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When a kindly and miraculous old gentleman comes to a small town in Maine he seems too good to be true. Could it be... Satan? Interesting parallel to Mark Twain's "Man That Corrupted Hadleyburg." Based on a story by Stephen King.
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CastJ.T. Walsh
DirectorFraser C. Heston
Release Date:  1993
MPAA Rating:  R
DVD Release Date:  20th Century Fox Home Entertainment (August 27, 2002)
Runtime:  2hr 0min
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review by . August 17, 2001
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Pros: Sydow & Plummer     Cons: too confusing     The Bottom Line: Depends on how needy you are     Another one of those King books that teeters on the absurd, as most of his movie make-overs do. In a sleepy little town in Maine (I'm thinking Maine has gotta be pretty through with King by now) a neglected store opens to serve your ‘personal needs'. A true case of one quiet little person doing a wayward trick on a hateful lady in town, a …
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