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One Small Hero (1999)

PG | | Comedy, Family | 1999 (USA)
A young boy, who has stowed away on a camping trip for the school wilderness club, must use his wits in order to rescue the club from a pair of kidnappers.

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Nathan Kiley ...
Joey Cooper
Lindsay Lewis ...
Sarah Mann
Robert Schuch ...
Hutch Flynn
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Broc Benedict ...
Reese
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Billy
Joe Sommerville ...
Moose
Kimberly Rose ...
Amelia
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Cody
Fran Montano ...
Coach
Matthew Peters ...
Timmy
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Mrs. Cooper (as Bonnie Pierone)
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Senator Mann
Denise Smith ...
Senator's wife
Kirstin Pierce ...
Reporter (as Kirstin Carlstrand)
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Joey Cooper is a small boy who wants more than anything to be a member of the "Wilderness Club." But he has failed over and over again to pass the test and was not allowed to join. But when Joey gets home after his latest failure, he finds his mother has bought him all new camping equipment for his trip. Joey can't bring himself to tell her he didn't make the club so he takes the gear and leaves for the trip anyway, hiding on the bus. When a couple of kidnappers grab the kids, Joey is still in hiding and it's left for Joey to save them all. Written by J Waite <jaws-3@geocities.com>

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Heroes come in all sizes.

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Comedy | Family

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Rated PG for threatening situations and mild language | See all certifications »
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1999 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

Bátraké a dicsőség  »

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The article at the end for Joey's Heroism has the same text as the article at the beginning for his Father. Only the headlines and picture have changed. See more »

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Good kids movie with moral background
26 April 2002 | by (Casper, Wyoming) – See all my reviews

Movie left me feeling that the accomplishments of anyone can affect everyone. Not a bad thing to teach our kids. Some critics will naysay this film, saying that it is childish and puerile. True, but it wasn't made for adults. 'Nuff said.


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