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Everybody's Baby: The Rescue of Jessica McClure (1989) is a dramatic television film for ABC, based on the true story of the rescue of 18-month-old Jessica McClure from a well. It featured, as extras, many participants in the actual rescue and its coverage.
Based on the true story of Jessica McClure, the child who fell in an abandoned water well while playing in her aunt's backyard in Midland, Texas. She was stuck in the well 22 feet down and it took rescuers 58 hours to get her out. There was fear that if they shook the ground too much with machinery they could cause her to fall further down and die. Rescuers managed to successfully excavate alongside the well shaft and bring her to safety.Beau Bridges – Police Chief Richard CzechPat Hingle – Fire Chief James RobertsRoxana Zal – Cissy McClureWill Oldham – Chip McClureWhip Hubley – Robert O'DonnellRobin Gammell – MSHA Investigator Thomas KayeWalter Olkewicz – Police Officer Andy GlasscockRudy Ramos – Police Officer Manny BeltranJack Rader – Public Information Officer James WhiteGuy Stockwell – Bill JonesDaryl Anderson – Richard ArmstrongMills Watson – Charles BolerPatty Duke – Carolyn HenryLaura Loesch – Jessica McClureJennifer Loesch – Jessica McClure
Although it is supposed to be set in Midland, Texas, the entire filming took place in the suburban backyard of Los Angeles, California.
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