Summer's End (film)
|Directed by||Helen Shaver|
|Produced by||Gina Matthews
|Written by||Grant Scharbo
|Starring||James Earl Jones
|Narrated by||Victor Garber|
|Music by||Lawrence Shragge|
Summer's End is a Canadian-American 1999 TV movie drama directed by Helen Shaver in her directorial debut. The film tells the story of two teenage brothers and an African-American doctor. The movie revolves in the small town on a lake in Georgia. The film aired on Showtime.
- James Earl Jones as Dr. William 'Bill' Blakely
- Jake LeDoux as Jamie Baldwin
- Brendan Fletcher as Hunter Baldwin
- Wendy Crewson as Virginia Baldwin
- Jonathan Kroeker as Lad Trapnell
- Al Waxman as Grandpa Trapnell
- Andrew Sardella as Alex Rifkin
- R.D. Reid as Henry Whitley
- Gary Reineke as Sheriff Miller
- Patrick McManus as Inspector
- Randy Hughson as Rainey
- Sarah Francis as Erinn
- Victor Garber as Narrator
- "Summer´s End". TCM - Turner Classic Movies. Retrieved 2012-06-20.
- TV Guide. February 26-March 4, 1999. pg. 96.
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