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Gold Through the Fire (1987)

| Drama | 1987 (USA)
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Charles Harlan ...
Peter Smyslov
Renée Giragos ...
Sheri Jenkins
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David McBride
Michael Welborn ...
Dean McBride
Chris Scherschel ...
Marilyn McBride
Paige Mikolajczyk ...
Deirdra McBride
Reid Ostrowski ...
KGB Agent
Rene Anderson ...
Mrs. Davis
Gregg Ladd ...
Mr. Engle
Adrienne Solid ...
Emily Nation
Jeff Ploetz ...
Don Bresler
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Angelo
Charles Wimmer ...
Elliot Murray
Kimberly Thompson ...
Darlene
James Lawson ...
Soccer Coach
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The first motion picture to ever mention the "Mr. Bubble" brand of bubble bath. See more »

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I counsel thee to buy of me gold tried in the fire that thou mayest be rich.... As many as I love, I rebuke and chasten: be zealous, therefore, and repent Revelation 3:18, 19 See more »

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Fanfare for the Common Man
Performed by London Symphony Orchestra
Composed by Aaron Copland
Courtesy of CBS Masterworks
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Old School Christian Film
4 December 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Old School 80s Christian Film. This movie has some cheesy music and 80s hair in it, but a good story line. GTF is a family film that deals with a young Russian and his new life in the US. Young kids will probably enjoy this, but fail to understand the references to Communist Russia. This may be a good teaching tool for children learning their history from the cold war era. A good film on the issue of religion in public schools as well. This may also be a good tool for evangelism. Some good scenes of conflict between a young adolescent and his parents. If you have a rebellious teen, this may hit a nerve. In a good way, of course. Enjoy.


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