Chestnut: Hero of Central Park 19 years old

Chestnut: Hero of Central Park

Ray and Sal, two orphaned sisters, adopt and hide a Great Dane puppy from their two adopted parents living in a luxury downtown New York apartment that expressely forbids dogs.

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Chestnut: Hero of Central Park Cast

Name Character
Maurice Godin He was 38, now 58 years old as Wesley
Jessica Amlee She was 10, now 30 years old as Mary
Abigail Breslin She was 8, now 28 years old as Ray
Irene Karas as Marta
Dolores Drake as Mrs. Bartlett
Louis Ferreira He was 37, now 57 years old as Matt Tomley
Fred Ewanuick He was 33, now 53 years old as Kosh
Lindsay Bourne She was 56, now 75 years old as Vet
Christine Tucci She was 37, now 57 years old as Laura Tomley
Barry Bostwick He was 59, now 79 years old as Thomas Trundle
Ethan Phillips He was 49, now 69 years old as Marty
Cornell Turner as Officer #6
Jamie Payton as Officer #3
Jamie Payton as Police Officer #3
Laurie Bekker as Officer #4
Talia Ranger as Janey
Karina MacKenzie as Bride
Scott Watson He was 33, now 53 years old as Detective Benneson
Kathryn Kirkpatrick as Sister Helen
Margot Berner as Sarah
Ellen Kennedy as Mother Agnes
Ian Thompson as Firefighter
Tony Alcantar He was 44, now 63 years old as Chef
Chad Cole as Officer #5
Susie Wall She was 103, now 123 years old as Reporter
Irene Olga López as Rosamaria
Makenzie Vega She was 10, now 30 years old as Sal

Chestnut: Hero of Central Park Crew

Name Department
Wolfgang Esenwein as Producer. Production
Robert Vince as Director. He was 35 (now 55) years old Directing
Robert Vince as Producer. He was 35 (now 55) years old Production
Anna McRoberts as Producer. Production
Anna McRoberts as Writer. Writing
Brahm Wenger as Original Music Composer. He was 51 (now 71) years old Sound
Anne Vince as Executive Producer. Production
Anne Vince as Writer. Writing
Michael Strange as Executive Producer. He was 40 (now 60) years old Production
Kevin Kasha as Executive Producer. Production
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Chestnut: Hero of Central Park (19 years)

  • Release day: Thursday, October 21, 2004
  • Runtime: 87 minutes
  • Budget: 6.00
  • Revenue: 10.00