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Shades of Love: Sincerely, Violet (1987)

Elizabeth is a historian who believes that she is on to the find of her career, but has difficulty getting access to the document that will prove her theory. In desparation, she and a ... See full summary »

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Mark Jamieson
Patricia Phillips ...
Elizabeth / Violet
Barbara Jones ...
Jayne
Joan Henley ...
Maggie
Kevin Fenlon ...
Clerk
Brian Dooley ...
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Elizabeth is a historian who believes that she is on to the find of her career, but has difficulty getting access to the document that will prove her theory. In desparation, she and a friend decide to break into the owner's house. She successfully gets in but is unexpectedly caught by the owner. She and the friend have to make up a story to get them out of trouble which eventually leads to string of events that lands Elizabeth in even more hot water. Written by CD

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18 June 1987 (Canada)  »

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Címzett: Violet  »

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Tonight I Celebrate My Love
Lyrics & Music by Peabo Bryson
Performed by Peabo Bryson & Roberta Flack
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The Stupidest Shade of Love
11 April 2004 | by See all my reviews

Not only is the worst of The Shades of Love series, but it is also the stupidest. I actually felt embarassed for Patricia Phillips and Simon McCorindale.

Both of them are terrible in this. I'm willing to bet old Simon did it for the paycheck, and his performance shows it. I have never been fond of Patricia Phillips, and she does nothing to change my opinion of her here.

The writing is this is appalling. Some of the things that the writer has the characters doing are unbelievably ridiculous. The production values are also pretty bad. I feel sorry for everyone connected with this production as they must have been very embarassed themselves when this turkey came out. They can keep this Shade of Love in the vault.


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