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- For the song often called "Day-O", see Banana Boat Song.
|Directed by||Michael Schultz|
|Produced by||Barbara Bernardi
|Written by||Bruce Franklin Singer|
|Music by||Lee Holdridge|
|Edited by||Christopher Holmes|
Steve White Productions
Walt Disney Television
|Distributed by||NBC (USA) (TV) (Original Airing)
Buena Vista Television
Disney-ABC Domestic Television
The return of an imaginary childhood friend, Dayo, helps a woman named Grace through various crises, Grace struggles against her timidity to save her Grandfather's restaurant. The arrival of her imaginary childhood friend spurs her on to success.
- Delta Burke as Grace Connors
- Ashley Peldon as Grace (age 4)
- Elijah Wood as Dayo
- Carlin Glynn as Margaret DeGeorgio
- Charles Shaughnessy as Ben Connors
- David Packer as Tony DeGeorgio
- Fred Dalton Thompson as Frank DeGeorgio
- Caroline Dollar as Cory Connors
- Bekka Eaton as Judith
- Richard K. Olsen as Papa Louie
- Michael Hunter as Man at the Park
- Sherman, Fraser A. (2000). Cyborgs, Santa Claus and Satan: Science Fiction, Fantasy and Horror Films Made for Television. McFarland & Company. p. 47.
- "Day-O (1992)". Rotten Tomatoes. Retrieved 20 May 2017.
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