The Boys Next Door (1996 film)

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The Boys Next Door
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Format Drama
Distributed by CBS
Directed by John Erman
Produced by John Erman
Christopher Cook
Written by Tom Griffin (play)
William Blinn (teleplay)
Starring Tony Goldwyn
Music by John Kander
Editing by John W. Wheeler
Production company Hallmark Hall of Fame Productions
Country USA
Language English
Release date 4 February 1996
Running time 100 minutes
"The Boys Next Door"
Hallmark Hall of Fame episode
Episode no. Season 45
Episode 2
Production code 301
Original air date 4 February 1996
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The Boys Next Door is a 1996 television movie based on a play by Tom Griffin which was published in 1983 under the title Damaged Hearts, Broken Flowers and again in 1988 under the title The Boys Next Door. The movie was produced by Hallmark Entertainment as a Hallmark Hall of Fame Movie.


Four mentally-challenged men share a house and are looked after by Jack (Tony Goldwyn), their social worker. The four men try to make sense of a mixed-up world, dealing with everything from runaway rodents to helping Norman, who has a new girlfriend (Mare Winningham). Jack's life with his wife is put on hold, and he feels it's time to let them go.



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