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A Place to Be Loved (1993)

Gregory Kingsley, a boy passed off onto social services by his natural mother and abused by his natural father, finds the foster family he is put into to be the type of family he needs and ... See full summary »

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George Russ
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Jerri Blair
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Liz Russ
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Mike Caldwell
Joycelyn O'Brien ...
Rachel Kingsley
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Ralph Kingsley
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Judge Thomas S. Kirk
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Debby Hunter
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June Carey
Gary Bayer ...
Chuck Johnson
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Brian Russ
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Gregory K
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Jeanette Glynn
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Kathy Magnuson
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Tiffany Russ
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Gregory Kingsley, a boy passed off onto social services by his natural mother and abused by his natural father, finds the foster family he is put into to be the type of family he needs and takes his natural mother to court to have her parental rights revoked so that he can be adopted by the Russes. The story is based on the real case of the boy who really did have to take this action to avoid being sent back into an unacceptable situation. Written by Jim Brawn <jim_brawn@amuc.mtroyal.ab.ca>

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4 April 1993 (USA)  »

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Dialymeni oikogeneia  »

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1.33 : 1
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One of the best movies
8 January 2000 | by See all my reviews

This is one of the best movies I have ever seen. It's about a boy, Gregory, who has been taken away from his parents, because they didn't took care of him. After a few foster homes, he end up at the Russ family. They are the parents he searched for all his life, and they want to adopt him! When his real parents hear about this, they suddenly want him back! They all end up in courtroom, where everything that happened in the past years comes up. It is a movie with suspense and drama and of course real good acting in it. A MUST see!!


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