The Home Coming Trailer

The Home Coming Trailer (1996)

"Peer pressure ... The need to belong ... Choices" 01 January 1996 63 mins

A boy is sent to a small town high school to complete his senior year.

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Cast

Jeremy Peter Johnson

as Jordy Rembrandt

Anthony Mockus Sr.

as Dean Staverman

G. Riley Mills

as Wally Crowder

Billy Graham

as himself

Tony Mockus Jr.

as Officer Bradley

International Releases Dates

United States 01 January 1996

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