Savannah Smiles

Savannah Smiles is a 1982 family film directed by Pierre De Moro and starring Bridgette Andersen, Donovan Scott, Mark Miller, who also wrote the film for the screen, Peter Graves, and Barbara Stanger.wikipedia
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Bridgette Andersen

Savannah Smiles is a 1982 family film directed by Pierre De Moro and starring Bridgette Andersen, Donovan Scott, Mark Miller, who also wrote the film for the screen, Peter Graves, and Barbara Stanger.
She starred in 1982's Savannah Smiles, for which she received her first of four Youth in Film Award nominations.

Mark Miller (actor)

Mark Miller
Savannah Smiles is a 1982 family film directed by Pierre De Moro and starring Bridgette Andersen, Donovan Scott, Mark Miller, who also wrote the film for the screen, Peter Graves, and Barbara Stanger.
He is best known for his roles as Bill Hooten in Guestward, Ho!, Jim Nash in Please Don't Eat the Daisies TV series and Alvie in the movie he wrote and produced, Savannah Smiles.

Donovan Scott

Savannah Smiles is a 1982 family film directed by Pierre De Moro and starring Bridgette Andersen, Donovan Scott, Mark Miller, who also wrote the film for the screen, Peter Graves, and Barbara Stanger.
Savannah Smiles (1982) as Boots

Peter Graves

Peter Graves (Peter Aurness)
Savannah Smiles is a 1982 family film directed by Pierre De Moro and starring Bridgette Andersen, Donovan Scott, Mark Miller, who also wrote the film for the screen, Peter Graves, and Barbara Stanger.

Ken Sutherland

Ken Sutherland (born 1939) is a composer, lyricist, playwright and artist who has written songs and scores for a number of movies, including the award-winning Savannah Smiles.

Carol Wayne

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She landed roles in several films, including Gunn, The Party (both directed by Blake Edwards), Scavenger Hunt, Savannah Smiles and Surf II.

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Savannah Smiles is a 1982 family film directed by Pierre De Moro and starring Bridgette Andersen, Donovan Scott, Mark Miller, who also wrote the film for the screen, Peter Graves, and Barbara Stanger.

United States Senate

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Her father Richard is a candidate for the United States Senate and is more concerned with his public image than he is with his daughter.

Our Gang

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Feeling sad and motivated by an old episode of Our Gang, Savannah decides to run away during a trip to the park with her aunt and cousin, and leaves a note before she flees.

Salt Lake City

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Parts of the film were shot in Salt Lake City and Provo Canyon in Utah.

Provo Canyon

Parts of the film were shot in Salt Lake City and Provo Canyon in Utah.

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Parts of the film were shot in Salt Lake City and Provo Canyon in Utah.

Savannah (actress)

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Wilsey reportedly took her stage name from Savannah Smiles (1982), a movie she enjoyed.

The Stage Names

"Savannah Smiles" is a song that deals with the life and death of Shannon Wilsey, a pornographic actress known by her stage name, Savannah, which was taken from the 1982 film, Savannah Smiles. The bonus track, "(Shannon Wilsey on the) Starry Stairs," is intended to be a sequel to "Savannah Smiles."

Christmas Mountain

Starring Mark Miller of Savannah Smiles and Slim Pickens in one of his final roles, the film was originally produced and released in 1981.

Campo, Colorado

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The town was used as a location for a scene in the 1982 film Savannah Smiles.

Amphicar

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Amphicar appears in the films Rotten to the Core (1965), The Sandwich Man (1966), The President's Analyst (1967), Inspector Clouseau (1968), The Laughing Woman (1969), Savannah Smiles (1982), Pontiac Moon (1994), and in the episode 5 of season 4 of The Avengers (Castle De'ath, 1965).

Lynn Borden

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Other film appearances include Bob & Carol & Ted & Alice (1969), Black Mama White Mama (1973), Breezy (1973), Dirty Mary, Crazy Larry (1974), Savannah Smiles (1982) and Hellhole (1985).