A Son's Promise Trailer

A Son's Promise Trailer (1990)

"Seven brothers stick together... no matter what." 05 March 1990 Drama, Family 97 mins

This is the touching and true story of an iron-willed Georgia boy who accepts the burden of a man on his young shoulders. Fifteen-year-old Terry O'Kelly (Rick Shroder) is fatherless, and his remaining parent, his mother, is dying. Anguished, the soon-to-be orphan makes a surprising grown-up decision: Terry promises to care for his six brothers and vows to keep the family together - no matter what. Steadfast to his word, Terry takes on the struggles of parenthood, which yields some difficult and unpleasant surprises.

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Cast

Rick Shroder

as Terry O'Kelly

Andrew Lowery

as Tommy O'Kelly

Stephen Dorff

as Charles O'Kelly

Crew

Rondi Davis

Rondi Davis Costume Design

Linda Pearl

Linda Pearl Production Design

International Releases Dates

United States 05 March 1990

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