Katrina Van Tassel must come to a heart-wrenching decision: should she marry the schoolmaster Ichabod Crane (whom her parents have deemed worthy of her hand), or should she remain truthful ... See full summary »

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Charisse Stewart ...
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Johnette Toye ...
Dame Van Tassel
Ed McBride ...
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Katrina Van Tassel must come to a heart-wrenching decision: should she marry the schoolmaster Ichabod Crane (whom her parents have deemed worthy of her hand), or should she remain truthful to her heart and confess her romantic feelings toward Brom Bones? The villagers of Tarrytown join together in song and dance to retell Washington Irving's classic masterpiece with a contemporary musical score that will enchant audiences of all ages. It's only inevitable that the spirit of the Headless Horseman is summoned from the Hollow to confront Ichabod's indomitable vanity and insatiable appetite for worldly possessions. Written by Chuck Evans Co-Producer, Ichabod

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16 October 2004 (USA)  »

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Ichabod! The Legend of Sleepy Hollow  »

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$1,500,000 (estimated)
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Connections

Version of Sleepy Hollow (1999) See more »

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The Legend
Written by Cy Frost and Doug Olson
Produced and Arranged by Cy Frost
Performed by Nathan Anderson
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Great fun for the whole family, unique, but hard to find.
17 August 2005 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Very unique filming style, well written and directed. Fun family movie, kept me involved. Filmed in a play like style and with a fun and interesting cast. Girl in background with dark hair was beautiful. Hard to find, just by chance was able to see. Hope it comes to DVD, fun to own, kids loved it want to see it again. Rick Ramage is a serious director that will become a rising star, his writing is already well received and imaginative. He has a keen eye for talent, and know a keen eye for direction. Released as a school field trip all over the country to allow elementary kids to see his magic first hand, would do well on the Hallmark series. Hope to see more of RR and his future projects.


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