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One True Love (2000)

Not Rated | | Drama, Romance, Comedy | TV Movie 25 October 2000
A firefighter falls in love with a woman after he rescues her from a car crash.

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Mike Grant
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Dana Boyer
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Tina
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Corey
Karl Pruner ...
Phil Davis
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Lillian
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Maureen Grant (as Meg Howarth)
Greg Ellwand ...
Paul Grant
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Laura
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Lucy Pearl
Edward Jaunz ...
Steve (as Ed Jaunz)
Landy Cannon ...
Joey
Philip Akin ...
Mark
George King ...
Will Warren
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Barbara Warren
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Dana Boyer (Farrell), a dog kennel owner, and Kevin Grant (Hasselhoff), a fireman, are passionate, fun-loving adults who meet when Kevin rescues Dana from a burning car. Both are struck by the overwhelming feeling that they have just met their soul mate, but unfortunately neither learns the other's name. To complicate matters, both are engaged to other people. When they try to locate one another their efforts are wrought with obstacles. However, fate is on their side when unbeknownst to each other, they both employ the same 10 year-old foster child who is working double time in order to finance a trip to find his mother. When he discovers that his two bosses are pining for one another, he works to bring them together. Written by Muse

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Drama | Romance | Comedy

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25 October 2000 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

Die einzig wahre Liebe  »

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Just prior to the BMW crash, it is shown to be driving at a very slow speed (especially compared to the fire department truck), perhaps 10-15 MPH. From a speed of 20 MPH, the car would stop in about 20-30 feet once the brakes were applied. It would not slide the long distance shown and retain enough energy to go through the guard wires on the side of the road. See more »

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a great light romantic comedy
9 November 2000 | by See all my reviews

I agree with all the previous comments- Every thing clicked in this movie for me. Lots of twist and turns. One of those movies that I can watch over and over - and have since I made a copy of it (If anyone needs a copy of this let me know - I recorded it digitally off a satellite feed and can make good copies).

This reminded me of another movie - The Last Fling - back in the 1980's, starring Connie Sellecca and John Ritter. Another light romantic comedy you can watch over and over. The ending in both very similar.


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