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A Way Back Home ()

Shuffleton's Barbershop (original title)
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When Norman Rockwell's painting fades into the world of Charlie Shuffleton's barbershop, this classic piece of Americana becomes the center of a small town in Georgia where friends gather,... See more »

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Trey Cole
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Norma Cameron
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Wes Cameron
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Jason Cameron
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Kat Cameron
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Charlie Shuffleton
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Cal Cooper
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Noah Wojchiechowski (as Edward Lee Pilkington Jr.)
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Harold Perkins
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Clyde Barton
Dashiell Pledger-Levine ...
Young Trey Cole
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Rev. Russell Miller
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Chester Ligget
Kenneth A. Boswell ...
Sheriff Ed Anderson
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Al Spanger
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Beverly Wojchiechowski
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Ronnie Clark
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Leslie Anne Cameron (voice)
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Benjamin J. Alexander ...
Pedestrian (as Ben Joyce)
Kristi Booher ...
Patient
Hailey Carter ...
Teen Hailey
Bonnie Cole ...
Doctor
Christopher Cozort ...
Bank Customer
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Concert patron (as Steven Curtis)
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Waitress
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Concert Attendee with Goatee in Trucker Hat
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Pedestrian
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Curmudgeom
Candice Kimbrough ...
Concert Attendee
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Restaurant Patron
Kayla McBrayer ...
Concert Fan and Pedestrian
Alexandra Norris ...
Citizen
Ozzy Ojito ...
Bank Executive
Meredith Lind Reed ...
Pedestian
McKenzie Woodard ...
Girl on Sidewalk
Joseph Allen Cavin ...
Pedestrian (uncredited)
Donald Norris Jr. ...
Concert Fan and Pedestrian (uncredited)
Liz Peavy ...
Extra (uncredited)

Directed by

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Mark Jean

Written by

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John Wilder ... (screenplay)

Produced by

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Mitchell Galin ... producer
Bruce D. Johnson ... executive producer
Fernando Szew ... executive producer
John Wilder ... executive producer

Music by

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Lawrence Shragge

Cinematography by

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Tom Harting

Film Editing by

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Marshall Harvey

Editorial Department

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Jeremy Ball ... post production supervisor
Clark Bierbaum ... colorist
Alex Buchhorn ... assistant editor

Casting By

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Dean E. Fronk
Donald Paul Pemrick

Production Design by

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Jennifer Wynn O'Kelly

Set Decoration by

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Ryan Small

Costume Design by

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Tiffany Verch

Makeup Department

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Katelyn Barton ... assistant makeup artist
Cheri Buttrey-Jenkins ... makeup department head
Lori Zachary ... key hair stylist

Production Management

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Bruce Clark ... production manager

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

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Clint Buckner ... second assistant director
Jeremy Moffett ... second second assistant director

Art Department

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Michael Allred ... set painter
Mike Allred ... set painter
Terry Collins ... art department lead man
Steven 'Trainset' Curtis ... on-set dresser (as Steven Curtis)
Derek B. Davis ... set dresser
Kim Glaesner ... set dresser
Garrett Herzfeld ... graphic designer
J.D. Jacoby ... assistant property master
Rachel Kelly ... set dresser
Scott Matthews ... leadman
Deanna Tilley ... property master
Kara Williamson ... set dresser

Sound Department

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Anthony Short ... re-recording mixer / supervising sound editor

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Jamie Byers ... visual effects supervisor
Brian McCann ... visual effects artist
Tim Vogel ... visual effects artist

Camera and Electrical Department

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Jeremy Ball ... digital image technician
Brent Christy ... electrician
John Errington ... additional electrician
Amanda Michelle Garrett ... second assistant camera (as Amanda Daly)
Tyler Garrett ... dolly grip
Joanne Hock ... camera operator
Jessica Hoffman ... best boy grip
Kristopher Kimlin ... gaffer
Floyd A.B. Rance III ... b camera: first assistant camera
Adam Schaeffer ... grip
Doug Schwartz ... "a" camera operator
Kent Smith ... still photographer: press conference
Jonathan Terpstra ... best boy electric
Josiah Terpstra ... electrician
Laura Thompson ... first assistant camera: additional
Deanna Tilley ... still photographer

Costume and Wardrobe Department

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Jason Blackman ... set costumer
Willa Folmar ... set costumer
Candace Kualii ... costume supervisor

Location Management

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Randy Byers ... location manager
F. Curtis Gaston ... location p.a./goat wrangler
Shannon Lechner ... assistant location manager
Lauren Weingarten ... assistant location manager

Music Department

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Mathew Peluso ... copyist / music editor
Michael Stern ... music recording engineer
Jeff Wolpert ... score mixer / score recording engineer

Other crew

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Jenaleigh Coote ... production assistant
Kurt Holliday ... production assistant
John Loux ... production assistant
Shawn O'Boyle ... production assistant
Marcus Paysour ... production assistant
William Lide Powell ... set production assistant
Lance Resch-Anger ... production assistant
Gene Michael Smith ... key set production assistant
Jeramiah Snyder ... production assistant
Aaron Lee Syrett ... film commissioner
Tim Vogel ... titles artist

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Plot Summary

When Norman Rockwell's painting fades into the world of Charlie Shuffleton's barbershop, this classic piece of Americana becomes the center of a small town in Georgia where friends gather, gossip flows, and age-old memories are kept. Peering in the window, famous country singer Trey Cole is finally returning home after cruelly abandoning the town many years ago and never looking back, even when his brother died serving in the military. Now, realizing he's lost himself along the way, Trey remembers getting his first haircut in the cracked brown leather chair in Charlie's shop, and hopes to find guidance from the man who was a father to him when his own dad, General Wes Cameron, was coldly absent during his childhood. However, as Trey enters the shop and sees Charlie's old friends playing a trio of instruments in the back room, he is surprised when Charlie isn't there and is saddened to hear of his death just a few months prior. With childhood memories flooding his mind about Charlie's constant and loving influence on him as a young boy, Trey knows he must face his own father and the family he hardly knows to honor Charlie's memory and make things right. Written by Hallmark Channel

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Also Known As
  • The Way Back Home (United States)
  • A Way Back Home (United States)
  • Charlie's Friseurladen - Der lange Weg nach Hause (Germany)
  • Sur le chemin du passé (Canada, French title)
  • Il cammino dei ricordi (Italy)
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  • 84 min
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