Lassie (1994 film)
Lassie 1994 release movie poster
|Directed by||Daniel Petrie|
|Produced by||Lorne Michaels|
|Written by||Eric Knight
|Music by||Basil Poledouris|
|Editing by||Steve Mirkovich|
|Distributed by||Paramount Pictures|
|Release dates||July 22, 1994|
|Running time||94 minutes|
The Turner family moves from the big city (Baltimore, Maryland) to the rural countryside in Tazewell County, Virginia, hoping to start a new life. The move creates problems for everyone, especially 13-year old Matt (Tom Guiry), who feels lost and alone in his new surroundings. But with the help of a stray Collie dog named Lassie that the family takes in, Matt learns to adjust and the two form an unbreakable bond.
- Howard as Lassie
- Tom Guiry as Matthew Turner
- Helen Slater as Laura Turner
- Jon Tenney as Steve Turner
- Brittany Boyd as Jennifer Turner
- Frederic Forrest as Sam Garland
- Richard Farnsworth as Len Collins
- Michelle Williams as April Porter
- Joe Inscoe as Pete Jarman
- Yvonne Brisendine as Mrs. Jarman
- Clayton Barclay Jones as Josh Garland
- Charlie Hofheimer as Jim Garland
- Jody Smith Strickler as Mildred Garland
- Margaret Peery as Mrs. Parker
- David Bridgewater as Customer
- Earnest Poole, Jr. as Highway Patrolman #1
- Jeffrey H. Gray as Highway Patrolman #2
- Robert B. Brittain as Grommet Fireman
- Rick Warner as Timid Neighbor
- Kelly L. Edwards as Smoking Girl
- Jordan Young as Smoking Boy
- Katie Massa as College Student
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