Frank sells $30,000 worth of his antiques to an antique dealer for $10,000 in order to pay back Hannah for the money she loaned him to help him pay back her mother. It is a cold, wet day ... See full synopsis »

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Frank Parrish
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Sy 'Bubba' Weisberger
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Hanna Griffin (as Daphne Maxwell Reid)
Francesca P. Roberts ...
Anna-May
Frances E. Williams ...
Miss Marie
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Bertha Griffin-Lamour
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Big Arthur
Charles Lampkin ...
Tiger Shepin
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Reverend Tyrone Deal (credit only)
William Thomas Jr. ...
Cool Charles
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Shorty
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Jennifer
Jorga Caye
Ted Hayden ...
Mr. Ruiz
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Brandon
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Frank sells $30,000 worth of his antiques to an antique dealer for $10,000 in order to pay back Hannah for the money she loaned him to help him pay back her mother. It is a cold, wet day near Christmas. Frank asks Bubba to invite him to his mothers house for Shabbat. After the ceremony, "well all sit around talkin about why Im not married," Bubba says. Tiger introduces Frank to his Uncle Ray, who only visits once a year near Christmas, and doesnt yet know that his older brother, Franks father, has died. He tells Frank he travels the world without ever stopping anywhere for more than a few months. He also tells Frank how hard he tried to impress his older brother without ever succeeding. At the end of the program, Uncle Ray returns home to his wife and children and his job as a postman in McComb, Mississippi (the world travels were made-up). Bubbas mother tells him he killed his father by not marrying and having children, so Bubba announces that he and Frank are gay lovers; later in ...

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14 December 1987 (USA)  »

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Merry Christmas, Baby
Written by Johnny Moore (uncredited) and Lou Baxter (uncredited)
Performed by Johnny Moore's Three Blazers (uncredited)
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