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Second Childhood (1990)

More Winners: Second Childhood (original title)
Mark and his friends discover they've lived before.

Director:

Mario Andreacchio

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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Cameron Bryson Cameron Bryson ... Mark Smalley
Hannah Birdsey Hannah Birdsey ... Annie Upton
Jason Veliskou Jason Veliskou ... Pino
Trent Skipper Trent Skipper ... Rufus
Scott Ellery Scott Ellery ... Daryl Smalley
Peter Fisher Peter Fisher ... Bob
Grant Piro ... Mr. Cruikshank
Jacki Kerin ... Joy Smalley
Lyn Semmler Lyn Semmler ... Mrs Upton
Jo England Jo England ... Therapist
Phyllis Burford Phyllis Burford ... Headmistress
Karen Inwood Karen Inwood ... Journalist
Rory Walker Rory Walker ... Cadet Reporter
Antonietta Morgillo Antonietta Morgillo ... Mrs. Abrozetti
Terry Lindblom Terry Lindblom ... Chopper Pilot
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Storyline

Mark and his friends discover they've lived before. Not only that, they were famous and important people. Mark is elated - his father always wanted him to be "a somebody". Then Mark and the others find they are responsible for several of the world's big problems. So Henry Ford, Queen Victoria, Albert Einstein and Phar Lap set out to make up for what they've done. Never has a school history project been so dangerous, exciting - or hilarious.

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'Captain Johnno' (1988), a movie length film made for television, was the first family and children's feature film directed by director Mario Andreacchio. Previously, he had directed just recently the year before all ten episodes of the family and children's television series 'Pals' (1987). Andreacchio would go on to direct a number of family and children's feature films such as 'Napoleon' (1995), 'The Real Macaw' (1998), 'Elephant Tales' (2006), 'The Dragon Pearl' (2011), and 'Sally Marshall Is Not an Alien' (1999). Andreacchio has also directed family and children's television series such as the 'Second Childhood' episode of the 'More Winners' (1990) series, episodes in the 'Lift Off' (1992-1995) and 'Sky Trackers' (1994) series, and all four episodes of 'The New Adventures of Black Beauty' (1992) mini-series. See more »

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References One of Our Dinosaurs Is Missing (1975) See more »

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Country:

Australia

Language:

English

Release Date:

19 August 1990 (Australia) See more »

Also Known As:

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Color:

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Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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