A dentist is cast into limbo after her death in a bike accident and is given the assignment to act as The Tooth Fairy as her action to be admitted into heaven.

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Dr. Katherine Lewis
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Thomas Jameson
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Bobby Jameson
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Raul (as Daryl 'Chill' Mitchell)
Kathryn Zaremba ...
Carrie
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Trevor
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Mindy
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Rogers
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Joe #1
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Gwen
John P. Connolly ...
Dr. Green
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Carrie's Mom
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Mr. Wood
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Jeff
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Kent (as Zachary Duhame)
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A dentist is cast into limbo after her death in a bike accident and is given the assignment to act as The Tooth Fairy as her action to be admitted into heaven. Written by John Sacksteder <jsackste@bellsouth.net>

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5 October 1997 (USA)  »

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1.33 : 1
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Was the last movie that Kathryn Zaremba did. After "Toothless" finished shooting Kathryn Zaremba retired from acting. See more »

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Dr. Katherine Lewis: [the parents see her] I know what you're thinking, pink and white after Labor Day. It wasn't my idea, I swear.
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It's a Heartache
Written by Ronnie Scott and Steve Wolfe
Performed by Bonnie Tyler
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Actually pretty good
2 March 2004 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Pretty good movie in which a self-absorbed dentist(Kirstie Alley)who ends up in Limbo after being hit by a car. While waiting in Limbo, she has to work as The Tooth Fairy. She hates her job at first, but ends up getting involved in the lives of the kids. This is a big no-no, because it's against the rules to meddle, and her boss (Played wickedly by Lynn Redgrave)is just itching to have her punished. The Punishment? A one way trip to Hell (In a Hellivator, I guess). In the end, Alley learns to care for others and to allow herself to love. This was actually better than I thought it would be and is fun for all ages. Worth a rental or to add to your collection. Great performances by pretty much everyone and a great directing job by Melanie Mayron.


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