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Henry Landis
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Emily Landis
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Jake Hoyt
Lauren Taylor ...
Lindsey Merrick
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Trent Merrick
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Dwight
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Alan Landis
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Suzanne Landis
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Rose
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May Landis
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When college-bound Emily Landis moves from the city to her Grandpa's country home, she is expected to take care of Lucky, her late Grandma's horse, and makes it her mission to show the light of Christ to her grieving Grandpa. Struggling, Emily is befriended by a local named Jake. When the two discover Emily's Grandma died searching for hidden treasure, the pair attempt to find the rare gold coin that has eluded treasure hunters for decades. A tale of love, adventure, and intrigue LUCKY'S TREASURE is a powerful reminder that things long lost might still be found today.

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Christian hegemony

Evidently "family" is a euphemism for "Christian," as if the Christian religion has a monopoly on family. This movie is very contrived and not worth the $1.62 I paid at Redbox. The acting is really bad and the story is very predictable indicating a lack of imagination on the creator's part. Pure Flix Entertainment (stylized as PURE|FLIX) is an American independent Christian film and television studio, headquartered in Scottsdale, Arizona. They appear to appose the Johnson Amendment and cater predominantly to the home-school population.


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