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75 Degrees in July (2000)

Not Rated | | Drama | 8 April 2000 (USA)
The film is set against the sweltering beauty of the Texas countryside, at a family ranch estate of a well-to-do family.

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Hyatt Bass

Writer:

Hyatt Bass
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Shirley Knight ... Jo Beth Anderson
William R. Moses ... Jed Colburn (as William Moses)
Karen Sillas ... Letty Anderson
Heidi Swedberg ... Kay Colburn
Harris Yulin ... Rick Anderson
Heather Reese Heather Reese ... Wesley Colburn
Chase Gallatin Chase Gallatin ... Tom Colburn
Lexi McConnell Lexi McConnell ... Young Letty
Brianna Anglin Brianna Anglin ... Young Kay
Greg Ricks Greg Ricks ... Joel
Norman Bennett ... Frank Wilson
Terry D. Seago Terry D. Seago ... Bartender
James Kirk James Kirk ... Bobby
Brad Leland ... Highway Policeman
Linda Alcazar ... Esther
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The film is set against the sweltering beauty of the Texas countryside, at a family ranch estate of a well-to-do family.

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Drama

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Not Rated

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

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8 April 2000 (USA) See more »

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Fort Worth, Texas, USA See more »

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Filmed entirely within the 817 area code. See more »

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Hoped for Love Affair Never Appears
4 August 2007 | by mike-925See all my reviews

A fight breaks out in a local tavern. I leap into the fray and ask "what were the issues?" Then I laugh. There are never any real issues in tavern brawls.

The issue here is there was supposed to be a love affair between the manacled cowboy son-in-law of the King Ranch Sized mogul, and the returning artist daughter. That's what the audience wanted. With the affair would be the terrible, tangled web of why the two must have the affair and why it must fail.

All jinxed romances must fail. They often have a nice moral even when they do fail. The film was acted in something like daytime soap opera slow motion. The filming was gorgeous, the actors second tier, the net effect something like a classy Lifetime Channel romance film.

But the last word on 75 Degrees is "Where's the Beef?"

If the director could get in touch with me, maybe we could see what could be done about taking this back into the editing room, try to clean it up and make something of the film.


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