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I Live With Me Dad (1985)

I Live With Me Dad
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I Live with Me Dad is a 1985 TV movie, produced by Crawfords Australia. It is about a six-year-old who lives with his destitute father. Based on a true story, it follows the street adventures of a father and son and his unconventional upbringing. A heart warming film that explores the extraordinary bond between a father and his son, amidst the pressures and emotions of those who would separate them.

Sid McCall is down on his luck. His greatest friend is his son Crispy and together they share all the joys and disappointments that street life can bring. Although only 6 years old, Crispy mixes easily with the street people, who share a common fellowship that always unites them during times of trouble.

It was based on a true story.

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