A young girl is on top of the world until a tragic accident dashes her hopes and dreams of becoming a world-class figure skater. Only with the help of those who love her can she prove to the world -- and herself -- that she still has the potential to realize her dreams. Written by
Tina Mancuso <email@example.com>
The story of a girl who refused to forget she was once a champion.
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Did You Know?
Appearing in this film as Olympics ice-skating coach Deborah Macland was actress Jennifer Warren
who had at the time just recently played the wife of Paul Newman
in the ice-hockey movie Slap Shot
(1977). See more
Lexie competes in the sectionals, not wanting the judges or audience to know that she has lost most of her sight. However, there is no way she could credibly compete in the compulsory figures section of the competition, that portion which is a highly visual exercise of needing to be able to see the carvings in the ice. See more
[Nick pulls his truck up to Beulah's Star Ice Castle Lanes, or, depending on how you read the marquee sign, Beulah's Ice Castle Star Lanes
How ya doin'?
Beats the hell out of me. Hey, what are *you* doin' home?
Beats the hell out of me.
Hey, Beulah, rack 'em up! Come on!
Hey! Nick, what the hell are *you* doin' here?
The opening credits appear to be in black-and-white, but if you look carefully, you can see the pink face and yellow hair of Lynn-Holly Johnson as she is skating. See more
Composed by Eric Woolfson
(uncredited) and Alan Parsons
Performed by The Alan Parsons Project
Courtesy of Arista Records See more