If you had seen the series on TV, you would know that Katie was born in 1871. In the beginning of the movie, it states that it takes place in 1877. Sully states thats "My daughter was stolen from my house last night, she's 4 yrs old, her names Katie." since she was born in 1871, she would be at least 5 almost 6. See more »
I can't believe it, I finally get to see Dr. Quinn Medicine Woman on Saturday night again. And in its rightful time slot too. This is the best show there ever was on television and the fans miss it tremendously. I have not watched CBS network since DQMW was taken off the air. This movie is a continuation of the lives of our beloved family and townsfolk of Colorado Springs that we have missed so much. It is a great movie just like the series was. I hope there will be many many more movies of this nature and better yet, bring the series back. With all the violence in the schools involving disturbed young people, we do not need all the violent shows on TV for them to get ideas from. Dr. Quinn was a family show and this movie is true to that value. We love you Dr. Quinn and Beth Sullivan. Please bring us more movies of Dr. Quinn of this caliber. A VERY DEVOTED AND HAPPY FAN
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