Day-O (film)

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For the song often called "Day-O", see Banana Boat Song.
Day-O
Directed by Michael Schultz
Written by Bruce Franklin Singer
Starring Delta Burke
Elijah Wood
Music by Lee Holdridge
Cinematography Isidore Mankofsky
Edited by Christopher Holmes
Release date(s) May 3rd 1992
Running time 88 Minutes
Country USA
Language English

Day-O is a 1992 family TV-movie about an imaginary childhood friend "Dayo" who returns to the adult Grace, (played by Delta Burke) helping her through various adult crises. It was an early acting role for Elijah Wood. Grace is challenged by her own timidity to save her Grandfather's restaurant. Only the arrival of her imaginary childhood friend spurs her on to success.

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