The Family Holvak (1975– )
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The Long Way Home: Part 1 

Ramey, while on a summer adventure, chances upon a chain gang. When the prisoner Chaw escapes Ramey befriends him and hides him at his family's isolated farm.

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Rev. Tom Holvak
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Elizabeth Holvak
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Ramey Holvak
Elizabeth Cheshire ...
Julie Mae Holvak
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Chester Purdle
Cynthia Howard ...
Ida
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Josh Albee ...
Bo
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Craw
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Ham
Jerry Gatlin ...
Guard
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Grandma Boggs
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Deputy Shanks
Diane Shalet ...
Wilma Jean
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Ramey, while on a summer adventure, chances upon a chain gang. When the prisoner Chaw escapes Ramey befriends him and hides him at his family's isolated farm.

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7 September 1975 (USA)  »

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David Carradine is amazing
30 April 2009 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I have to admit I caught this very late at night. But David Carradine brings this into amazing.

If you loved his performance in the Kill Bill movies, this is worth catching at least once.

He must of pulled a lot from that character for Bill.

They have a lot of the same temperaments. Both are drifters who skirt on the boundaries of the law. Both are willing to hurt those who care for them, but both end up having a certain weakness for children.

I also wonder if Quentin saw this movie. When I watched Kill Bill I assumed that the basis of Bill came from obviously 'Kung Fu' but now I am not so sure.

Again, if you have a chance and enjoy David Carradine I would strongly catch this.


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