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A hero's climb [DVD videorecording] Spellbound Pictures presents an Ellipse Programme-Isambard Productions film ; produced by Mark McClafferty, Pamela Edwards McClafferty, Tom Parkison ; written by Vince McKewing ; directed by Bob Swaim..

Contributor(s): McClafferty, Mark | McClaffety, Pamela Edwards | Parkison, Tom | McKewing, Vince | Swaim, Bob, 1943- | Hurt, John, 1940- | Smith, Gregory, 1983- | Strathairn, David | Spellbound Pictures (Firm) | Ellipse Programme (Firm) | Isambard Productions, Ltd | Questar, Inc.
Material type: FilmFilmPublisher: Chicago, IL : Distributed by Questar, [2012]Description: 1 videodisc (94 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in.ISBN: 9781594648199.Subject(s): Veterans -- Maryland -- Baltimore -- Drama | Fathers and sons -- Drama | Courage -- Drama | Friendship -- DramaGenre/Form: Feature films. | Fiction films.DDC classification: 791.43/72 LOC classification: PN1997.2 | .H476 2012
Production Credits: Director of photography, Allen Guilford.
Cast: John Hurt, Gregory Smith, David Strathairn.Summary: John Langer, a crusty old civil engineer, has an arsenal full of memories. Danny Himes is a gifted, spirited athlete with something to prove. Old man Langer and Danny seem an unlikely pair. Their relationship turns from student/mentor to comrades on a quest to free themselves from life's inequities. Danny's father, Earl, who did not serve in World War II, is considered a coward. Danny excels to overcome his father's reputation, but Earl is actually more of a man than the town knows.
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DVD; NTSC.

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John Hurt, Gregory Smith, David Strathairn.

Director of photography, Allen Guilford.

Originally released as a motion picture in 1997 with the title The Climb.

Rating: PG-13.

John Langer, a crusty old civil engineer, has an arsenal full of memories. Danny Himes is a gifted, spirited athlete with something to prove. Old man Langer and Danny seem an unlikely pair. Their relationship turns from student/mentor to comrades on a quest to free themselves from life's inequities. Danny's father, Earl, who did not serve in World War II, is considered a coward. Danny excels to overcome his father's reputation, but Earl is actually more of a man than the town knows.

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