Tom and Casey Stafford with their sons John and Gus and adopted daughter, Kim living on a farm in Nebraska have trouble making ends meet, and accepting the fact that Casey's father, is ... See full summary »

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Don Reo
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Complete series cast summary:
Brian Keith ...  B.L. McCutcheon 10 episodes, 1989
Katie Layman Katie Layman ...  Casey Stafford 10 episodes, 1989
Jason Kristofer ...  John Stafford 10 episodes, 1989
Devin Ratray ...  Gus Stafford 10 episodes, 1989
Daisy Keith Daisy Keith ...  Kim Stafford 10 episodes, 1989
Richard Gilliland ...  Tom Stafford 10 episodes, 1989
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Tom and Casey Stafford with their sons John and Gus and adopted daughter, Kim living on a farm in Nebraska have trouble making ends meet, and accepting the fact that Casey's father, is living with them. Written by Jim Brawn <jim_brawn@amuc.mtroyal.ab.ca>

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

20 March 1989 (USA) See more »

Filming Locations:

Los Angeles, California, USA

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Stereo

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Color

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1.33 : 1
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I actually liked it!
13 October 2006 | by SylSee all my reviews

It was one of the few shows on CBS that didn't have a chance as it should have had. It was well-written and I liked the cast including Brian Keith and his real-life daughter Daisy Keith (Both father and daughter committed suicide years later). I remember this show because it was rural and set in the Heartland of Nebraska. First, there are few shows set in Nebraska anymore. I always liked to see how other people lived in other states. The show also featured Richard Gilliland (husband of Jean Smart in real life). I thought the show had a lot going for it but obviously, I was wrong. The show got cancelled and I have nothing but my memories of it for now. It would be nice to see family oriented sitcoms like Heartland today on network television or on cable or in syndication. I have a feeling that Heartland would have done well in syndication like Mama's Family.


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