The Soul Collector

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The Soul Collector
Based onKathleen Kane (book)
Written byJoyce Brotman
Directed byMichael M. Scott
StarringBruce Greenwood
Melissa Gilbert
Hilary Duff
Ossie Davis
Scotty Leavenworth
Brent Anderson
Music byDan Foliart
Country of originUnited States
Original language(s)English
Executive producer(s)Marian Brayton
Anne Carlucci
Producer(s)Bill Scott
CinematographyDon E. Fauntleroy
Editor(s)Andrew London
Running time93 minutes
Production company(s)Hearst Entertainment Productions
Original networkCBS
Original releaseOctober 24, 1999 (1999-10-24)

The Soul Collector is a 1999 American made-for-television romantic fantasy-drama film directed by Michael M. Scott.


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.



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."[1]

DVD release[edit]

Echo Bridge Home Entertainment announced The Soul Collector on DVD.


  1. ^ MacDonald, Bruno (May 26, 2000). "Movie choice". OK!.

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