that Marc Singer of Beastmaster fame. I swear you make one bad choice and you are branded for life). Telling the true story of blind singer/entertainer Tom Sullivan, Singer brings him to stunning life with a memorable performance that far few were ever able to see.
Let's do what we can to get this great story on DVD for a new generation to enjoy.
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