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The Littlest Victims (1989)

TV Movie  -   -  Drama  -  23 April 1989 (USA)
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A true account of the life of pioneering AIDS doctor James Oleske.

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Cast

Credited cast:
Lewis Arlt ...
Neil
Graham Brown ...
Mr. Munson
William Cain ...
Dr. Romney
Chris Cunningham ...
Jimmy
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Cheryl
Larry Keith ...
Waxman
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Doctor James Oleske
Harsh Nayyar ...
Ramesh
Mary-Joan Negro ...
Mary
Nan-Lyn Nelson ...
Estelle
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Mrs. Munson
Maryann Plunkett ...
Barbara
Dominique Troutman ...
Georgie
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Dr. Gage
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Tim Matheson play a doctor that treats children with AIDS. He tries to convince his colleagues that the children got the disease from their parents. Based on a true story. Written by Eva Kristin Berntzen <evakrb@online.no>

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23 April 1989 (USA)  »

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Innocent Victims  »

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First television movie to be shot in HDTV. See more »

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Update on Dr. James Oleske
1 April 2007 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Dr.James Oleske is a Founder & Medical Director for Circle of Life Children's Center, Inc.

The mission of Circle of Life Children's Center, Inc., a 501 C3 non profit, is to provide a comprehensive program of palliative care and hospice for children with life-limiting illnesses.

Through this program we endeavor to fulfill an urgent need for a centralized palliative care program that will serve the eligible child throughout the continuum of illness. All aspects of the child's well-being and quality of life will be addressed, with culturally sensitive support made available to the family.

Please visit the COLCC website for more information.

www.CircleofLifeNJ.org


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