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For My Daughter's Honor (1996)

In Tate, Oklahoma a popular coach, Pete Nash, is accused of having a sexual relation with 14 years old Amy, one of his school's pupils.

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Pete Nash
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Amy Dustin
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Norm Dustin
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Betty Ann Dustin
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Kelly
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Kimberly Jones
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Principal Arnet
Teddi Siddall ...
Ellie Mills
W.K. Stratton
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Mark Billington (as Abraham Alvaraz)
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Tom Fowler
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Mother #2
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Cassie Mills
John H. Evans ...
L.V. Gaines
Maggie Fleming ...
Mrs. Cameron
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In Tate, Oklahoma a popular coach, Pete Nash, is accused of having a sexual relation with 14 years old Amy, one of his school's pupils.

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It was the perfect small town school. The one place she thought her daughter was safe. But when a teacher betrayed that trust, one mother fought back. See more »

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20 November 1996 (USA)  »

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Seduction of Innocence  »

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This is the true story of Brook Graham and her experience that started when she was a freshman in the fall of 1986 at Taylor High School in Taylor, Texas. See more »

Goofs

When Coach lets the two girls drive off in the truck he has Amy's head in his hands with his thumbs on her cheeks. Switch to a different shot and his hands on her shoulders, switch back to the original shot and they are back on her cheeks. See more »

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Pete Nash: I want to be with you forever and I swear it's the truth
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O What a Thrill
Written by Jesse Winchester
Performed by The Mavericks
Album: What a Crying Shame
MCA Records
Release date: November 14, 1994
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Subject matter deserves a better representation
8 July 2008 | by (Tulsa OK) – See all my reviews

Any adult male who preys on minors should be - literally - whipped to within the proverbial "inch" of his life. And if this individual also is a teacher doing so with a student, salt and iodine should be added liberally to the resulting wounds.

However, I don't think we have to praise what we feel is a mediocre presentation simply because it addresses a serious problem. I couldn't disagree more with those who have proclaimed this a strong movie about this important situation.

The parents here, along with their victimized daughter, all moved more slowly than postal workers on Valium for the first 1 hour and 50 minutes -- then screamed like Banshees on "Speed" for the final 10. Gary Cole, as the villainous - and thoroughly vacuous and unctuous - teacher, is a very credible actor. But here his performance and character sounded like Jethro from "The Beverly Hillbillies" displaying a "dark side."

Even though this film was made a few years ago, and this problem is perhaps a little more evident today, the principal's speeches about teachers and school officials hugging and touching students to make them feel good, etc., was incredibly stupid and naive on the part of the writers. Anybody with even minimal intelligence knows that in the workplace, school - or anywhere else, males should avoid even the most cursory of physical contact. There are many, many scenarios where even the most innocent physical contact can be misrepresented by one of parties involved, or by someone observing. And even the most tentative addressing by one of the parties will find attorneys gathered as if there were a chemical plant explosion or a group of ambulances (to "chase") at a massive freeway pileup.

All-in-all, this is a serious subject deserving of a much better approach than this flick provided.


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