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Come away home

Author: Paul DooleyJordan-Claire GreenMartin MullThomas GibsonGregg RussellAll authors
Publisher: [Fayetteville, AR] : Hannover House ; Beverly Hills, CA : Distributed by Empire Home Entertainment, ©2008, 2005.
Edition/Format:   DVD video : Animation : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Twelve-year-old Annie Lamms parents have decided she should spend the summer with her Grandpa Donald while they enjoy a second honeymoon. Annie is less than enthused, and even more disappointed to discover that Grandpas beautiful house on the beach is a dilapidated wreck filled with a lifetime of junk and clutter. With no friends, no computer and nothing good to eat, Annie is miserable and decides to run-away back  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Feature films
Fiction films
Drama
Material Type: Animation, Videorecording
Document Type: Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: Paul Dooley; Jordan-Claire Green; Martin Mull; Thomas Gibson; Gregg Russell; Sonya Eddy; Kristen Renton; Sal Catalano; David Keith; Lea Thompson; Doug McKean; Stephen M Zakman; Robert D Slane; Hannover House (Firm); Empire Home Entertainment (Firm)
ISBN: 9780979859939 097985993X
OCLC Number: 212909571
Credits: Director, Doug McKeon; story by Stephen Zakman and Robert D. Slane.
Performer(s): Paul Dooley, Jordan-Claire Green, Martin Mull, Thomas Gibson, Gregg Russell, Sonya Eddy, Kristen Renton, Sal Catalano, David Keith and Lea Thompson.
Awards: Winner best picture: International Family Film Festival ; Official selection: Kids First! Film Festival ; Award of Excellence: Film Advisory Board.
Target Audience: Rated PG.
Description: 1 videodisc (ca. 102 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in.
Details: DVD ; Region 1 encoded ; stereo.
Responsibility: Empire Home Entertainment and American Family movies presents a Stephen M. Zakman production in association with High Tide Entertainment.

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Twelve-year-old Annie Lamms parents have decided she should spend the summer with her Grandpa Donald while they enjoy a second honeymoon. Annie is less than enthused, and even more disappointed to discover that Grandpas beautiful house on the beach is a dilapidated wreck filled with a lifetime of junk and clutter. With no friends, no computer and nothing good to eat, Annie is miserable and decides to run-away back to her home in New York City. But fate -- and Grandpa -- intervene and show Annie that there s much more to life than shopping or internet blog sites. She learns the real value of family and friends and learns to see beyond the surface of life.

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