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The Masterpiece... A Toymakers Dream (1995)

Not Rated | | Family | Video 25 January 1995
From the opening scene's fiery rebellion to the spectacular finale, The Masterpiece... A Toymakers Dream has the makings of a contemporary classic. Impact Productions' moving allegory tells... See full summary »

Director:

Andrea Jobe

Writer:

Colin Harbinson
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Cast

Credited cast:
JoHanna Burton JoHanna Burton ... Little Bo Peep
Heather Michelle Goble Heather Michelle Goble ... Apprentice / Sprial
Hope Elizabeth Harrell Hope Elizabeth Harrell ... Apprentice / Squares
Roger Nix Roger Nix ... Toymaker's Head Apprentice
Ryan Stafford Ryan Stafford ... Toymakers Son
Aaron Vokoun Aaron Vokoun ... Prince
Terrance Willis Terrance Willis ... King Kat
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From the opening scene's fiery rebellion to the spectacular finale, The Masterpiece... A Toymakers Dream has the makings of a contemporary classic. Impact Productions' moving allegory tells a story of love, hope and dreams as the Apprentices anxiously await the unveiling of the Masterpiece designed by the Toymaker and his son. The dream is shattered when the jealous Chief Apprentice attempts to steal the design and build the Masterpiece himself. Banished from the presence of the Toymaker, the evil Chief Apprentice plats revenge, even if it means destroying the beloved Masterpiece. Written by Anonymous

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Genres:

Family

Certificate:

Not Rated
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Details

Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

25 January 1995 (USA) See more »

Filming Locations:

Tulsa, Oklahoma, USA

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Budget:

$75,000 (estimated)
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Company Credits

Production Co:

Impact Productions LLC See more »
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Technical Specs

Sound Mix:

Dolby SR

Color:

Color
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Good Movie
24 March 2005 | by dcepierceSee all my reviews

Very good interpretation of the biblical Story. I enjoy it. I had the opportunity to see it live on stage the first time and it was wonderful. I have shown it to my classes for the past couple of years and they have all enjoyed watching it as well. It does a good job of interpreting the gospel story from creation to the Easter story. The music is nice, the dancing real exciting (and fun to watch). The use of it as toys, though seems to misrepresent the idea of us as humans, that we Arel merely toys. We are not toys, but are able to do things on our own. I do realize it is a part of the movie and is just an interpretation, but people could get the wrong idea.


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