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Wounded Heart (1995)

Unrated | | Drama | TV Movie 16 August 1995
A ruthless businesswoman, Tracy Lance, returns to her childhood home in Texas after hearing her father, Jake Lance suffered a stroke. The two have been estranged for years, and Tracy is ... See full summary »

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Cast

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Tracy Lance (as Paula DeVicq)
Jon Hensley ...
Sean Donnegal
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Darren Connally
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Franny
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Jedediah
Scott N. Stevens ...
T-Bone
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Joan Lance
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Jake Lance
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Ezekiel Ettinger
William Anton ...
Graham Harrington
Michael S. Connolly ...
Judge Andrews
Joe Rudman ...
Stuart
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Joey
René Fernández ...
Police officer (as Rene Fernandez)
Ron Johnson ...
Doctor
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A ruthless businesswoman, Tracy Lance, returns to her childhood home in Texas after hearing her father, Jake Lance suffered a stroke. The two have been estranged for years, and Tracy is just in Texas to collect her inheritance, thinking (and hoping) her father will die. She makes plans to sell her inheritance, the Wounded Heart ranch, to an unscrupulous land developer. Her father does die, and her step-brother Sean Donnegal helps her discover her true, caring self again. Written by James A Elliott <jarth@telusplanet.net>

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16 August 1995 (USA)  »

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Ritorno a Wounded Heart  »

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In the scene where Sean is supposed to breaking a horse, a bucking strap can clearly be seen. A bucking strap is used to make a horse buck deliberately. See more »

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References Gone with the Wind (1939) See more »

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Standard TV Movie Fare
29 August 2007 | by See all my reviews

OK to while away an hour or so but the main protagonist (Paula Devicq) has a fairly thankless task with such an unsympathetic character, which is a shame as the actress usually gives a decent account for herself in other roles.

As usual with TV Movies, female hard-bitten is made to appear just this side of sociopathic so we poor slavering dolts don't get too confused with the (inevitable) redemption scene. The trouble with this kind of identikit script writing is that you just can't believe anyone falling for her, or giving her the benefit of the doubt, even when your critical faculties are set to brain dead.

I wish, just occasionally, that TV Movie Production teams would realize that a little subtlety goes a long way and might even increase their ratings.


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