The Secret (1992 film)

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The Secret
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Directed by Karen Arthur
Produced by Craig Anderson
Robert Halmi Sr.
Gerrit van der Meer
Written by Cynthia A. Cherbak
Starring Kirk Douglas
Bruce Boxleitner
Jesse R. Tendler
Music by Fred Karlin
Cinematography Tom Neuwirth
Edited by Kathleen Korth
Distributed by CBS
Release dates
19 April 1992
Running time
120 min (including commercials)
Country United States
Language English

The Secret is 1992 television movie aired on television on 19 April 1992 about a grandfather and his grandson who both struggle with dyslexia. Filmed in Nova Scotia,[1] the film stars Kirk Douglas as the owner of a store who has difficulty with reading and writing, a fact which he hides from everyone. This changes when he realizes his grandson, Jesse (Jesse R. Tendler) suffers from the same difficulties.


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