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The Lost & Found Family ()


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Formerly wealthy widow must move in with the lower middle-class foster family living in a house she owns in order to establish residency prior to selling it.

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Ester
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Ramona
Jeff Portell ...
Tony
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Justin
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Crystal (as Regan Lamb)
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Teri
Erin Patterson ...
Jasmine
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Max
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Jon Garrett
Bruce Taylor ...
Judge Washington
Michael Wells ...
Franklin
Syvonne ...
Old Woman
Bob King ...
Mr. White
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Stephanie
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Pawn Shop Owner
Teri Carpenter ...
Monica
Justin Carpenter ...
Travis
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Probation Officer
Della Cole ...
Doctor
Stan Patterson ...
Cab Driver
Tonya Stoneman ...
Judge's Secretary
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Clerk
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Adult Jasmine

Directed by

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Barnet Bain

Written by

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Terry Collis ... (writer)
 
Jeff Ross ... (writer)
 
Anna Waterhouse ... (writer)

Produced by

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Martha Almond ... executive producer
Bobbie Collis ... producer
Terry Collis ... producer
David E. Harshbarger ... associate producer
Jeff Ross ... associate producer (as Jeffrey Ross)

Music by

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Nuno Malo

Cinematography by

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Brian Gunter

Film Editing by

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Ellen Goldwasser

Casting By

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Kimberly Smith Holt
Jo Ann Smith

Set Decoration by

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Heather Bowers
Sam Hill
Cindy Van Dusen

Costume Design by

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Linda N. Robinson

Makeup Department

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Teresa Foshee ... makeup department head
Taylor Knight ... hair department head

Production Management

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Bobbie Collis ... production manager
Katie Willard Troebs ... production supervisor

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

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T.S. O'Kelly ... first assistant director
Heath Reece ... second assistant director
John Scott II ... second second assistant director

Art Department

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Sammy Ray Hill ... set dresser

Sound Department

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Tom Beach ... sound mixer
Aron Siegel ... boom operator

Camera and Electrical Department

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Mike Akins ... key grip
Reid Andrews ... best boy electric
Bill Bennett ... grip
Hugh Braselton ... second assistant camera
James Cheshire ... best boy
Quantrell D. Colbert ... still photographer
Brandon Davis ... electrician
Bret Lanius ... first assistant camera: "b" camera
Laura Macdonald ... grip
Tully McCulloch ... gaffer
Jim McKinney ... camera operator (as Jim A. Mckinney)
Tom Pritchard ... electrician (as Tom Prichard)
Ross Sebek ... first assistant camera: "b" camera
Joe Thomas ... first assistant camera
Cris Toebben ... company electrician / electrician
Charles Veal ... dolly grip

Costume and Wardrobe Department

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Kelly Brennan ... set costumer
Kristen Mansour ... costumer
Heather Sease ... assistant costume designer

Transportation Department

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Keith N. Collis ... transportation coordinator
Chuck Graydon ... driver
Ron Hurd ... driver
Oranz Walker ... driver
Sharon Williams ... driver

Other crew

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Al Boyce ... craft service
Megan Graham ... script supervisor (as Megan H. Graham)
Samuel Jerome Johnson ... set production assistant
Barrett Pitner ... video and computer playback operator
Lynda Reynolds ... catering chef
Lynda J. Reynolds ... chef assistant
Michael Reynolds ... chef/caterer
Sia Sapoundjieva ... production secretary
Jake Smith ... office production assistant
Eleanor Stone ... tutor: on-location
Jamie Vecanski ... set production assistant

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Storyline

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Plot Summary

Due to finances that weren't as solid as she thought, the sudden death of Ester Hobbes' affluent husband leaves her with nothing but a boarding house in Georgia as her only untouched asset. The stipulation is that she must immediately move in and establish residency. This she does with the thought of moving in, systematically moving its residents out and selling, but it turns out that the residents are a struggling Christian couple fostering five orphaned and/or abandoned kids - all of whom don't want Ester there, and leaving Ester wondering what to do next. Written by statmanjeff

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Also Known As
  • The Lost & Found Family (United States)
Runtime
  • 91 min
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Did You Know?

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Quotes Ester: Justin, I need your help.
Justin: [singsongy] I'm busy.
Ester: [singsongy in return] I'm not asking.
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