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 »
Four American friends, badly needing money, decide to make a commando-like raid into a South American country and steal $5 million from the hacienda of an American-born drug dealer who ... See full summary »
The Barbara Taylor Bradford trilogy that began with A Woman of Substance ends with this epic tale! Paula O' Neill feuds with her cousins as she fights to save her grandmother's business-and struggles to salvage her marriage.
Charlotte marries John. Things seem ok; John has a good job and he's going up in the world, working for the government. But every so often he loses his temper and Charlotte gets the brunt ... See full summary »
The touching true story of the fifteen years old Terry who promised his dying mother to look after his six younger brothers and keep them together as a family ... a man's job on a boy's ... See full summary »
The soap-operatic story follows the fortunes of three ambitious youngish people: Billy, secretary and then wife to an older zillionaire, whose death frees Billy to start up a Beverly Hills ... See full summary »
When her husband becomes ill with heart problems, Joanne Tilford reluctantly returns to her family after a six-year stay in a mental institution. Her children are strangers to her and the ... 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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