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The Golden Child: Directed by Michael Ritchie. With J.L. Reate, Eddie Murphy, Charles Dance, Charlotte Lewis. A private detective specializing in missing children is charged with the task of finding a special child whom dark forces want to eliminate.
- Michael Ritchie
- Eddie Murphy, J.L. Reate, Charles Dance
The Golden Child. Directed by Michael Ritchie | Starring: Eddie Murphy , Charles Dance , Charlotte Lewis , Randall 'Tex' Cobb. After a Tibetan boy, the mystical Golden Child, is kidnapped by the evil Sardo Numspa, humankind's fate hangs in the balance. On the other side of the world in Los Angeles, the priestess Kee Nang seeks the Chosen One ...
After a Tibetan boy, the mystical Golden Child (J.L. Reate), is kidnapped by the evil Sardo Numspa (Charles Dance), humankind's fate hangs in the balance. On the other side of the world in Los ...
- comedy, adventure, fantasy
The Golden Child -The 1986 Action / Adventure movie featuring Eddie Murphy and Charlotte Lewis at the award winning 80s Movies Rewind. 8 pages of info, trailer, pictures and more.
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The Golden Child Favorite Movie Button Overview; Movie Times + Tickets; Synopsis; Movie Reviews; More. Cast + Crew; PG-13, 1 hr 31 min ... Photos. Red Carpet ...
Charlotte Lewis, Actress: The Golden Child. Charlotte Lewis was born on August 7, 1967 in Kensington, London, England. She is an actress, known for The Golden Child (1986), Men of War (1994) and Lost Angelas (2019).
- August 7, 1967
Jul 19, 2013 · So while The Golden Child was a non-movie for the vast majority of its audience, it obviously meant enough to West—who was roughly 9 when the film came out, and consequently the perfect age to love a kid-friendly Eddie Murphy movie—that he wanted to pay homage to it on one of his albums.