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Steven Spielberg 's bittersweet romantic fantasy, starring
Richard Dreyfuss Holly Hunter
John Goodman
Daredevil pilot Pete Sandich believes feisty
Dorinda Durston will be his girl for always. Then he dies, and things change, not least for
Pete who returns to earth to be an unseen mentor to young flyer Ted Baker. As if that is not difficult enough, Pete learns that Ted is in love with the grieving Dorinda.
Audrey Hepburn appears in one of her last acting roles.
(1989) Stereo Subtitled
SEE FILMS pages 25-30


Unknown: Steven Spielberg
Unknown: Richard Dreyfuss
Unknown: Holly Hunter
Unknown: John Goodman
Unknown: Pete Sandich
Unknown: Dorinda Durston
Unknown: Ted Baker.
Pete Sandich: Richard Dreyfuss
Dorinda Durston: Holly Hunter
AlYackey: John Goodman
Ted Baker: Brad Johnson
Hap: Audrey Hepburn
Dave: Roberts Blossom
Powerhouse: Keith David
Nails: Ed van Nuys
Rachel: Marghel Genberger
Fire boss: Dale Dye
Alex: Brian Haley
Charlie: James Lashly
Grey: Michael Steve Jones

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