Four orphan boys running from the law in New York stumble upon a baby in a carriage. They decide to head west and take the baby which they name Mary Rose with them. Eventually they set up a... See full summary »

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Mary Rose Clayborne / Victoria Elliot at 17
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Adam Clayborne
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Douglas Clayborne
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Cole Clayborne
Tristan Tait ...
Travis Clayborne
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John Stringer
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Fergus Carroll
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Richard Elliot
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Annie
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Young Mary Rose
Michael Alexander Jackson ...
Adam Clayborne at 15
David Klein ...
Douglas Clayborne at 13
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Cole Clayborne at 13
Blair Slater ...
Travis Clayborne at 11
Vanya Rose ...
Maude
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Four orphan boys running from the law in New York stumble upon a baby in a carriage. They decide to head west and take the baby which they name Mary Rose with them. Eventually they set up a ranch which they name Rose Hill. Mary Rose grows up to be a beautiful woman and gets involved with a man who kills one of her brothers. Her brothers then explain to her that they found her in New York and she returns to find her real family. During this time Rose Hill is falling apart since her oldest brother has fallen ill and her other two brothers have gone their separate ways. Written by imnot_deadyet@hotmail.com

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Family | Western

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Rated PG for mild western violence
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20 April 1997 (USA)  »

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Hallmark Hall of Fame: Rose Hill (#46.4)  »

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A MUST See esp if you are into Genealogy!
26 June 2003 | by (USA) – See all my reviews

An excellent film, well done in format, scenery, time frequence and I did say frequence...plus well done for survival and justice. If anyone who is into genealogy, its certainly a must see. This story unfolds dramatically just as the stories of old did back in the 18th century. Such occurrences actually did happen. Times were very difficult back then, and there were many children abandoned to be raised by either strangers or other than family and more often than not they never even knew WHO their real parents were. This has been well documented in genealogy and further verified by the DNA genealogy projects going on right now with Surnames. Many males are NOT matching to the cuz or uncle or father they thought they were from, for the very reasons shown in this film. I viewed this film fr a genealogist researchers eye and I have to say this film is right on. If everyone or just half the folks would start researching their family history, they would be so totally amazed what they find, they would wonder in astonishment, how their ancestors ever made it so that they are here today to be thankful and grateful that they did make it! I compare this film to a film made abt my own ancestors..TRUE WOMEN. Its all true, no matter how 'corny' it might look to some.


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