976-WISH ()


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When college freshman, Brinton Smith discovers a business card with the number 976-WISH inscribed in silver, he is instantly hooked up with Wish Services, an ultra modernized corporation of... See more »

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Dan Brooks ...
Brinton Smith
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Genie / Jean McDonald
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Danielle
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Spade
Michael Hungerford ...
Wendrix
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Haim
Phil Person ...
Judge
Helen Spencer ...
Brinton's Mom
William C. Burch ...
Brinton's Father
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William
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Marge
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Buddy
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Danielle's Pal #1
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Danielle's Pal #2
Larry V. Fugatti ...
Police Officer
Wendi Westbrook ...
Sexy Woman in Car
Christopher Costa ...
Barbeque Nerd
Gregg Fisher ...
Barbeque Nerd
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Barbeque Nerd
Juliette Garrison ...
Nerd
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Barbeque Nerd
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Barbeque Nerd
John Clayton ...
Volleyball Jock
Gregory Colbrook ...
Monk in Waiting Room
Michelle Michaels ...
Woman at Barbeque
Garro Ellis ...
Waiting Room Patron
Sullins Stuart ...
Waiting Room Patron
Rob Vogl ...
Waiting Room Patron
Marc Gregory Zweier ...
Waiting Room Patron
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Trumpet
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Trumpet (as Jesse M. Means)
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Trumpet
John Myers ...
Saxaphone
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Drummer (as Allen Hanslik)
Paul Maselli ...
Guitar
Wayne Hayes ...
Guitar
Mike Perham ...
Guitar
Darren Ortiz ...
Keyboard
Chandler Rice ...
Concert Security
Rhonda Claerbaut ...
Backup Singer
Lora Davis ...
Backup Singer
Sandra Foster ...
Backup Singer
Ingrid Solomon ...
Backup Singer
Michelle Bronson ...
Brinton Groupie
Anna Carli ...
Brinton Groupie
Gina Jourard ...
Brinton Groupie
Heather Schafer ...
Brinton Groupie
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Frankle
Jeffrey E. Poehlmann ...
Brinton Groupie (uncredited)

Directed by

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David L. Bertman

Written by

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David L. Bertman ... ()

Produced by

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David L. Bertman ... producer
Gary Kout ... producer
Eric P. Steckler ... line producer

Music by

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Brian Luzietti

Cinematography by

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Dave Porfiri
James H. Sweeney

Film Editing by

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John Axelrad
David L. Bertman

Editorial Department

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Paul Allia ... colorist

Casting By

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Julie Ashton

Costume Design by

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Gene Barnhart

Makeup Department

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Rosanna Montes ... makeup department head (hair department head)

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

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Melody Fox ... second assistant director
Jari Matala ... first assistant director
Art Ramirez ... second assistant director
Jeffrey E. Poehlmann ... second assistant director (uncredited)

Art Department

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Kris Flanagan ... property master
Jerry Patton ... swing

Sound Department

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P. Moran ... sound supervisor
Chip Mullaney ... sound designer
David Rumsey ... production sound mixer
Paul Rumsey ... boom operator
Jaime Vellve ... re-recording mixer

Stunts

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Peter Prendez ... limo stunt driver

Camera and Electrical Department

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Geraldine Agoncillo ... second assistant camera
Wim Den Boer ... second assistant camera
Kevin Caine ... gaffer
Lewis Chambers ... key grip
Lawrence Grassedonio ... second assistant camera
Chris Lee ... additional photographer
Jennifer Lehr ... gaffer
Alexandre Naufel ... key grip
Nalani Redira ... assistant camera
Robert Schierer ... assistant camera
David Wald ... first assistant camera
Steve Yedlin ... first assistant camera

Costume and Wardrobe Department

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Elizabeth Ennis ... additional wardrobe

Location Management

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Jonathan Persky ... location manager

Script and Continuity Department

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Eda Bierman ... script supervisor

Other crew

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Louis James Hall Jr. ... production assistant
Caz Love ... production associate
Chris Thorndyke ... production assistant
Steven J. Weller ... production assistant

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Plot Summary

When college freshman, Brinton Smith discovers a business card with the number 976-WISH inscribed in silver, he is instantly hooked up with Wish Services, an ultra modernized corporation of unionized Toothfaires, Santa's Helpers and Genies. Assigning a Genie Third Class to his case, the Corporation is unable to grant even the simplest of wishes. Brinton discovers the bittersweet lesson, "it's who you are inside that counts" as his first time Genie discovers the joys and elations of being human. Written by Anonymous

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Taglines Not quite Heaven. Not quite Hell... More like Pittsburgh on a Thursday Afternoon See more »
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  • 976-WISH (United States)
Runtime
  • 42 min
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