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The least of these.

Swartzwelder, Rik. (Added Author). Baxter, Edmund. (Added Author). Hodges, Michael. (Added Author). Wall, Tom. (Added Author). Woodrow, Will. (Added Author). Grant, Kathryn. (Added Author). Campolo, Tony 1935- Agnes story. (Added Author). Old Fashioned Pictures (Added Author). Tom Wall, Will Woodrow, Kathryn Grant. (Cast).

Summary

Summary: It's the same old, same old at the local diner. Jim, the owner, hides in the kitchen. The regulars retread old banter. And some new guy sits alone at the counter. Then, a simple idea shatters that dull routine. The same old, same old? Not tonight, not ever again.

Item details

  • Physical Description: 1 videodisc (approximately 20 min.)
    videodisc
  • Publisher: [Canada] : Old Fashioned Pictures, ©2004.

Contents / Notes

General Note: Twenty-minute feature, plus fifty minutes of special features and bonus material.
Based on a true story, The Agnes story, by Tony Campolo.
Title from container.
Creation/Production Credits Note: Written, produced and directed by Rik Swartzwelder ; producer, Edmund Baxter ; composer, Michael Hodges.
Participant or Performer Note: Tom Wall, Will Woodrow, Kathryn Grant.
Target Audience Note:
G: Suitable for general audiences.
Subject: Restoroutes
Courts métrages
Diners (Restaurants)
Short films
Campolo, Tony 1935- Film adaptations
Short films
Diners (Restaurants)
short subjects
Genre: Film adaptations.

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Northwest Georgia Regional Library:
      Calhoun-Gordon County Library
VIDEO LEAST
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31038700166906 CG-VIDEO Available
Statesboro Regional Library:
      Headquarters, Statesboro
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Summary: It's the same old, same old at the local diner. Jim, the owner, hides in the kitchen. The regulars retread old banter. And some new guy sits alone at the counter. Then, a simple idea shatters that dull routine. The same old, same old? Not tonight, not ever again.

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