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Developing Sheldon (2002)

| Drama | 2002 (USA)
Sheldon's cancer has him navigating around his loving, but very dysfunctional family, providing comic relief as he follows his life's passion for photography. Left at the alter, he begins ... See full summary »

Director:

Terre Weisman

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Terre Weisman
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Cast

Credited cast:
Linda Amendola Linda Amendola ... Elizabeth
Bobby DiVito Bobby DiVito ... Robbie
Monica Farrington Monica Farrington ... Sylvia Wexler
Ryan Gaul ... Sheldon
David Ian David Ian ... Murray Wexler
JoJo ... Young Elizabeth (as Joanna Levesque)
Kevin Foster McCarthy ... Fred - Camera Store Owner
Tom Seiler Tom Seiler ... Rabbi
Cynthia Tocci ... Carol
Karen Wallingford Karen Wallingford ... Tammie
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Sheldon's cancer has him navigating around his loving, but very dysfunctional family, providing comic relief as he follows his life's passion for photography. Left at the alter, he begins to realize that he's been in love with his best friend Elizabeth, since childhood. A race against time, "Developing Sheldon" asks "Is it ever too late to find true love?" Written by Terre Weisman

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Is it ever too late to find true love?

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Drama

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

2002 (USA) See more »

Filming Locations:

New Hampshire, USA

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Budget:

$100,000 (estimated)
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Creative Balance Films See more »
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