300 Miles for Stephanie (1981)

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The daughter of a police officer in San Antonio, Texas is gravely ill. So he promises to walk over 300 miles to a sanctuary, in order to obtain God's help to cure Stephanie, his daughter.

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12 May 2006 | rhoward-14
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| Will Bring Tears of Heartbreak and Joy
In my view, this is Tony Orlando's Best Acting Role, playing the Father of a Little Girl stricken with a Terminal Disease. He implores God to Please Let Me Have Her to Love Her Just a Little Bit Longer, and doggedly determines to Run 300 Miles to Pray for his Daughter at a Religious Temple. A Wonderful Film, as he sets out alone and is eventually joined by a throng of hundreds of well-wishers and supporters, who show him little acts of kindness in his undeniable Quest. This Movie is a Triumph of Love. It demonstrates the unquenchable human spirit of a Father, determined to help defeat his own despair, if only to have a chance at a miracle of beating his daughter's illness.

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