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Peter H. Hunt
A good TV movie based on the book by Danielle Steel. Leads Jaclyn Smith and Michael Ontkean lack charisma, but there are plenty of fine supporting performances, namely by Joe Flanigan and Leslie Horan. It's interesting to note three soap stars in the cast: Horan (who would join the cast of General Hospital), Brian Krause (who would join the cast of Another World) and Paul Satterfield (formerly of GH and Bold and the Beautiful). One of DS's better TV movies.
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