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A Touch of Hope (1999)





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This made-for-TV feature is based on the true story of Dean Kraft, who worked within the traditional medical community as a hands-on healer. Discovering his unique gift at an early age, Kraft (played as an adult by Anthony Michael Hall) is reluctant to utilize his healing talents, agreeing to do so only under emergency conditions. Even when he comes to terms with his abilities, Kraft must face the often hostile skepticism of "mainstream" doctors and caregivers. The story reaches a melodramatic apex when Kraft attempts to bring a doubting doctor's daughter out of a coma. Scott Davis Jones' teleplay is careful to neither fully confirm nor flatly deny Kraft's healing prowess, permitting viewers to draw their own conclusions. A Touch of Hope made its NBC network debut on October 10, 1999.


Alan Rosenberg
as Dr. Rohan
Abraham Benrubi
as Neil Bachman
Fay Masterson
as Rochelle
Brooke Johnson
as Helen Rohan
Nancy Beatty
as Margaret
Stephanie Moore
as Carla Munson
Tim Progosh
as Joshua Peterson
Jesse Reilly
as Ryan Kraft
Charlie Reilly
as Ryan Kraft
Lynne Griffin
as Nurse Beatrice
Russell Yuen
as Jon Tan
Stefanie Samuels
as Clinic Nurse
Robert Thomas
as Paramedic
Adam Arcuri
as Young Davey Kraft
Jeffrey Peel
as Young Dean Kraft
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