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A widow and her children arrive at the mysterious island where her late husband had secretly purchased property.


Michael M. Robin
Nominated for 1 Primetime Emmy. See more awards »


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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Linda Hamilton ... Liz Donovan
Kyle Secor ... Lowell Lenox
Jesse James ... Dylan Donovan
Paz de la Huerta ... Becca Donovan
Richard Burgi ... Paul Donovan
Julianne Christie ... Jasmine
Kris Lemche ... Malachy
John Marshall Jones ... Tyler
David Norona ... Father Miguel
Dawn Greenhalgh Dawn Greenhalgh ... Irene
Joan Plowright ... Aunt Angie
Jefferson Mappin ... Toby
Leslie Carlson ... Stableman
Peter Blais Peter Blais ... Charlie
Jeremy Akerman ... Old Salt


"Bailey's Mistake" is the name of a cold, dreary island that a bitter widow finds herself stuck on. Seems Liz Donovan got cut out of her husband's will because he'd secretly spent all his money on a New England island. Kids in tow, Liz discovers spooky secrets while getting to know the eccentric natives. Written by <pazsite@hotmail.com>

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Tonight, one family will leave the past behind and begin the adventure of a lifetime.


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Release Date:

18 March 2001 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Az örökség-sziget See more »

Filming Locations:

Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada See more »

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1.33 : 1
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Aunt Angie: [to Liz about Jasmine] She's got a temper on her. She'd slit your throat to make a pie out of your Adam's apple.
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25 February 2006 | by rebeccaram39See all my reviews

Well I watched this movie today on TV. And thought i wanted this is a movie i can watch over again with no problem couldn't get the name of movie. So got on here to look for Linda Hamilton. For movies she has done. The comment that was made for it. I thought was totally wrong. Everyday there is something or someone that makes no sense. So for there views that everything in movie needed a reason. No i disagree. It was done the way it should of been. And obviously the person who had wrote the comment on it,thought of guidelines of movies of today. But movies from past always had those characteristics. So it was nicely done. And one i will want to see over again.

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