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The Runaway (2002)

 -  Short  -  19 April 2002 (USA)
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Set in San Francisco at the end of the depression, "The Runaway", is a fable about a homeless man named Henry Blossom who is unexpectedly befriended by a nine-year old runaway girl named ... See full summary »

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Cast

Credited cast:
Nick Amado ...
Street Performer
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Mrs. Blossom
Dallas Faulkner ...
Mrs. Whitaker
Richard Francis ...
Henry Blossom
Allison Rabkin Golder ...
Daughter #1
John Angell Grant ...
The Cop
Margot Krindel ...
Daughter #2
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Detective
Christopher Corey Smith ...
Mr. Whitaker
ZuZu Snyder ...
Lillie Whitaker
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Set in San Francisco at the end of the depression, "The Runaway", is a fable about a homeless man named Henry Blossom who is unexpectedly befriended by a nine-year old runaway girl named Lillie Whitaker. A partnership forms and a friendship blossoms, as the two become a successful street-performing duo. Meanwhile, both the police and Lillie's rich and powerful father J.W. Whitaker and socialite mother, search for their abducted daughter. Written by Brandon Clay Thomas

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