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      A Place to Grow

      1995 1h 37m Drama List
      Reviews 80% Audience Score 100+ Ratings After his brother's death, a wandering country singer returns home and must decide whether to sell the family farm. Read More Read Less

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      Audience Member I worked on the crew of this film, it was the only film my Dad ever got involved with that I worked. Gary Morris, our star, was terrible. Tracy Kristopherson, daughter of Kris, was wonderful. The show was stolen by Niki Dunnaway, the little girl, and by, believe it or not, BoxCar Willie, he was GREAT. Then there is John Beck, one of the most UNDERrated actors in history, he's played villians on SO many friggin tv shows, he is a great actor, person & friend. It also marked the motion picture appearance of one of the worst actors in history, local DJ, Woody P Snow, a talentless oaff, with delusions of celebrity. Can't say enough great things about 90% of the crew, they were wonderful. Peter Wolf was our Cinematographer, he is deaf, which made him THAT much more gifted for his craft. Overall it was a great experience making a film here in my home of the Ozark Mountains. I just wish y'all could see the LONG version, it is SO much better. Although I don't think much of Gary Morris the actor, he is one hell of a singer and musician, we also had Juice Newton and John Hornsby who were great, with a very special appearance by Steve Wairner. Got an albumn up on my page, check'em out ! Rated 3.5 out of 5 stars 01/15/23 Full Review Audience Member excellent quality film you expect to find at wal-mart in the dollar film section where i got my copy.hearwarming storyline. Rated 5 out of 5 stars 02/02/23 Full Review Read all reviews
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      Synopsis After his brother's death, a wandering country singer returns home and must decide whether to sell the family farm.
      Director
      Merlin Miller
      Genre
      Drama
      Original Language
      English
      Runtime
      1h 37m
      Sound Mix
      Surround