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Sarah Rose Karr
out of all the movies Kate has done in the 1990s.,this is by far one of the best ones.
The story behind this is movie and the making of it is interesting.
In 1993, Kate spotted this the book by Sue Henry called, "Murder on the Iditarod Trail." Kate read the book and loved it. She told her lawyers that she wanted to buy the rights to the book to make the movie. However, things came up and it slipped through the cracks.
In 1994, Kate again inquired about it, only to learn that it had already been optioned. Kate contacted Carla Singer (who had purchased the rights) and expressed interest in the movie.
Kate took it to CBS was enthusastic about it. They bought the movie.
You have to admire Kate who endured the sub-zero climate of the Yukon in making this movie.
The movie was really good.
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