Young Christopher Millard fantasizes about being a squire of the Round Table and studies the stars. But when his difficulty breathing turns out to be caused by a tumor, his fantasies turn ... See full summary »

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Christopher 'Chris' Millard / Squire Millard (as Thomas Guiry)
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Dr. Burke / Sorceress Reptannehan
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Charles Millard / Charles the Mysterious
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Irma Millard / Hermit of the Lagoon
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Stacie Millard
Ryan Koch ...
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Leland Baxter Neal ...
Simon
Jason Mason ...
John
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Knight #1
Don Nau ...
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Eric Jewett ...
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Black Cavalier
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Young Christopher Millard fantasizes about being a squire of the Round Table and studies the stars. But when his difficulty breathing turns out to be caused by a tumor, his fantasies turn into a means to battle the disease. Chemotherapy eats his summer and instead of writing the standard "What I did during my summer vacation", his teacher lets him write a fictional story, and Chris makes characters from the people around him. As Chris battles with doctor, treatments, and the illness, Squire Millard goes on a quest against an evil sorceress to gain the four diamonds of Courage, Wisdom, Honesty, and Strength: qualities that Chris himself attains as his health fails. Written by Kathy Li

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Fantasy | Drama | Family

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12 August 1995 (USA)  »

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De fyra diamanterna  »

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Based on the true story of Chris Mallard who died in 1972 from cancer. The story around which the film revolves was written by him while he was ill. See more »

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Inspirational
25 November 2003 | by (Sandy, UT) – See all my reviews

This movie was great and I loved it. I saw this movie back when I was 10 years old on Disney on the premiere showing in August 1995. It aired a few times after that and then it never aired again. This movie would be great for support groups dealing with cancer and other illnesses. I love Thomas Guiry's acting like 'The Sandlot'. I had tears in my eyes at the end of the film when I first saw it. I loved it how Chris Millard shared his feelings with his fantasy story and what he did while he was battling his cancer, tragically Chris Millard lost his battle with cancer in 1972 at the age of 14. The Disney Channel should air this wonderful, inspirational movie again.


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