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Mother's Day is a 1989 telefilm financed by the Christian Broadcasting Network and aired on May 13, 1989 on their fledgling Family Channel. The film stars Denise Nicholas as a mother trying to prove the innocence of her son, played by Malcolm-Jamal Warner.

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  • Mother's Day is a 1989 telefilm financed by the Christian Broadcasting Network and aired on May 13, 1989 on their fledgling Family Channel. The film stars Denise Nicholas as a mother trying to prove the innocence of her son, played by Malcolm-Jamal Warner. (en)
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  • 1989-05-13 (xsd:date)
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  • United States (en)
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  • Susan Rohrer (en)
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  • English (en)
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  • Mother's Day (en)
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  • Susan Rohrer (en)
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  • 1989-05-13 (xsd:date)
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  • B.W. Sandefur (en)
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  • Mother's Day is a 1989 telefilm financed by the Christian Broadcasting Network and aired on May 13, 1989 on their fledgling Family Channel. The film stars Denise Nicholas as a mother trying to prove the innocence of her son, played by Malcolm-Jamal Warner. (en)
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  • Mother's Day (1989 film) (en)
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  • Mother's Day (en)
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