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Miracle in the Woods (1997)

TV-PG | | Drama | TV Movie 26 October 1997
Two women find that their inheritance includes a secret tenant who has waited decades for justice.

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Sarah Weatherby
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Lilly Cooper
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Wanda Briggs
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Gina Weatherby / Field Pea
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Eddie Briggs
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Young Lilly
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Henry Cooper Sr.
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Corrupt Sheriff (as Tim de Zarn)
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Henry Cooper Jr.
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Jerry Weatherby
Bill Nelson ...
D.W. Boyd
Charles McLawhorn ...
Reverend
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Attorney
Sharlene Thomas ...
Asylum Nurse
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Farmer at Dance
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Quarreled sisters; Sarah and Wanda inherit property from their mother. It has always belonged to the family. Sarah insists on selling it as soon as possible because she has many difficulties. She goes there with her daughter; Gina. Wanda, on the other hand, wants to keep the property in family. They soon discover that it's not abandoned. Old lady, Lilly Cooper has been living there for many years and doesn't want to leave the house, at least, not as long as she can meet her son. Written by Anonymous

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Three Generations of Women United By the Precious Gift of Love

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26 October 1997 (USA)  »

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Csoda a rengetegben  »

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When their mother dies, two sisters inherit more than they bargained for...
17 July 2006 | by (Australia) – See all my reviews

With such a wonderful cast I was looking forward to this movie, which didn't disappoint as it started. By half way, the story was set up perfectly, the setting was delightful and the flash backs were well done. Then towards the end, the story began to blunder along like a psychotic drunk, throwing in stunning revelations that were never explained or concluded. Perhaps realising they were out of time, the filmmaker attempted to wrap up the story well before it was finished. By the closing credits it was a very silly movie indeed. The only miracle was that it was put to air. The excellent actors deserve much better fare.


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