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George Malley lives in a small town and is well-liked. One day he sees a strange flash of light in the sky and his life is radically changed. George has mysteriously become highly intelligent.

Director:

Ken Olin

Writers:

Gerald Di Pego (characters), Gerald Di Pego
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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Christopher Shyer ... George Malley
Terry O'Quinn
Helmar Augustus Cooper ... (as Helmar Cooper)
Gina Tognoni ... Officer Claire
Stoney Westmoreland
Eric Keenleyside
Ken Pogue
Lawrence Dane
Claudette Mink ... Lace Pennamin
Jill Clayburgh ... Norma Malley
Peter Coyote ... John Ringold
Alejandro Abellan ... Tito
Carmen Aguirre ... Customer from Ecuador
James Ashcroft ... Sheriff Aaron
Koenraad Beugelink Koenraad Beugelink ... Military Police
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George Malley lives in a small town and is well-liked. One day he sees a strange flash of light in the sky and his life is radically changed. George has mysteriously become highly intelligent.

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Country:

Canada | USA

Language:

Spanish | English

Release Date:

1 November 2003 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Fainomeno 2 See more »

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Sound Mix:

Stereo

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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Final acting role of Walter Marsh. See more »

Connections

Version of Phenomenon (1996) See more »

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Where is the TV Series?
20 November 2010 | by john-shannon-903-426510See all my reviews

While this TV movie is based on Phenomenon (starring John Travolta), and while a lot of the lines are the same, I did find the original movie quite sad and without hope. I think we need to see more hope in "TV movies" and "movies" in general. This was a very positive movie on every level. Like "a beautiful life" it touched on the connectedness of all things, and that our brains are hardly ever utilized to its full extent. Liked the spin on relationships - with the Autistic child "Jay", how George understood and could get through to him, when so many could not. Would have loved to have seen this become a TV series - its not too late for it to happen - with say someone like th SciFi channel (syfy), who pick up series like this when many other channels don't. (Surface was one such example). This movie went further than the original so to that extent its both a remake and a sequel.


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