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Goodbye, Miss 4th of July

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Goodbye, Miss 4th of July
Based onMiss 4th of July, Goodbye: A Novel Based on the Life of Niki (born Xenopoulos) Janus by Christopher G. Janus. [1]
Screenplay byKathy McCormick[1]
Directed byGeorge Miller [2]
StarringLouis Gossett Jr.[2]

Chris Sarandon[2]
Chantal Contouri[2]
Chynna Phillips[3]
Mitchell Anderson
Roxana Zal[2]

Kai Wulff
Theme music composerMark Snow[1]
Country of originUnited States[2]
Original language(s)English
Producer(s)Peter Miller [1]

Christopher Seiter [1]

Josephine Lyons [1]
Running time89 minutes [2]
Production company(s)Walt Disney Television[2]
Original networkNBC
Disney–ABC Domestic Television
Original releaseDecember 3, 1988 (1988-12-03) [2]
External links
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Goodbye, Miss 4th of July is a 1989 television film[4][2] based on the 1985 novel by Christopher Janus Miss 4th of July, Goodbye: A Novel Based on the Life of Niki (born Xenopoulos) Janus[1]. In the United States, it was released on December 3rd, 1988.[2]


Goodbye, Miss 4th of July is a book-turned-to-film drama based on true events, following the story of Niki Janus (played by Roxana Zal), a teenager. Niki and her family flee Greece and relocate to West Virginia trying to re-establish a new life. She makes friends as the story progresses, including Big John Creed, a black handyman with a helpful hand and sagely advice. The friendship between Niki and Big John Creed eventually caught the attention of the Ku Klux Klan, bringing them to her doorstep. Niki, whose beliefs in Freedom challenge the powerful Klan, must also help the townspeople survive a punishing flu epidemic.


Goodbye, Miss 4th of July was filmed at Jonesbourgh, Tennessee.[5]


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  3. https://gazettereview.com/2016/11/happened-chynna-phillips-news-updates/
  4. "GOODBYE, MISS 4th OF JULY". Library of Congress. 1988. Unknown parameter |url-status= ignored (help)
  5. "Festivals and fireworks in Tennessee". The Jackson Sun. June 28, 2015. Retrieved December 20, 2019. Unknown parameter |url-status= ignored (help)

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