Tuck Everlasting / Tuck Everlasting

DVD info
Title: Tuck Everlasting
Original Title: Tuck Everlasting
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Country: United States United States
Region: R1-US
Category: Live Action
Genre: Drama, Family, Fantasy
Release Date: 25-02-2003
Year: 2002
Aspect Ratio: 2.35:1 Anamorphic Widescreen
Length: 90 Minutes
Packaging: White keepcase
Insert: Yes
Number of DVD's: 1
Chapters: ???
Dolby Digital 5.1: English
Subtitles: English for the hearing impaired, French, Spanish
Publisher: Walt Disney Pictures, Beacon Pictures, Scholastic Productions, Jane Startz Productions, Everlasting Pictures
Distribution: Buena Vista Home Entertainment
ISBN: 0-7888-4192-0
UPC: 786936205794
Catalog Number: ???
Spine Number: ???
DVD: • Single-sided, dual-layered disc
• DVD-9
Mint Marks Sample: ???
Walt Disney Pictures' TUCK EVERLASTING, a timeless and enchanting adventure about one girl's magical summer, will captivate audiences of any age. Young Winnie Foster, stifled by the formality of her proper life and domineering mother, escapes into the woods only to get lost. Soon she happens upon Jesse Tuck -- a boy full of life and adventure who's unlike anyone she's ever met -- and falls in love. The Tucks, a kind and generous family, have a powerful secret -- a spring that holds the magic of everlasting life. And now Winnie must choose to live life as she knows it or drink from the spring. It's a life-affirming adventure that will cast its irresistible spell over you again and again.
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Alexis Bledel - Winnie Foster
William Hurt - Angus Tuck
Sissy Spacek - Mae Tuck
Jonathan Jackson - Jesse Tuck
Scott Bairstow - Miles Tuck
Ben Kingsley - Man in the Yellow Suit
Amy Irving - Mother Foster
Victor Garber - Robert Foster
Kosha Engler - Miles' Wife
Richard Pilcher - Constable
Bradley Coryell - Lead Mill Boy
John Badila - Baker
Julia Hart - Sally Hannaway
Naomi Kline - Beatrice Ruston
Kathryn Kelley - Mrs. Hannaway
Brigid Cleary - Mrs. Ruston
Sean Pratt - Young Pastor
Kyle Prue - Sore Loser
Neal Moran - Lounge Tender
Irving Jacobs - Old Timer
Robert Lewis - Night Deputy (as Robert Logan)
Jean Schertler - Grandmother Foster
Dominic Angelella - Bernard Price
Theresa Flynn - Mrs. Price
Elizabeth McNamara - Maid
Steve Walker - Card Player
Maurice Philogene - Bouncer
Kelly McDaniel - Young Anna (Age 8)
Reeny Eul - Young Anna (Age 11) (as Reeny Eal)
Jordin McDaniel - Young Anna (14) (as Jordan McDaniel)
Beau Russell - Beau (Age 3)
Dillion Gardner - Beau (Age 8)
Charlie Cooper - Beau (Age 11)
Lester Horn - Driver at Croquet Game
Cynthia Webb - Cook / Maid (as Cynthia Webb-Manly)
Stephen Szibler - Dinner Guest
Sam De Crispino - Dinner Guest
Tom McNutt - Dinner Guest
Helen E. McNutt - Dinner Guest (as Helene McNutt)
Megan Cooper - Dinner Guest
Mac McLure - Dinner Guest
Matthew R. Staley - Dinner Guest (as Matthew Staley)
Tamara Carter - Dinner Guest
Elisabeth Shue - Narrator (voice)
Robert Randolph Caton - Searcher (uncredited)
Bob Colletti - Vigilante (uncredited)
Peter Epstein - Vigilante (uncredited)
Rick Kain - Store Clerk (uncredited)
Lauren Levitt - Party Guest (uncredited)
Michelle Mulitz - Natalie Foster (uncredited)
- Audio Commentary With Director Jay Russell And Cast Members Jonathan Jackson, Alexis Bledel, And Scott Bairstow
- Audio Commentary With Jay Russell And Screenwriter James Hart
- "Lessons Of Tuck" -- Viewing Mode That Couples The Movie With Opportunities To Explore The Film's Themes And Issues With Jonathan Jackson, Other Cast Members, And Regular Kids
- "A Visit With Natalie Babbitt" -- Featurette With The Novel's Author
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