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Reggie's Prayer (1996)

Not Rated | | Drama, Sport | 24 January 1997 (USA)
White stars as Reggie Knox, a pro football player who retires, frustrated because he hasn't won a championship. Knox begins coaching a Portland, Ore., high school football program, where he... See full summary »

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Cylk Cozart ...
Assistant Coach
Allan Creel ...
Dr. Richardson
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Stadium Announcer
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Janitor
Mark Friedrichsen ...
Det. Handley
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Rev. Jeremiah Knox
Willie Halliburton ...
Referee
Mike Holmgren ...
Janitor
Keith Jackson ...
Assistant Coach
Rick Jensen ...
Train station attendant
SiSi A. Johnson ...
Yvette Fess (as SiSi Johnson)
Wesley Johnson ...
Ben
Melba Joyce ...
Esther Mae Fess
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Ranger
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White stars as Reggie Knox, a pro football player who retires, frustrated because he hasn't won a championship. Knox begins coaching a Portland, Ore., high school football program, where he befriends a troubled student. Written by Anonymous

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In a world that needed heroes, Reggie Knox was a champion.

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Drama | Sport

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24 January 1997 (USA)  »

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Reggie imája  »

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$2,600,000 (estimated)
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Soundtrack Available on Big Doggie Records
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Refreshing film for building character and moral values
6 August 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Quite a refreshing movie to me. Back to the days of "a moral to the story". If you are teaching a child up to young teen years...maybe about 14 as the cut off point, about doing the right thing, morals or character, something we hardly see in movies today geared to the youth, then this is a must see. It's good for just fun with the kids maybe for a sleep over with popcorn after bible study or something. Then you can let them know that Reggie White was a real football player. I enjoyed seeing M.C. Hammer, and the Big Show in the movie. Rouf, another football player and Reggie's wife also played in the movie with Pat remembered as Mr. Myogi in "Karate Kid". This movie is good to see if you are just tired of seeing blood and guts.


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