Sonny Lee (long-legged, blonde bob-cut Rebecca Chambers) desperately salvages her relationship with Nick's mean-spirited old Dad, Martin Corelli, for the sake of hanging on to her shot at ... See full synopsis »

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Lane McKenzie
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Peyton Richards
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Reese Burton
Alexia Robinson ...
Cassie Wheeler
David Gail ...
Dean Collins
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Tom Massick
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Veronica Koslowski
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Nick Corelli
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Edward Burton
Russell Curry ...
Det. Sam Lucas
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Eleanor Alexander
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Sonny Lee Barrett
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Martin Corelli
Grayce Spence ...
Emma Smallwood (as Grace Spence)
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Sonny Lee (long-legged, blonde bob-cut Rebecca Chambers) desperately salvages her relationship with Nick's mean-spirited old Dad, Martin Corelli, for the sake of hanging on to her shot at the family fortune. She tells him she had to make sure of her feelings for old flame Nick, but that she realized that she wants only to be with him now. And that she would do anything to earn his forgiveness. Anything. Sly old dog, he takes her up on this promise, and as they embrace, we see the dismay in her eyes. Peyton (wickedly foxy Jamie Luner) is furious with Nick for having thrown away his inheritance. He protests that his father was first to throw a punch. She chides him for such a childish attitude, and keeps citing family values, while we all know just exactly which way the little wheels are spinning in that fox's mind. Reese, (sweetheart Shannon Sturges), the former poster child for naïve pampered rich heiresses, has now been bitten and plans to retaliate in kind. Finally seeing Tom as the...

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10 February 1997 (USA)  »

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