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The story is located in Los Angeles in the sixties. An energetic widow, Frances Lacey, with her six children try to make a dream of theirs come true: to have a home of their own. Therefore they leave Los Angeles and head for the countryside, while facing all kinds of difficulties during their journey. Written by
[Attempting to negotiate a deal to purchase a man's property, when it's obvious she hasn't got any money]
I've heard that the greenback dollar isn't the only way to get things done in this great country of ours.
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Chapel Of Love
Performed by The Hitmakers
Written by Bruce Morgan and Arthur Egnoian
Courtesy of Original Sound Record Co., Inc. See more »
My wife is usually the only one in my family that will watch this type of movie. We call it a "mother's movie". But she got me at a weak moment and I watched it and I liked it a lot. I think that it was certainly Kathy Bates and Soon-Tek-Oh that kept it going. At the beginning the narrator states that it is a true story. I watched it with the thought that this was something that actually did happen. At the end of the credits it says that the above story is ficticious etc. with that usual speel. Now I don't know what to believe. Was it real or just made up. I wish I could find out the truth.
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