Scout's Honor (film)

Scout's Honor is a 1980 American made-for-television comedy-drama film starring Gary Coleman, Katherine Helmond, Wilfrid Hyde-White, Pat O'Brien and Harry Morgan. It was broadcast September 30, 1980 on NBC.

Scout's Honor
GenreComedy
Drama
Family
Written byBennett Foster
Directed byHenry Levin
StarringGary Coleman
Katherine Helmond
Pat O'Brien
Harry Morgan
Music byMike Post
Country of originUnited States
Original language(s)English
Production
Executive producer(s)Jimmy Hawkins
Producer(s)Jim Begg
Nancy Geller
James Ragan
Production location(s)Los Angeles
CinematographyGary Graver
Editor(s)Ed Cotter
Running time100 minutes
Production company(s)Jimmy Hawkins Company
Zephyr Productions
DistributorNBC
Release
Original networkNBC
Picture formatColor
Audio formatMono
Original releaseSeptember 30, 1980

Director Henry Levin died after suffering a heart attack while on location on 1 May.[1]

Plot

Gary Coleman stars as little Joey Seymour, a clever but lonely orphan shuffled from one foster home to the next, who is also determined to be the best Cub Scout ever. Pearl Bartlett (Katherine Helmond) is a hard-working executive who dislikes children, but she must take on a troop of Cub Scouts and become a den mother to save her job.

On an outing, she takes her den to a nearby park where the boys discover a cave and decide to explore. By accident, they cause a "cave-in" and the excitement begins. But little Joey saves the day, and in the process, teaches Pearl the true meaning of caring. Pearl returns the favour as she offers Joey the best gift a deserving orphan could get... she officially adopts him.

Cast

References

  1. Memorial Set for Director H. Levin Los Angeles Times (1923-Current File); Los Angeles, Calif. [Los Angeles, Calif]08 May 1980: sd_a3


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