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If You Could See What I Hear (1982)

A light comedy/love story based on the life of blind musician Tom Sullivan.

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Tom Sullivan
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Will Sly
Sarah Torgov ...
Patti Steffen
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Heather Johnson (as Shari Belafonte Harper)
Douglas Campbell ...
Porky Sullivan
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Mrs. Ruxton
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Bert
Barbara Gordon ...
Molly
Sharon Lewis ...
Helga
Lynda Mason Green ...
Sharon
Tony Van Bridge ...
Dr. Roger Wells
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Dean Franklin
David Gardner ...
Jack Steffen
Gary Reineke ...
Phil Lucas
Bob Warner ...
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Tom Sullivan is in many ways a typical student attending a Boston area college, he, showing his immaturity, partaking in, often leading, mainly harmless student hijinks with his pipe smoking friend, Will Sly. He funnels many of his energies into his music as a singer/pianist. Tom also happens to be blind, which he's been since a newborn due to being provided too much oxygen while in an incubator. Tom is independently minded, and wants to be treated just like any sighted person. Like most men his age, he is also in the pursuit of the opposite sex, in the process of which he finds that he falls in love easily. Through all these activities, Tom is affected by real life including the temporariness of college life, some not being able to get over their own prejudices of being sighted in their dealings with him, and coming to the realization that there are some things more difficult to do in life when one is blind. Written by Huggo

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The true story of a born winner!


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23 April 1982 (USA)  »

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Au-delà du regard  »

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CAD 5,600,000 (estimated)
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Trivia

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 »

Goofs

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 »

Quotes

Molly: [holding the phone] It's the IRS. They'd like to know when they can expect payment.
Porky Sullivan: When the bloody pope gets a hickey!
Molly: [into the phone] When the bloody pope gets a hickey, sir... Well, I'm tell him you said so!
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Connections

Featured in At the Movies: Stinkers of 1982 (1983) See more »

Soundtracks

Smoke Gets in Your Eyes
(uncredited)
Music by Jerome Kern
Lyrics Otto A. Harbach
Performed by Marc Singer & R.H. Thomson
Tom and Will sing the song in the shower when they first meet
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7 September 2005 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I saw this movie ages ago and I would love to see it again to find out if it was as good as I truly remember. I loved the scene with the socks (trying not to spoil) and I think I fell in love with Shari Bellafonte when I saw this. This is the last movie that Marc singer did before Beastmaster that I saw which is the last movie of his I liked.

I am on board for getting this released on DVD. If anyone has an idea how let me know. thanks

Tagline: The true story of a born winner!

Plot Outline: A light comedy/love story based on the life of blind musician Tom Sullivan.


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