Amazing Grace and Chuck [DVD] [1987]

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Amazing Grace and Chuck (DVD)  (Enhanced Widescreen for 16x9 TV)  (English)  1987 - Larger Front
  • Amazing Grace and Chuck (DVD) (Enhanced Widescreen for 16x9 TV) (English) 1987
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Amazing Grace and Chuck
When young Chuck Murdock (Joshua Zuehlke) visits a nuclear missile site, he learns that one bomb would destroy the earth in less time than it would take a piece of silverware to drop from his hand to the floor. This information sends the sensitive boy into existential angst. Wondering why anybody should do anything when the world can be destroyed so quickly, and hoping to raise consciousness about nuclear weapons, Chuck quits his Little League team. He gains a little bit of local press. One of those stories is read by NBA star "Amazing Grace" Smith (Alex English), who is so moved by the boy's story that he too quits playing his sport. This produces a great deal of national press, as well as a handful of stars from other sports that decide to join the ranks of Amazing Grace and Chuck. Some powers that be in the sports world, as well as the government, do not look kindly upon these "strikes" and set about to end the movement. Amazing Grace and Chuck came near the end of a cycle of nuclear anxiety films that included Testament, The Day After, and Threads. ~ Perry Seibert, Rovi

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  • Jamie Lee Curtis
    Jamie Lee Curtis - Lynn Taylor
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    Alex English - Amazing Grace Smith
  • Gregory Peck
    Gregory Peck - President
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    Dennis Lipscomb - Johnny B. Goode
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    Lee Richardson - Jeffries

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