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Three Wishes for Jamie (1987)

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Marie Conmee ...
Aunt Bid
Gillian Hackett ...
Kate McGrew
David Healy ...
Father Kerry
Benjie Lawrence ...
Kevin Shiel Callahan McGrew
Finbar Lynch ...
Mattie
Peter Marinker ...
Standish Bunn
Alison McKenna ...
Village Girl
Liam O'Callaghan ...
Shiel Harrigan
Derry Power ...
Dan McGrew
Stevan Rimkus ...
Jamie McGrew
Anna Livia Ryan ...
Maeve Harrigan
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Owen Tavish
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Wish for laughter! Wish for love! Wish for the luck of the Irish! It all comes true in this rollicking, romantic, magical adventure. See more »

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8 March 1987 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

Három kívánság Jamienek  »

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Charming, touching story....
1 November 2014 | by (Fairfax, VA) – See all my reviews

"Three Wishes for Jamie" is a charming, touching story full of well wrought characters. Young Jamie, a feisty Irish lad, has three dreams of Queen Una of the little people, which means that he will be granted his three greatest desires in life. He chooses travel, the woman of his dreams to wed, and a fine son who will speak like poetry in the ancient Gaelic tongue. With the active participation of a cousin, a well-known matchmaker full of the blarney, at every step of the way it looks like all of these if they happen at all, will not necessarily come about as expected. Despite being a Catholic, Jamie never doubts that they will occur, but he often finds himself vigorously opposing the chain of events in his life. Stevan Rimkus is just right for his role, and Jack Warden is nothing less than memorable as his ever loyal, enthusiastic, life-loving, wise old cousin. The characterizations of everyone in the film contribute to the charm and the script is delightfully realized. The frame of the beginning and end of the film featuring the Irish priest's comments on the story was a sweet touch. This film should be enjoyed by many...it is truly a rarity.


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