Dear Frankie

(2004) PG-13

Q: When Does "Dear Frankie" Come out on DVD? A: The official US DVD release date for "Dear Frankie" has been set for July 5, 2005.

Dear Frankie

Synopsis:

Nine-year-old Frankie and his single mum Lizzie have been on the move ever since Frankie can remember, most recently arriving in a seaside Scottish town. Wanting to protect her deaf son from the truth that they’ve run away from his father, Lizzie has invented a story that he is away at sea on the HMS Accra. Every few weeks, Lizzie writes Frankie a make-believe letter from his father, telling of his adventures in exotic lands. As Frankie tracks the ship’s progress around the globe, he discovers that it is due to dock in his hometown. With the real HMS Accra arriving in only a fortnight, Lizzie must choose between telling Frankie the truth or finding the perfect stranger to play Frankie’s father for just one day…

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Complete Movie Details

Run time 105 min
Theater Release Date January 14, 2005
DVD Release Date July 5, 2005
Actors Gerard Butler, Emily Mortimer, Jack McElhone, Sean Brown, Jayd Johnson, Sophie Main, Sharon Small, Katy Murphy, Anna Hepburn
Director Shona Auerbach
Writer(s)
Studio Miramax
MPAA PG-13 (Rated PG-13 for language)
Gross $1,340,891
Genre(s) Drama, Romance
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