Eyes of an Angel

Eyes of an Angel

Movie: Eyes of an Angel
Director: Robert Harmon
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MPAA Rating: PG13

Both enemies and a very special friend follow a young girl and her father in flight from ruthless criminals in this drama. Bobby Allen is a small-time crook working as a bagman for the mob in Chicago. When circumstances force Bobby to turn against his brother-in-law — a high-ranking mobster — he realizes Chicago is no longer a safe place for him or his young daughter, and soon they’re on the run to California. A crew of mob enforcers are trailing after Bobby and his little girl before long, but there’s someone else looking for them as well — the girl took in a wounded Doberman who had been used for illegal dogfights and nursed him back to health, and when the dog is left behind, the loyal pooch sets out on a cross-country journey to find his best friend. Filmed in 1991, Eyes of an Angel was not released until 1994, when John Travolta’s career enjoyed a resurgence after the success of Pulp Fiction and the film was made available on home video.

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