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Naomi & Wynonna: Love Can Build a Bridge ()


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Based on the lives of mother-daughter singers the Judds.

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  • Nominated for 1 Primetime Emmy. Another 2 wins & 1 nomination.
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Naomi Judd
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Wynonna Judd
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Larry Strickland
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Polly Judd
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Young Naomi (Diana) Judd
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Ashley Judd
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Michael Ciminella
Joshua Schaefer ...
Brian
Laura Morgan
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Girl in wheelchair
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Early Teen Ashley Judd
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Dolly Parton
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Herself - Narrator (voice)
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Young Ashley Judd
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Glen Judd
Billy Vera ...
Pops / Judd Band
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Michael Ciminella
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Gaylon
Mary-Joan Negro ...
Billie Ciminella (as Mary Joan Negro)
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
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Ralph Emery
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Musician in Cafe
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Redneck
Karlie Brown ...
Toddler Wynonna (Christina) Judd
Kirstie Brown ...
Toddler Wynonna (Christina) Judd
Harold Cane ...
Bellefonte Band member
Martin Davidson ...
Dr. Mitchum (as Marty Davidson)
Nick Faigin ...
Bellefonte Band member
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Professor Ray Morello (as Maxwell Gail)
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Female Newscaster
Trishalee Hardy ...
Child Margaret
Jeannette Kerner ...
Jeannette
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Toddler Ashley Judd
Connell Lund ...
Bellefonte Band member
Leathan Lund ...
Bellefonte Band member
Michael Marich ...
Dwight
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Child Mark Judd (as Nic Roth)
David Schickele ...
Reverend Morton
Jennifer Starr ...
Yvonne
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Donny Yancy
Sandee Van Dyke ...
Young Wynonna (Christina) Judd
Greg Bronson ...
Concertgoer (uncredited)
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38 Year Old (uncredited)
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Reverend Dan Scott (uncredited)
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(uncredited)
Bob Nellis ...
Bellefonte Band member (uncredited)
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Concierge (uncredited)
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Biker Chick (uncredited)
Delisa Sexton ...
Cocktail Waitress (uncredited)
Jeffrey Urbach ...
Troubadour Drummer (uncredited)

Directed by

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Bobby Roth

Written by

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Naomi Judd ... (book "Love Can Build a Bridge") and
Bud Schaetzle ... (book "Love Can Build a Bridge")
 
Rama Laurie Stagner ... (teleplay)

Produced by

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Jon Avnet ... executive producer
C. Tad Devlin ... supervising producer
Greg Griffin ... associate producer
Naomi Judd ... executive producer
Jordan Kerner ... executive producer
Salli Newman ... producer

Music by

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J.A.C. Redford

Cinematography by

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Shelly Johnson

Film Editing by

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Henk Van Eeghen

Editorial Department

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Joe Parisella ... colorist

Casting By

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Kate Kennedy
Molly Lopata

Production Design by

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Stephen Storer

Set Decoration by

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Robin Peyton

Costume Design by

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Grania Preston

Makeup Department

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Raqueli Dahan ... makeup artist
Linda De Andrea ... hair department head
James MacKinnon ... key makeup artist

Art Department

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Nat Bocking ... lead man
Tim Castagnola ... laborer
Don Cinderella ... set dresser
Chris Ubick ... property master
Jeffrey Whitman ... construction coordinator

Sound Department

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Gary Alexander ... supervising sound re-recording mixer
Myron Nettinga ... sound effects editor
Andrew Somers ... adr editor / dialogue editor

Stunts

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Laura Albert ... stunt double

Camera and Electrical Department

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Don Devine ... camera operator

Casting Department

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Lisa S. Beasley ... extras casting

Costume and Wardrobe Department

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Hala Bahmet ... costumer
Lynda Foote ... costume supervisor
Fran Murphy ... costumer

Location Management

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Errol Reichow ... location manager

Music Department

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Tom Bocci ... music instructor (as Thomas Bocci)
Karen Kloack ... music coordinator
Michael T. Ryan ... supervising music editor
John Vigran ... music engineer
Stu Goldberg ... composer: additional music (uncredited)

Transportation Department

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Larry Stelling ... driver

Other crew

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L. Chip Crosby Jr. ... assistant to producer
Jan Evans ... script supervisor
Annie Johnson ... assistant production coordinator
Larry Stelling ... mechanic
Tim Tortora ... assistant accountant
Steve Zukowski ... craft service
B.J. Smith ... key set medic (uncredited)

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Also Known As
  • Love Can Build a Bridge
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  • 118 min
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Did You Know?

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Trivia Bruce Greenwood portrays the stepfather of Ashley Judd (played by Megan Ward). Greenwood later played the husband of Ashley Judd's character in Double Jeopardy (1999). See more »
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