In 1899, Mandie's life changes when her Cherokee friends help her escape to a mansion that holds the hidden secrets of her past and the key to her future.

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Joy Chapman, Owen Smith
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Dean Jones ... Jason Bond
Lexi Johnson ... Amanda / Mandie Shaw
William Yelton William Yelton ... Joe Woodard (as William Smith Yelton)
Amanda Waters Amanda Waters ... Polly
Gezell Fleming ... Aunt Lou
Adam Boyer ... Jim Shaw
Angela Oberer ... Etta Shaw
Martin Thompson ... Zach Hughes
Shayne Kohout Shayne Kohout ... Gaynelle Snow
Dave Blamy ... Bayne Locke
Brandi Nicole Feemster Brandi Nicole Feemster ... Liza
Craig Reuben Craig Reuben ... Uncle Ned
Mary McQuaig Mary McQuaig ... Young Mandie
Steven St. Gelais ... Young Joe
Lauren Gibson Lauren Gibson ... Young Irene
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In 1899, Mandie's life changes when her Cherokee friends help her escape to a mansion that holds the hidden secrets of her past and the key to her future.

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G
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Final film of Dean Jones. See more »

Goofs

40 minutes or so in Mandie hands the Lamp to Polly who holds her hand over the glass, if it were a real lamp she would have burnt her hand. See more »

Connections

Followed by Mandie and the Forgotten Christmas (2011) See more »

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Decent film worth watching
3 January 2020 | by wingodsayssoSee all my reviews

This is a movie based on the popular Christian book series Mandie. This film is about Mandy trying to discover whether or not she has an inheritance and along the way what her family heritage really is. Yes she finds out she is part Native American. But, it's not too difficult for me to see her as the quarter Native American she is even with the blonde hair since her father was half white and half Native American and her mother was full 100% German. I am half Dutch myself and the rest is a mix. I look full blown Dutch though. Overall, the acting is moderately good. Dean Jones, of course, is amazing and his performance is top notch. Every scene with Dean steps up a bit from the rest. The scriptwriting and/or editing did leave some key details out which made it somewhat difficult to follow at times but the stories predictability helps with that lol. I do wish that the casting of the Native American actors had been better. Overall, it is a fun story with beautiful scenery and some intrigue that young tween girls will especially love.


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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

2009 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Mandie e il tunnel segreto See more »

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Budget:

$750,000 (estimated)
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1.85 : 1
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