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I remember this movie vividly from when it was on t.v. I'm sure I watched it at least two different times. I just thought Jim Stacy was the most gorgeous thing I'd ever seen! And he happened to be a very good actor, too. I definitely liked the message that the movie conveyed, but I can honestly say that the best reason to watch it was that Jim Stacy was so great in it. I remember thinking that he would win an Emmy for it, but I don't know if he did. PLEASE, somebody, put this on DVD for us! I remember the locale being very beautiful, and Lee Majors and Barbara Hershey being good, but it was definitely a star vehicle for Jim Stacy.
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