Foxfire Light

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Foxfire Light
Foxfire Light.jpg
Film poster
Directed by Allen Baron
Produced by
Written by Janet Dailey
Starring
Music by Les Hooper
Cinematography Thomas E. Ackerman
Edited by Michael Pozen
Distributed by Ramblin' Film
Release date
1982
Running time
102 minutes
Country United States
Language English

Foxfire Light is a 1982 American romance drama film written by Janet Dailey and directed by Allen Baron. Starring Leslie Nielsen, Tippi Hedren, Faye Grant, Barry Van Dyke, and Lara Parker, it is based on a romantic by Janet Dailey,[1] featuring the story of a young woman who starts a romance with a cowboy in the Ozarks.[2]

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  • Leslie Nielsen as Reece Morgan
  • Tippi Hedren as Elizabeth Morgan
  • Faye Grant as Joanna Morgan
  • Barry Van Dyke as Linc Wilder
  • Lara Parker as Rachel Parmelee
  • John Steadman as Jesse
  • Burton Gilliam as Deke
  • Mike Coffett as Ezekiah
  • Irene Coger as Old Biddy
  • Stephen E. Grant as Ted
  • Lonnie Hoppers as Banjo Player
  • Newell Looney as Fiddle Player
  • Ed Marshall as Ned
  • Hal Meadows as Airport Cop
  • Joe MacFerron as Boy in Car
  • Erin McGuire as Waitress
  • Nelia Sanders as Tanya
  • A.J. Simmons as Ozark Ticket Agent
  • Kevin Thomas as Chef
  • Michael T. Webb as Ezzard

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