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The Education of Little Tree (25-Dec-1997)

Director: Richard Friedenberg

Writer: Richard Friedenberg

From novel by: Forrest Carter

Music by: Mark Isham

Producer: Jake Eberts

Keywords: Drama

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Mika Boorem
Actor
18-Aug-1987   The Education of Little Tree
James Cromwell
Actor
27-Jan-1940   Babe, L.A. Confidential
Graham Greene
Actor
22-Jun-1952   Dances With Wolves

CAST

James Cromwell   ...   Granpa
Tantoo Cardinal   ...   Granma
Joseph Ashton   ...   Little Tree
Mika Boorem   ...   Little Girl
Christopher Heyerdahl   ...   Pine Billy
Chris Fennell   ...   Wilburn
and
Graham Greene   ...   Willow John
Leni Parker   ...   Martha
Rebecca Dewey   ...   Dolly
William Rowat   ...   Henry
Robert Daviau   ...   Ralph
Norris Domingue   ...   Mr. Jenkins
Mark Jeffrey Miller   ...   Preacher
Gordon Masten   ...   Politician
Howard Rosenstein   ...   Calf's Owner
Teddy Lee Dillon   ...   Revenuer #1
James Rae   ...   Revenuer #2
Alain Goulem   ...   Revenuer #3
Griffith Brewer   ...   Church Man
Dawn Ford   ...   Church Woman
Lisa Bronwyn Moore   ...   Elisabeth
Larry Day   ...   Mr. Lane
Dean Hagopian   ...   Joe Taylor
Jonathan Stark   ...   Girl's Father
Pauline Little   ...   Mrs. Higginbotham
Peter Colvey   ...   Proctor #1
Michel Perron   ...   Headmaster
Victoria Barkoff   ...   Teacher
Karentiio Phillips   ...   Older Boy
Pierre Boudreau   ...   Pilgrim
Richard Jutras   ...   Indian
Jeff Jeffcoat   ...   Voice of Older Little Tree

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