Millions adored Daphne Fields, for she shared their passion, their pain, their joy, and their sorrow. America's most popular novelist remained a closed book. She hides many secrets. The ... See full summary »
Kate is a high-powered, workaholic executive who discreetly takes time off from her work to live with her artist friend Holly, who reveals she has terminal cancer which leaves her with only... See full summary »
Billy Flynn, a former boxing champion, is now horse trainer in Hialeah. He makes just enough money to raise his little boy T.J., over whom he got custody after his wife Annie left him seven... See full summary »
A female doctor returns from the city to her home in the Blue Ridge Mountains of Appalachia in the 1930s, intending to bring modern medical care to the town's impoverished and ill-educated ... See full summary »
The 17 years old Danny's parents are separated. He lives with his mother with whom he can't get along to well. He adores his father but feeling abandoned he tries to get his attention and ... See full summary »
Mary Kay Place,
After having a near death experience Joanna finds her life in constant danger. She begins to believe that certain forces are trying to bring her back into the world of the dead. Her ... See full summary »
Robin Thomas Grossman
Twenty eight years ago, Barbara and Larry were college lovers and Laurie was conceived. They were unmarried, young and afraid and decided to put her up for adoption. She now returns to ... See full summary »
Lindsay Wagner and Ricky Schroeder star in this story of a family that must adjust to tragedy. Lindsay Wagner and son Ricky are a close-knit pair, something that is emphasized by the fact that absentee father Peter Weller is seldom around. When Wagner is diagnosed with a terminal illness, Schroeder and Weller must adjust to each other and rebuild their relationship. Schroeder had slid by on cuteness on his TV series SILVER SPOONS; he gets a chance to really shine here as an emotionally devestated teen tramatized by his mother's illness and death. Moving without being exploitative or overdramatic.
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