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One Came Home (2010)

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In 1946, John Mazilli visited Mississippi with a plan to honor his WWII buddies. One town and one family were in for a surprise.

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Credited cast:
Dorv Armour ...
Mississippi bartender
Savannah Bearden ...
Savannah Hodges
George Dudley ...
Roscoe Barber
Julia Ewing ...
Grace Hodges
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Hope Hodges
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Mrs. Barber
Elle Harris ...
Sissy Hodges
Henry Harris ...
Benny
Logan Harris ...
Little Murphy Hodges
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Maggie
Michael Higgenbottom ...
Mover
John Locke ...
Mr. Jenkins
Donald Meyers ...
Partygoer
Precious Morris ...
Mattie
Stephanie Norwood ...
Sherrene Williams
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John Mazilli came to Mississippi in 1946 with an offer and a pledge to the family of a fallen WWII buddy. He was going to raise money to build a statue in Washington, D.C. to honor members of his infantry division. During the course of his stay in this small Mississippi town, Mazilli would guide family members and townspeople to understand life more deeply. And, he would teach himself an even more important lesson. Written by David Tankersley

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southern | promises | intrigue | 1940s | See All (4) »

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He came with a plan. He left with his soul.

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25 April 2010 (USA)  »

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$75,000 (estimated)
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This story is loosely based on a real-life event in the director's family history. See more »

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Slow Dancing
Written by Harry Manfredini and William V. Malpede
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