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Annie's Point (2005)

Annie's Point (2005)

Annie's Point

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This heartwarming made-for-cable "road" picture begins in Chicago, where widowed grandmother Annie Eason (Betty White, convincingly portraying a 69-year-old while herself in her eighties!) wants to grant the final request of her husband Elliott: To release his ashes from the top of "Annie's Point"--3000 miles away. Embittered over having to manage his late father's business, Annie's son Richard (Richard Thomas) flatly refuses to take her to Annie's Point, so she goes instead with her free-spirited granddaughter Ella (Amy Davidson). Their odyssey turns into a frantic and sometimes funny chase after Annie goes on a gambling spree in Las Vegas, prompting Richard to hotly pursue his mother with the intention of having her institutionalized. Annie's Point made its Hallmark channel bow on January 22, 2005.more
Rating: G
Genre: Drama, Television
Directed By:
Written By: Mike Leonardo
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On DVD: Mar 28, 2011
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RHI Entertainment

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Cast

Betty White
as Annie Eason
Richard Thomas
as Richard Eason
Amy Davidson
as Ella Eason
Ellen Albertini Dow
as Louise Tette
Robert F. Lyons
as Jack Backus
John Dybdahl
as Patrick Weller
Diane Robin
as Brenda Trager
Rebecca Kingler
as Coffee Shop Owner
Garrett Strommen
as Scott Tardy
Frances Bay
as Older Woman
James Keane
as Doug Gordon
Rebecca Switzer
as Lucy Gordon
Jay Underwood
as Officer Webb
Eugene M. Davis
as Pawnshop Owner
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