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Director  Drew Denbaum
Initial release  1984 (USA)
Screenplay  Drew Denbaum
Language  English
7.3/10 IMDb

Genre  Drama
Music director  Lincoln Mayorga
Duration  
Country  United StatesIceland
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Writer  Drew Denbaum, John Gardner
Cast  Heather Langenkamp (Callie Wells), Michael Cole (Henry Soames), Grace Zabriskie (Ellie Wells), Patrick Cassidy (Willard Freund), Don Beddoe (Doc Cathey)
Similar movies  The Sea (2002), White Night Wedding (2008), Children of Nature (1991), Noi the Albino (2003), Devils Island (1996)

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Nickel Mountain is a 1984 drama film produced in Iceland and the United States written and directed by Drew Denbaum. It stars Michael Cole, Heather Langenkamp, Patrick Cassidy, Grace Zabriskie, and Brian Kerwin. The movie is based on the novel of the same title by American novelist John Gardner.

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Plot

Henry Soames owns a rural diner, and has befriended Willard Freud and Callie Wells. One day Willard and Callie get the news that Callie is pregnant, and Willard leaves her. Henry takes in Callie, and helps her through the pregnancy. They fall in love and get married. All is going well until Willard is back from the road and wants the baby.

Cast

  • Michael Cole as Henry Soames
  • Heather Langenkamp as Callie Wells
  • Patrick Cassidy as Willard Freund
  • Brian Kerwin as George
  • Grace Zabriskie as Ellie Wells
  • Don Beddoe as Doc Cathey
  • Ed Lauter as W.D. Freund
  • Cotter Smith as Trucker
  • Harry Northup as Frank
  • Julia Montgomery as Delivery Nurse
  • Liz Sheridan as Reception Nurse
  • Peter Hobbs as Dr. Costard
  • Release

    The film had a limited release in Tulsa, Oklahoma.

    Home video release

    Nickel Mountain was released to videotape in the mid 1980s.

    References

    Nickel Mountain Wikipedia
    Nickel Mountain IMDb