Family Collection: 4 Movies, Vol. 3 [DVD]

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Long Road Home
From director Craig Clyde (The Legend of Wolf Mountain), this coming-of-age melodrama centers on an adolescent boy named Seth (T.J. Lowther) who finds himself orphaned after the death of his widowed mother. With nowhere else to go, Seth moves in with his curmudgeonly grandfather, much to the old man's chagrin. After a shaky start, the duo begin to form a bond and build a life together. Michael Ansara and director Clyde also star. ~ Matthew Tobey, Rovi

Little Heroes
In this inspiring family drama, a little girl has only her beloved dog Fuzzy to protect her from the slings and arrows tossed at her and her impoverished family by their self-righteous small-town neighbors. Her father is a farmer who can barely scrape by in trying economic times and they are unable to provide young Charley the finer things her friends receive. She does not dress as well as her peers and is teased for it. Still the girl's spirit is strong and her heart is good. When she saves the life of an old farmer she teaches the town a valuable lesson about courage and real moral values. ~ Sandra Brennan, Rovi

587: The Great Train Robbery
Dan T. Hall's family-friendly film 587: The Great Train Robbery begins with a boy named Alex accidentally guiding his soapbox racecar through a fence. On the other side he discovers an abandoned locomotive engine. Although the plans are for the old train to be scrapped, Alex attempts to save it with assistance from an old train engineer and his pet pooch. Soon every kid in town is part of the plan. ~ Perry Seibert, Rovi

Pets to the Rescue

Cast & Crew

  • T.J. Lowther
    T.J. Lowther - Seth
  • Michael Ansara
    Michael Ansara - Grandfather
  • Mary Elizabeth Winstead
    Mary Elizabeth Winstead
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