Home at Last Trailer

Home at Last Trailer (1988)

"What he needed most was to be wanted." 15 June 1988 Drama, Family 58 mins

Billy, a streetwise kid from New York City, is sent to Nebraska and is taken in by a Swedish farm family, the Andersons. Initially fearful and resentful, Billy doesn’t fit in, and he clashes with his new family and adoptive father (Frank Converse). Not until a terrible crisis occurs does Billy realize that, for the first time in his life, he truly belongs and is Home At Last.

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Cast

Joel Savani

as Danny

Frank Converse

as Nils Anderson

Crew

International Releases Dates

United States 15 June 1988

Production Companies

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