Ice Angel (On Thin Ice: Going for the Gold) (2000)

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When popular hockey player Matt Clerk dies before his time, he is promptly reincarnated as an Olympic-level figure skater. Only one problem: In his new incarnation, "he" has become a "she" -- Sarah Bryan by name. Retaining his macho-masculine sensibilities despite his curvaceous female frame, the hero (heroine?) has a lot of maturing to do before he's able to go for the gold. Aaron Smolinski plays the protagonist before the metamorphosis, while Nicholle Tom is seen as the "reborn" Sarah. Also in the cast are real-life skating stars Tara Lipinski and Nancy Kerrigan (and please note how no cracks are being made about broken limbs). Made for cable, Ice Angel was first telecast by the Family Channel on March 5, 2000.
Rating:
NR
Genre:
Comedy , Drama , Kids & Family
Directed By:
In Theaters:
 wide
Runtime:
Studio:
Fox Family Channel

Cast

Alan Thicke
as Coach Parker
Gwynyth Walsh
as Mrs. Bryann
Delores Drake
as Nurse Lyme
Rosalynn Sumners
as Figure Skater Commentator #1
Andrew Johnston
as Mr. Bryann
Michael Rogers
as Reporter Jay
Robert Thurston
as Dr. Phillips
Peter Carruthers
as Commentator
Peter Caruthers
as Figure Skater Commentator #2
Dolores Drake
as Nurse Lynne
Andrew Ross
as Pee Wee Mathew
Judy Tylor
as Danielle
Paul Barsant
as Commentator #1
Carla Boudreau
as Stephanie
Rosalyn Sumners
as Commentator
Rob Bruner
as Front Desk Clerk
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