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Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman: The Heart Within (2001)

Not Rated | | Drama | TV Movie 12 May 2001
When Dr. Mike and Sully travel to Boston for Colleen's graduation from medical school, they find Dr. Mike's mother terminally ill. Sully finds himself a target for assassination by a corrupt politician.

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When Dr. Mike and Sully travel to Boston for Colleen's graduation from medical school, they find Dr. Mike's mother terminally ill. Sully finds himself a target for assassination by a corrupt politician.

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Dr. Mike, Sully and the family travel to Boston for an adventure they'll never forget.

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Shawn Toovey wore a toupee because his hair was cut too short for the period. See more »

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In this film, set in 1876 and broadcast in 2001, Brian gets a job at The Boston Globe and Michaela and Sully return to Colorado without him. Brian is living in Colorado in "Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman: The Movie," which was broadcast in 1999 but set it 1877. See more »

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Dr. Charles Cook: I'm sorry to announce especially at this inpportune moment, that Colleen will not be joining our practice.
Elizabeth Ann Weston Quinn: I beg your your pardon!
Dr. Charles Cook: I have partners and they have spoken.
Elizabeth Ann Weston Quinn: And what do they say? That Colleen isn't good enough to work beside them.
Dr. Charles Cook: It's not a question of goodness. She is as fine of a young woman as anyone would hope to find. However my partners believe that our patients would not abide a woman doctor.
Elizabeth Ann Weston Quinn: Then I see no problem. Colleen is not a woman doctor, as you sir are not a man ...
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Paper-thin implausible plot
22 August 2015 | by (San Francisco) – See all my reviews

I have seen the entire series and enjoyed it a great deal, but several things bothered me about this movie. I liked some scenes, primarily those involving Elizabeth Quinn, the grandmother.

Since I give the movie a low rating, I will explain why, without any spoilers: First, it is entirely set in Boston, so we see none of our old friends from Colorado Springs. As for the plot, several things seemed impossible or highly implausible. Events that should have taken weeks or possibly months occurred too fast, including a voyage across the Atlantic. And how was it possible to send a message to France in just a day? Marconi had not yet invented the wireless system and telegraphs couldn't be sent across the ocean without that technology. The plot included several paper-thin sequences, including attempted murder (with no credible motivation for such a drastic move) and a sudden medically unexpected death (and no attempt to explain it). Furthermore, I felt uncomfortable with what felt like a glorification of the Quinn women, Michaela and Colleen. Then the glorification of Brian at his new job (which by the way contradicted the naval career he had in the Christmas Carol episode, where Michaela saw the future). I liked it much better when the family had to strive hard for everything. I didn't feel any heart-wrenching challenge in this movie, despite the male-bias at Harvard Medical School that confronted Colleen and despite the discord with old Doctor Cook, Andrew's father (by the way, that contradicts the final TV episode, where Andrew said his parents were dead, and that's why they couldn't come to Colorado for his wedding with Colleen). Brian wore make-up to look older, which looked absurd. Sully wore an obvious and ugly wig of long hair.


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