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Young Lori Anderson lost her father in a plane crash. While her mother appears to be picking up the pieces of her life, Lori isn't. She is resentful of every decision that her mother makes from selling the family horse farm to a... See more »

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Lori Anderson
Nancy Addison ...
Betty Anderson
Tom Shea ...
Terry Stockton
Rick Weber ...
Alec Peiski
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Paul Bart
James Congdon ...
Dr. Brailet
Kaylan Pickford ...
Glora Stockton
Bill Bonecutter ...
Policeman
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Georgina (as Missy Brennen)
Peter Cain ...
Hospital Orderly
Stuart Cole ...
Paramedic
Eric Duffield ...
Hospital Orderly
John Evans ...
Rev. Bart
Shira Flam ...
Sandy
James Louis Fleming ...
Pathologist
Reverend Holt ...
Herself
Judy Leak ...
Tonya
Susan Lowden ...
Desk Nurse
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Ralph Stockton
Marilyn Rockafellow ...
Nurse
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Margie (as Lisa Shue)
Earl Sydnor ...
Groom
Gail Weed ...
Clerk in Dress Shop

Directed by

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Robert Wiemer

Written by

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Robert Wiemer ... (original story)
Robert Wiemer ... (screenplay)

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Ned Kandel ... executive producer
Glenn Kershaw ... producer
Robert Wiemer ... producer

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Paul Baillargeon

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Glenn Kershaw

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Peter Hammer

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Patrick McNeive ... assistant film editor

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Ruth Ammon
Richard Hoover

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Carla White ... hair stylist / key makeup artist

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Jeff Block ... unit manager
Deborah Dawson ... production manager
Dale Glickman ... executive in charge of production (as Dale F. Glickman)
Christian Alexander Morán ... post-production manager (as Christian Alexander Moran)

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Bill Benware ... boom operator
Jack Cooley ... dubbing mixer: Magno Sound
Elliot Deitch ... sound effects editor
Jorge Silva ... sound transfer engineer
Marshall Wiemer ... location sound

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Tom Anderson ... best boy (as Thomas Anderson)
Stephen Barrow ... head gaffer
Jeff Lundy ... second grip
Steve Ramsey ... key grip
Eric Swanek ... assistant camera

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Paul Baillargeon ... conductor
Claude Demers ... original score and songs recorded by

Script and Continuity Department

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Marilyn Zitner ... continuity

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Francis Conlon ... production secretary
Deborah Dawson ... title designer
Henry Glovatsky ... food service
Ned Kandel ... presenter
Hayes Nixon ... production accountant
Bill Slack ... ambulance provided by
Travis Slaughter ... automotive safety supervisor (as Patrolman Travis Slaughter)
Bryan Unger ... production assistant
Rhonda Wright ... assistant horse trainer
Sherry Wright ... horse trainer
Crew believed to be complete

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Young Lori Anderson lost her father in a plane crash. While her mother appears to be picking up the pieces of her life, Lori isn't. She is resentful of every decision that her mother makes from selling the family horse farm to a relationship with the local sherrif. Lori doesn't know what to do and turns to her father's journals filled with psychology and metaphysics for answers. One day, a client coming to see about the boarding of his horse, crashes in a plane with his best friend. The friend manages to escape tragedy, but the client, Terry Stockton, dies in the accident. However, Lori can see and actually touch the supposedly dead Terry after she finds him in the woods. After some struggle, Lori comes to believe that she is meant to help Terry. With the aid of her father's journals and Terry's best friend, they try to find out why Terry's spirit hasn't crossed over. A complication then develops in the situation when Lori and Terry begin to fall for each other. Lori has a riding accident and tries to join Terry in the afterlife. It is then that the reason why Terry had trouble passing on, and the secrets of her father's journals are revealed... Written by C.D.

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Also Known As
  • Jossakin huomenna (Finland)
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  • 91 min
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Trivia Sarah Jessica Parker made her Broadway debut at the age of 11 in the 1976 revival of The Innocents, before going on to star in the title role of the Broadway musical Annie in 1979, first in the small role of "July" and then succeeding Andrea McArdle and Shelley Bruce in the lead role of 'Annie' beginning March 1979. Parker held the role for a year. See more »
Movie Connections Features Topper (1937). See more »
Soundtracks Tell Me Why See more »
Quotes Terry Stockton: I guess I am dead.
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