Horton Foote, Jr. Movies
Horton Foote Jr.
is the second oldest of playwright/novelist Horton Foote
's children. Like his older sister Hallie Foote
Horton Jr. became an actor--and, like Hallie, he made his first professional appearances in films adapted from his father's works. Specifically, he was co-featured with Hallie in 1918
(1984) and On Valentine's Day
(1986), which ran briefly in theaters before being incorporated into a "Horton Foote trilogy." Horton Foote Jr.'s subsequent credits include the 1992 cable-TV adaptation of David Mamet'
s The Water Engine. ~ Hal Erickson, Rovi
A Depression-era inventor finds a way of revolutionizing manufacturing technology and then discovers that this invention has its dark side as well. ~ Tana Hobart, Rovi