Doctor James Campbell, a widower, moves to Upper Canada with his three children. Taking place during the 1830s, the family and their community deal with both adventure and misfortune.
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Malcolm Stoddard ...
 Dr. James Campbell 100 episodes, 1986-1990
Amber Lea Weston ...
 Emma Campbell 100 episodes, 1986-1990
Eric Richards ...
 John Campbell 100 episodes, 1986-1990
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 Neil Campbell 68 episodes, 1986-1990
Brigit Wilson ...
 Harriet Sims 42 episodes, 1986-1990
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Doctor James Campbell, a widower, moves to Upper Canada with his three children. Taking place during the 1830s, the family and their community deal with both adventure and misfortune.

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11 January 1986 (Canada)  »

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Wonderful Show
13 February 2011 | by See all my reviews

I loved this show when I first saw it. I taped as many of the episodes as I could and I still have them to watch whenever I want to. Though I do with they would be released on DVD as my copies are not the best.

I do know that the information listed on this page, as to how many episodes there were and how many episodes people appeared in, is wrong but I don't know the correct information so I can't submit a correction... all I know is that I have about 75 episodes on tape with no repeats.

If anybody knows of a site that has more information, specifically more correct information, on this show I would love to know about it.


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