Bill and his wife have recently had to live through a tragedy. When Bill decides to coach a little league baseball team, he meets a young mute boy named Lucky, who may be just what the team... See full summary »

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Ed Godfrey
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Harper Parish
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Hilton Burberry
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Lucky Diamond
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Charlie
Jenny Krochmal ...
Melissa
Jennifer Thompson ...
Jill (as Jennifer-Maria Thompson)
Harvey Reaves ...
Jamie
Michael Martin ...
Dickie
Chad Linley ...
Josh
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Nathaniel Parish
Gerry Valencia ...
Umpire
Helen Stenborg ...
Tilda
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Bill and his wife have recently had to live through a tragedy. When Bill decides to coach a little league baseball team, he meets a young mute boy named Lucky, who may be just what the team needs in order to win. A very mysterious child, Lucky helps heal the wounds from Bill's past. Written by Phil Fernando

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Drama | Family | Mystery | Sport

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22 June 1995 (USA)  »

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At finde lykken  »

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1.33 : 1
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Well-scripted and well-acted film of healing.
1 February 2002 | by (NYC/FL) – See all my reviews

The story of a man who has lost his son and who is drafted into coaching a little league team where he encounters a child that needs him.

This movie is squarely in the `Hallmark mode' dealing with issues such as the loss of a child, the uselessness felt by seniors. At the same time, it's not quite as obvious as other movies of this type and even includes a bit of a mystery. Overall the film is eminently watchable. You care about the characters and are quickly drawn into the story. As with so many of the Hallmark series there's an undercurrent of optimism and faith in the strength and goodness of people. This life affirming film is definitely worth a watch.


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