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The Wilgus Stories (2000)

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Hitchhiking home from the movies at age 9, going for a joy ride with an uncle at age 14, or giving a ride home to the woman of his dreams at 23 are three events that change Wilgus Collier ... See full summary »

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William Johnson ...
Wilgus Collier, ages 9 and 14 (as William Johnson)
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Wilgus Collier, age 23
Robin Mullins ...
Maxine
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Delmer Collier
Jerry Johnson ...
Glen Collier
Emma Good ...
Grandma
Lashawna Holbrook ...
Cindy
Brian Warf ...
Billy
Gaynell Begley ...
Gaynell
Joe Begley ...
Joe
Cecil Webb ...
Cecil
Rebecca Bingman ...
Mother (voice)
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Hitchhiking home from the movies at age 9, going for a joy ride with an uncle at age 14, or giving a ride home to the woman of his dreams at 23 are three events that change Wilgus Collier and those around him. Starting from the 1950's up to a tie-dyed 1969, this movie presents a humorous and poignant perspective on the significant moments of daily life. Written by Anonymous

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A Sweet Coming of age Movie
12 May 2016 | by (UK) – See all my reviews

I managed to track this down on-line. It is a nice little story in 3 parts, well written, well directed and very well acted. Cinematography is pretty good given much of the 'action' takes place inside moving vehicles and setting is convincing for all 3 time periods.

Amongst several fine performances, including that by Robin Mullins, the highlight for me was seeing an early outing from the wonderful Christopher Berry, one of the most underrated actors of current times, as the 23 year old Wilgus Collier.

He gave a simply stunning, sensitive and genuine performance here that really deserved to get him more recognition.

For a low budget TV movie I found this to be an hour well spent.


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