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Once in a Blue Moon (1995)

Late-1960s suburban Canadian children work on building a rocket vessel, with the intention of delivering one or two neighborhood children to the moon, whilst dealing with social issues of the coming-of-age, orphan-hood and family veins.

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2 wins & 1 nomination. See more awards »

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Cody Serpa ...
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Sam Cardinal
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Emily Piper
Mike MacDonald ...
Mr. Piper
Cheryl Wilson ...
Mrs. Piper
Amber Warnat ...
Josephine Piper
Elysa Hogg ...
Jess Piper
Scott Augustine ...
Dan Guilford
Tyler Jay ...
Bosco Guilford
Justin Wilkie ...
Kent Guilford
Rhys Huber ...
Bernie Hannerfen
Ryan Taylor ...
Jacob Wasserman
Joe Maffei ...
Mr. Marshall
Curt Willington ...
Billy Neederman
Julie Bond ...
Mrs. Neederman
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Late-1960s suburban Canadian children work on building a rocket vessel, with the intention of delivering one or two neighborhood children to the moon, whilst dealing with social issues of the coming-of-age, orphan-hood and family veins.

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Rated PG for thematic elements and mild language
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31 May 1995 (Canada)  »

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Egyszer a Kék Holdon  »

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1.85 : 1
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Feature directorial debut for Philip Spink. See more »

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Classical Gas
Written by Mason Williams
Copyright 1968 Urban Irving Music Inc.
Copyright 1987 Weems Music - BMI
Published and Copyright 1987 American Gramaphone Records
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Awesome entertainment for anyone who was ever a kid
4 March 1999 | by (New York, USA) – See all my reviews

I highly reccommend this movie. It blurs the line between childhood fantasy and everyday reality in such a seamless fashion that it has to be seen to be believed. The actors and director have such perfect timing that in one scene a name calling fight becomes a sort of dance. I loved the story line, the actors, everything. While I do think there were one or two decidedly cheesy scenes, over-all the movie was impeccably done.


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