A recently widowed writer moves into a Victorian house that is supposedly haunted. Although he is attracted to his pretty next-door neighbor, he finds himself being seduced by the spirit of... See full summary »
A boozy Broadway actress comes out of a 12-week cure to face the problems of her best friends as well as her needy daughter. She tries to balance the terrors of returning to work with the ... See full summary »
An unlucky horse trainer, Frank Butler, wins big at the track and buys his 16-year old daughter a horse to salvage their relationship. When frank is hurt prior to the opening race, Jo must go it alone.
Sara Yarnell leaves her staid existence back east to teach in a one room school in Independence, Colorado. Her students adore her but she clashes with the school board. Julia Bailey and newspaperman Martin Pope are her friends.
Linda Lavin and Kristy McNichol fail to convince as mother and daughter. With Mom single again, she and her teenage daughter unpack in their new house and do a little dance together in the kitchen (The Bump, I believe, or is that The Hustle?). With all signs apparent that these two really get along just like buddies, it's only a matter of time before a man comes between them and stops all that dancing. Kristy soon gets a boyfriend of her own, who lets her hug him every time there's a problem. LOTS of hugging and near-tears melodrama in this TV-movie, written by Nancy Lynn Schwartz from Sheila Schwartz's book. Truly numbing.
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