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Jewel ()


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In the 1940s a 40-year-old woman with four healthy children gives birth to a girl with Down syndrome.

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Jewel Hilburn
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Leston Hilburn
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Cathedral
Ashley Wolfe ...
Brenda Kay Hilburn - Age 16
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Wilman Hilburn (Age 18-26)
Peter Donaldson ...
Nathan White
Laura Mercer ...
Brenda Kay Hilburn (Age 8-9)
Kelly Harms ...
Burton Hilburn (Age 19-27)
Ron Payne ...
Dr. Basket
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Annie Hilburn (Age 19)
Natalie Radford ...
Raylene Hilburn (Age 22-30)
Sonia Lynn Kerr ...
Brenda Kay Hilburn (Age 4)
Alexis Vandermaelen ...
Annie Hilburn (Age 3-4)
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Raylene Hilburn (Age 14)
Kyle Fairlie ...
Burton Hilburn (Age 11)
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Wilman Hilburn (Age 10)
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Annie Hilburn (Age 7-11)
Ardon Bess ...
Nelson
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Sarah
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Matthew Cross
Isabella Fink ...
Elaine Cross
Toby Proctor ...
Gene
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Nancy Tindle
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Larry Tindle
Geoffrey Bowes ...
Dr. Beaudry
Dylan Harman ...
Dennis (Age 9)
Kenny Freeman ...
Dennis (Age 16)
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Mrs. Hamby
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May
Jayne Bickmore ...
Rachel
Stacia Langdon ...
Olivia
Lori Cooke ...
Sammy
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Gower Cross
Simon Richards ...
House Buyer
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PE Teacher (uncredited)
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Nancy (uncredited)
Marvin Karon ...
Bank Officer (uncredited)
Roger McKeen ...
Furniture Store Manager (uncredited)
Julie Watson ...
Dr. Basket's Nurse (uncredited)

Directed by

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Paul Shapiro

Written by

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Bret Lott ... (novel)
 
Susan Cooper ... (teleplay)

Produced by

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Chris Chrisafis ... co-producer
Terry Gould ... producer
Paul A. Kaufman ... executive producer
Helene Lynn-Nash ... co-executive producer
Andrew Somper ... co-producer

Music by

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Jonathan Goldsmith

Cinematography by

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Frank Tidy ... director of photography

Film Editing by

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Neil Grieve
Geoffrey Rowland

Editorial Department

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Tim Ellison ... editor: video post-production: Soho, UK
Colin Peters ... colorist: video post-production: Soho, UK
Amanda Powell ... post-production coordinator

Production Design by

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Guy Lalande

Art Direction by

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David Ferguson

Set Decoration by

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Jeff Fruitman

Costume Design by

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Antoinette Messam

Makeup Department

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Debi Drennan ... key makeup artist
Lori Lofchick ... assistant hair stylist
Mela Murphy ... hair stylist: Miss Fawcett / makeup artist: Miss Fawcett
Regan Noble ... key hair stylist
Joan Chell ... makeup artist (uncredited)
Regan Noble ... hair designer (uncredited)

Production Management

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Eric Norlen ... executive in charge of production
Helene C. Valinsky ... production manager
Douglas Wilkinson ... post-production supervisor
Kimberly A. Dickens ... production supervisor: second unit (uncredited)

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

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Pix Black ... second assistant director
Steve Webb ... first assistant director
Brian Backman ... trainee assistant director (uncredited)
Sarah Buell ... third assistant director (uncredited)

Art Department

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Shauna Van Sickle ... key scenic artist
Garry Honcharuk ... property master (uncredited)

Sound Department

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Fred Brennan ... dialogue and adr editor / supervising sound editor (as Fred Brennen)
Steph Carrier ... re-recording mixer
Michele Cook ... adr editor (as Michelle Cooke)
Mark McNeilly ... boom operator
Rick Penn ... sound recordist
Donna Powell ... foley artist
Mike Ross-Trevor ... sound recording engineer (as Mike Ross Trevor)
Orest Sushko ... re-recording mixer
Robert Warchol ... sound effects editor (as Rob Warchol)
Bob Costanza ... sound effects editor (uncredited)
Erik Culp ... foley mixer (uncredited)
G. Michael Graham ... supervising sound editor (uncredited)

Special Effects by

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Derek Liscoumb ... special effects technician (uncredited)

Stunts

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Scott Alan Cook ... stunt double (uncredited)
Angelica Lisk-Hann ... stunt double: Cicely Tyson (uncredited)
John Stoneham Jr. ... stunt coordinator (uncredited)

Camera and Electrical Department

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Terry Banting ... gaffer (as Terry J. Banting)
Tony Guerin ... camera operator
Machie Kulpa ... dolly grip (as Machi Kulpa)
David McNichol ... best boy electric (as Dave McNicoll)
Gerry Mendoza ... grip: daily
Dean Stinchcombe ... first assistant camera
Helen Bone ... electrician (uncredited)
Roger Bowden ... generator operator (uncredited)
Brooke Palmer ... still photographer (uncredited)
John Pogue ... electrician (uncredited)
David Riding ... electrician (uncredited)

Casting Department

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Jon Comerford ... casting: Canada
Kay Denver ... additional casting
Mary Jo Slater ... casting: USA
Larissa Giroux ... casting associate (uncredited)
Marissa Richmond ... additional casting: Toronto (uncredited)

Costume and Wardrobe Department

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Derek Ursacki ... production assistant: Farrah Fawcett's hair, make-up and wardrobe tests (uncredited)
Liz Walter ... extras dresser (uncredited)

Location Management

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Robin Brinsmead ... location manager (as Robin Rockett)
Ron McKenzie ... location assistant (as Ronald McKenzie)
Marc J. Ventimiglia ... location manager: second unit (uncredited)

Transportation Department

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Brian Cann ... transportation coordinator (as Brian T. Cann)
George Ploszczansky ... driver: Farrah Fawcett (uncredited)

Other crew

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Grimur 'Gim' Ardal ... script supervisor
Wayne Godfrey ... on-set supervisor
Linda Lockett ... production coordinator
Pamela Hackwell ... contact lens technician (uncredited)
Linda McKenney ... production assistant (uncredited)
George Ploszczansky ... personal security: Farrah Fawcett (uncredited)

Production Companies

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Distributors

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  • CBS (2001) (United States) (tv) (original airing)

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Storyline

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Plot Keywords
Taglines The world refused to help her special child... but she never gave up hope. See more »
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Additional Details

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Also Known As
  • Un amour infini (France)
  • Todo por ella (Spain)
  • Ékszer (Hungary)
Runtime
  • 120 min
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Did You Know?

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Goofs Jewel removes Brenda Kay's hair ribbon from her hair before her bath, then after a camera switch the ribbon is back in her hair. See more »

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