Sleepless in Seattle, TriStar Pictures presents a Gary Foster production ; screenplay by Nora Ephron and David S. Ward and Jeff Arch ; story by Jeff Arch ; produced by Gary Foster ; directed by Nora Ephron
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  • Sleepless in Seattle, TriStar Pictures presents a Gary Foster production ; screenplay by Nora Ephron and David S. Ward and Jeff Arch ; story by Jeff Arch ; produced by Gary Foster ; directed by Nora Ephron
Main title
  • Sleepless in Seattle
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  • TriStar Pictures presents a Gary Foster production ; screenplay by Nora Ephron and David S. Ward and Jeff Arch ; story by Jeff Arch ; produced by Gary Foster ; directed by Nora Ephron
Language
  • eng
Summary
  • On Christmas Eve, psychologist Marcia Fieldstone asks her radio audience to share their dreams for the holiday season. Eight-year-old Jonah calls in from Seattle, with a wish for his dad to find a new wife. Mom died a year-and-a-half ago. Baltimore Sun reporter Annie Reed also hears the broadcast, when Jonah's architect father Sam gets on the air. Sam talks about the magical moment he met his wife and instantly knew that she was the right one. Despite the fact that she is engaged to Walter, Annie feels drawn to Sam. She's not the only one. Some 2000 women from all across the country send letters to the man they know as "Sleepless in Seattle." Jonah picks Annie's out of the mail, sensing that she is the right one to be his new mother. It takes Sam a little longer to catch on
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  • videorecording
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  • MPAA rating: Rated PG for some language;, Canadian Home Video Rating: Rated PG
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  • videorecording
OCLC Number
  • 53371893
Other event information
  • Originally produced as an American motion picture in 1993
Runtime
  • 105
Table of contents
  • Start -- Annie & Walter -- "You & Your Emotions" -- Sam & Dr. Marcia -- Staff meeting -- Lunch with Becky -- New Year's Eve -- Claire's problem -- Mail call -- Sleepless in Baltimore -- Tiramisu & swatches -- "H.N.G." -- Back in the saddle -- "An Affair to Remember" -- Researching Sam Baldwin -- Sign language -- Victoria -- Closet case -- Annie's field trip -- A letter from Sam? -- "The Dirty Dozen" -- Annie & Walter in N.Y. -- N.Y. -- Empire State Building -- In pursuit -- Walter's sacrifice -- Reunited -- Destiny fulfilled
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  • general
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  • live action
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