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Director  Merlin Miller
Country  United States
5.6/10 IMDb

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Language  English
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Release date  United States: June 13, 1998 (DVD)
Writer  Merlin Miller, Sandy Dillbeck, Woody P. Snow
Tagline  A heart-rending tale of hope and struggle.

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

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Following his brother's death, a musician returns home to the farm. He intends to sell it, but over the course of his visit, develops an appreciation for the hands-on, old-style method of farming that goes on there. As he spends more time on the farm, he begins to suspect that his brother's death might not have occurred the way he'd first thought, and that foul play might have been involved. A heart-rending drama of love, loss, and the value of family, A Place to Grow will touch your heart. Starring stage and screen stalwart, Wilford Brimley (The Natural, In & Out).

Plot

Upon his brothers death, a recording artist returns to his hometown to sell the family farm.

Synopsis

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

Cast

  • 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
  • Juice Newton as Centennial Singer
  • Steve Wariner as Centennial Singer
  • John Hornsby as Centennial Singer
  • R.J. Burns as Scott Walker
  • Michelle Tennis as Michelle
  • Soundtracks

  • "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)
  • "Lauras 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 G.I.D. 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 OHara, 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)
  • References

    A Place to Grow Wikipedia
    A Place to Grow IMDb A Place to Grow themoviedb.org


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