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Susie Q (1996)

Director: John Blizek

Writers: Shuki Levy; Douglas J. Sloane

Keywords: Comedy

Better than average Disney fare.

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Laura Harris
Actor
20-Nov-1976   Daisy Adair in Dead Like Me
Amy Jo Johnson
Actor
6-Oct-1970   Julie Emrick on Felicity
Shelley Long
Actor
23-Aug-1949   Diane on Cheers
Chris Martin
Actor
17-Jan-1975   Tom Stone
Will Sasso
Comic
24-May-1975   Formerly fat guy on MADtv
Justin Whalin
Actor
6-Sep-1974   Jimmy Olsen on Lois and Clark

REVIEWS

Review by Chelsea D. (posted on 16-Aug-2007)

Suzie Q was one of my favorite Disney movies of all time. It's ridiculous that they took it off air. I would love for my younger siblings to grow up with the kind of Disney that I did, instead of this High School Musical Disney. Not that there is anything wrong with what is airing today, I just think a little bit of the old school classic Disney should be brought back also.


Review by Denise Hinkle (posted on 20-May-2007)

This movie was one of the best movies that i've seen. It has a family finaly getting what they deserve, and a boy getting over a the loss of his father and starting to play basketball again. I don't know why disney took it off the air or why they didn't make a VHS or DVD of it, but they should. There are plenty of people out there looking for that movie but not finding it. Disney came out with some great movies in the ninetys like Wish Upon a Star. all these movies are great but it is so hard finding them...


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