The Soul Collector
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|The Soul Collector|
|Based on||Kathleen Kane (book)|
|Written by||Joyce Brotman|
|Directed by||Michael M. Scott|
|Music by||Dan Foliart|
|Country of origin||United States|
|Executive producer(s)||Marian Brayton|
|Cinematography||Don E. Fauntleroy|
|Running time||93 minutes|
|Production company(s)||Hearst Entertainment Productions|
|Original release||October 24, 1999|
Zach (Bruce Greenwood) is a soul collector: an angel who collects souls to take up to heaven. He is sent to earth to live as a human for thirty days on a Texas cattle ranch. There, he falls in love with ranch owner Rebecca (Melissa Gilbert), a widowed single mother, and influences the lives of her son and the ranch workers.
- Bruce Greenwood as Zacariah
- Melissa Gilbert as Rebecca
- Hilary Duff as Ellie
- Ossie Davis as Mordecai
- Scotty Leavenworth as Danny
- Brent Anderson as Sam Scott
- Buck Taylor as Charlie
- Clayton Adams as Bartender
OK! summed it up: "An angel (Bruce Greenwood) chooses life on Earth as a human being, falls for a widow and is zapped by the emotions that we weepy mortals take for granted. City of Angels! we hear you cry – true, but this is better."
Echo Bridge Home Entertainment announced The Soul Collector on DVD.
- MacDonald, Bruno (May 26, 2000). "Movie choice". OK!.
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