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A Father's Choice (2000)

TV-G | | Drama | TV Movie 12 January 2000
The fast-paced city life of two sisters is turned upside down when they are sent to live in the country with their father after their mother is killed.

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Charlie 'Mac' McClain
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Susan Shaw
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Kelly McClain
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Chris McClain
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Gayle Miller
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Jesse
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Kallen (as Joe-Norman Shaw)
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George (as J.W. Carroll)
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Dotty
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Sheriff Dewitt
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Lt. Hamilton
Judith Maxie ...
Judge White
Stephen Hair ...
Judge Morgan
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The fast-paced city life of two sisters is turned upside down when they are sent to live in the country with their father after their mother is killed.

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A rodeo cowboy rediscovers what matters most.

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12 January 2000 (USA)  »

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$6,000,000 (estimated)
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Good Movie
1 November 2003 | by See all my reviews

I was lucky enough to be attending Bow Valley College (Airdrie Campus) at the time they were there to film the court scenes of the movie (BVC Airdrie campus is attached to the Airdrie Courthouse). Even better, I was given permission to job shadow the set designer and mingle with all the cast! Peter Strauss is very nice (and a bit of a prankster who kept pulling faces at the camera and making the director roll his eyes). I liked the movie, unfortunately I never got a chance to videotape it when it came on television since I did not have a vcr at the time, but I did get to keep an autographed copy of the movie script (somewhere in my packed boxes in storage).


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