Lily Dale Movie Review 1996

Information and Film Reviews for Lily Dale the Movie

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Nineteen-year-old Horace Robedaux (Guinee) is in Houston to visit his estranged mother Corella (Channing) and sister Lily Dale (Masterson) while his taciturn stepfather Pete Davenport (Shepard) is supposed to be away. Pete dislikes Horace and left the boy behind with relatives when he married Corella and they moved away. Self-centered Lily Dale resents Horace taking away attention from herself and matters only get worse when Pete comes home early and Horace becomes so ill that he can't leave. Set in 1910; Foote wrote the play as a memoir to his father, Horace. Made for TV.

Distribution

Pioneer Entertainment, c/o CDC America, 2265 E. 220th St., Long Beach, CA 90810, Phone: (310)952-2231, Toll-free: 800-526-0363, Fax: (800)843-7332, URL: http://www.pioneer-ent.com

Available on VHS, DVD
Running time 95 minutes.

Cast and Crew

Genres
Family Ties, Period Piece: 1910s, Adapted from a Play, Plays to Film: Horton Foote
Screenplay
Horton Foote
Cast
Tim Guinee, Stockard Channing, Mary Stuart Masterson, Sam Shepard, John Slattery, Jean Stapleton
Cinematography
Don E. Fauntleroy
Director
Peter Masterson
Music
Peter Melnick
Producer
John Thomas Lenox, Irwin Meyer, Peter Crane, Linda Curran Wexelblatt, Showtime, Hallmark Entertainment, Producers Entertainment Group Ltd., Evergreen Entertainment

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