If You Could See What I Hear

If You Could See What I Hear

name = If You Could See What I Hear
caption = "If You Could See What I Hear" VHS cover
director = Eric Till
writer = Derek Gill
Stuart Gillard
producer = Eric Till
Gene Corman (executive producer)
starring = Marc Singer
Shari Belafonte
R.H. Thomson
music = Michael Lloyd
Helen Reddy
Eric N. Robertson
Tom Sullivan
cinematography = Harry Makin
editing = Eric Wrate
distributor = Ciné 360 Inc.
Jensen Farley Pictures
runtime = 103 min.
budget = CAD $5,600,000 (estimated)
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country = Canada
language = English
amg_id = 1:24323
imdb_id = 0084117

"If You Could See What I Hear" is a 1982 biography/drama movie about blind musician Tom Sullivan, starring Marc Singer and Shari Belafonte, directed by Eric Till.

Tagline: "The true story of a born winner!

Plot summary

Tom Sullivan is a blind college student who wants to be normal. Tom and his friend Sly are out having a great time, going to bars and many other things. Tom meets a woman named Heather who he falls in love with, but their relationship doesn't last very long because of her being black. Tom is hurt because of it. Tom has struggles with himself, because of denying the fact that he is blind. Life is a little tough on him until he meets a woman.


*Marc Singer ... Tom Sullivan
*R. H. Thomson ... Will Sly
*Shari Belafonte ... Heather Johnson
*Harvey Atkin ... Bert
*Helen Burns ... Mrs. Buxton
*Douglas Campbell ... Peggy Sullivan
*David Gardner ... Mr. Steffen
*Nonnie Griffin ... Mrs. Steffen
*Adrienne Pocock ... Blythe Steffen
*Sarah Torgov ... Patti Steffen

External links

*imdb title|id=0084117|title=If You Could See What I Hear

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