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Here's to Life! (2000)

Owen is the head administrator of an old age home in Washington. One day, a resident discovers he is cheating on his taxes, and orders that Owen takes him and two others on a road trip to ... See full summary »

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Arne Olsen

Writer:

Arne Olsen
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2 wins & 14 nominations. See more awards »

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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Eric McCormack ... Owen Rinard
James Whitmore ... Gus Corley
Kim Hunter ... Nelly Ormond
Ossie Davis ... Duncan Cox
Marya Delver ... Carley
Margaret Ryan Margaret Ryan ... Crystal
Tyler Labine ... Malcolm
Sarah Hayward ... Joyce
Eileen Barrett ... Arlene
Linda Darlow ... Loretta
George Touliatos ... Bruno
Lillian Carlson ... Cora
Charles Martin Smith ... Ned
Mark Malone Mark Malone ... Bartender
Arne Olsen Arne Olsen ... Beefy Guy
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Owen is the head administrator of an old age home in Washington. One day, a resident discovers he is cheating on his taxes, and orders that Owen takes him and two others on a road trip to British Columbia. While there, they try to break him from his cynical, businessman mold by setting him up with a waitress, among other things. Written by Jess-24 <dadroog@hotmail.com>

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Drama

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Country:

Canada

Language:

English

Release Date:

18 September 2000 (Canada) See more »

Also Known As:

Old Hats See more »

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Stereo

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Color
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Final film for both Kim Hunter and Barney O'Sullivan. See more »

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Dumb Ol' Heart
Written and performed by Michael Bublé
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Quiet and family friendly.
19 May 2011 | by gfish-58-61739See all my reviews

Watched the film being made (worked across the lane from the 'institute' it was filmed at and down the street from the guest house'). Great family movie with a great cast of actors from our parents generation. Waited for 11 years to get a copy of this film and I will make sure my 20 something kids get a copy. With any luck we will all get to the stage in life the characters get to. Well made without pulling the 'heart strings' too much. Locations shots are realistic and the scenery is fantastic. This class of movie is sadly fading from the screen but it does have its audience. I dedicate this to Uncle Walter who live at the 'instituete' for 20 years until being reintroduced to the community.


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