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A Place to Grow

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A Place to Grow aka Moissons du coeur, Les France French TV title is a 1998 drama film written and directed by Merlin Merle Miller123

Contents

  • 1 Plot
  • 2 Synopsis
  • 3 Cast
  • 4 Soundtracks
  • 5 References
  • 6 External links

Plotedit

Upon his brother's death, a recording artist returns to his hometown to sell the family farm

Synopsisedit

After moving back home to the farm after his brother's death, a musician and his family begin to suspect that the brother's death may not have been accidental, and that a local businessman may be involved

Castedit

  • Gary Morris as Matt Walker
  • Tracy Kristofferson as Cheryl Shuler
  • John Beck as Paul Shuler
  • Nikki Dunaway as Laura Shuler
  • Wilford Brimley as Jake
  • Boxcar Willie as Carl Betz
  • Woody P Snow as Bill Carlson
  • Ed Mosher as Pastor at the cemetery
  • David C Henry as behind the scenes camraman
  • David C Henry Sr as a walkby in the livestock show scene
  • Max Lawmaster as a person in the restaurant scene
  • Ed Marshall as Dan
  • Sandy Lowe as Linda
  • Marilyn Harper as Peg
  • Gerry Cooney as 4H judge
  • Juice Newton as Centennial Singer
  • Steve Wariner as Centennial Singer
  • John Hornsby as Centennial Singer
  • RJ Burns as Scott Walker
  • Michelle Tennis as Michelle

Soundtracksedit

  • "A Place to Grow", written by Steve Wariner, performed by Gary Morris, courtesy of Steve Wariner Music BMI
  • "Where Were You", written by Gary Morris and Jeff Rea, performed by Gary Morris and Juice Newton, courtesy of Logrhythm Music BMI
  • "Big Ole Black Guitar", written by Chuck Glass, Jim Glass, and Mike Lamb, performed by John Hornsby, courtesy of Logrhythm Music BMI
  • "Empty", written by Gary Morris and Jeff Rea, performed by Gary Morris, courtesy of Logrhythm Music BMI
  • "Symptoms of Love", written by Jon McElroy and Craig Karp, performed by Juice Newton, courtesy of Logrhythm Music BMI
  • "A Month of Blue Mondays", written by Craig Karp and Dave Gibson, performed by Steve Wariner, courtesy of Logrhythm Music BMI
  • "The Land", written by Jeff Rea and Jon McElroy, performed by Marty Raybon, courtesy of Logrhythm Music BMI
  • "Laura's Song", written by Dottie Moore and Jeff Rea, performed by Gary Morris, courtesy of Logrhythm Music BMI
  • "Amazing Grace", arranged and performed by Gary Morris
  • "The Window", written by Jon McElroy and Stan Munsey, Jr, performed by Gary Morris, courtesy of Logrhythm Music BMI and Royalhaven Music, Inc BMI
  • "Back on the Tractor", written by Jon McElroy and Tony Mullins, performed by Matt King, courtesy of Logrhythm Music BMI and GID Music, Inc ASCAP
  • "Never Did Say Goodbye", written by Jeff Black, performed by Lisa Brokop, courtesy of Warner-Tamberlane Publishing Corp
  • "Bidding America Goodbye", written by Jamie O'Hara, performed by Tanya Tucker, courtesy of Sony Songs, Inc/Eiffel Tower Music BMI
  • "For Your Love", written by Joe Ely, performed by Chris LeDoux, courtesy of Sony Songs, Inc/Eiffel Tower Music BMI

Referencesedit

  1. ^ Place to Grow, A – overview, Turner Classic Movies
  2. ^ Filmcom, production information Archived July 25, 2008, at the Wayback Machine
  3. ^ "A Place to Grow" The New York Times 

External linksedit

  • Saint Louis Post Dispatch
  • Film and production informations at cinematheaipoliscom
  • film overview at hollywoodcom at the Wayback Machine archived October 18, 2007
  • A Place to Grow on IMDb
  • A Place to Grow at Rotten Tomatoes

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