The Long Road Home (film)

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The Long Road Home
Directed by Craig Clyde
Produced by Bryce Fillmore
David Gowdy
Wayne Lewis
Robert Tremblay
Written by Craig Clyde
Starring Michael Ansara
T.J. Lowther
Mary Elizabeth Winstead
Al Harrington
Craig Clyde
Music by John Scott
Cinematography Gary Eckert
Edited by Lori Petersen
Distributed by GoDigital Media Group
Release date
1999 (1999)
Running time
88 minutes
Country United States
Language English

The Long Road Home is a family 1999 television film, directed and written by Craig Clyde. It stars Michael Ansara, T.J. Lowther and Mary Elizabeth Winstead. The film tells the story of a city boy's life after having to live with his grandparents in a village after his parent's death.


After his mother died, 12-year-old Seth George (T.J. Lowther) goes to live with his grandparents on their farm. Grouchy old Murdock (Michael Ansara) is not very happy with the presence of his grandson and is rather hard on him. He was strongly opposed to the mixed marriage of his daughter and doesn't want to hear anything about Seth's Indian father who died a hero in Vietnam when Seth was still a baby. His grandmother (Sandra Shotwell) on the other hand was very fond of Seth but after a while she passes away. Seth also meets the charming yet sporting Annie Jacobs (Mary Elizabeth Winstead). Seth struggles at the farm with his grumpy grandfather and strives to win Annie's heart at the same time.[1]



Based on 71 user votes, IMDb consizes an average rating of 5.6/10.[2]


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