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Montana Sky (2007)

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The wealthy stock dealer bequeaths his Montana farm to the three daughters provided they would live there together at least for a year.


Mike Robe


April Smith (teleplay), Nora Roberts (novel)





Complete credited cast:
Ashley Williams ... Willa Mercy
Charlotte Ross ... Tess Mercy
Diane Ladd ... Bess
Laura Mennell ... Lily Mercy
Nathaniel Arcand ... Adam Wolfchild
Aaron Pearl ... Nate
Tom Carey ... Jim
John Corbett ... Ben McKintock
Scott Heindl ... Jesse Carne
James Baker James Baker ... Ham
Donovan Workun ... Pickles
Stephen Hair Stephen Hair ... Ken Campbell
James D. Hopkin James D. Hopkin ... Preacher
Heather Lea MacCallum Heather Lea MacCallum ... Coroner
James Dugan James Dugan ... Vet


Cancer-deceased stock trader Jack Mercy's funeral is where his three daughters Willa, who lived on his Montana cattle ranch, shy Lily and Hollywoodian Tess, from different mothers, meet. The notary and neighbor Ben McKintock, who fancies Willa, are to supervise the surprising last will: the girls only inherit 1/3 each of the $24,000,000 estate after cohabiting there for a year. Tess and Munroe County's gentleman sheriff Nate Torrence, a hunky vet, fall in love. So do Lily and Adam Wolfchild, a half-blood ranch-hand, but her abusive husband, ex-con Jesse Carne, stops at nothing to get her back. But is he the one who viciously kills ranch animals and ranch-hand Pickles? Written by KGF Vissers

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The premise here of a rancher passing away and leaving the ranch to his daughters is similar to that of the Australian TV series McLeod's Daughters (2001) and the earlier film of the same name McLeod's Daughters (1996). In that series as here, each of the daughters (Claire, Tess, and Jody) were by different mothers. See more »


When Willa is talking on the phone to Ben about going to the Fourth of July dance, her cell phone is lit with a blue light. During the conversation, when she says that she has nothing better to do, the blue light is gone. It reappears in the next shot. See more »


Willa: I told you I don't know how to dance.
Ben: Someone leads, someone follows. We'll figure it out.
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This movie sucks!
16 November 2011 | by asaf17260See all my reviews

I give them one point because there was only one thing that is fine in the movie that was the sisters.And about 2 hours of my life is wasted with that. Movie doesn't have anything that thrills you or nothing about romance either drama either comedy. Its nothing at all.In the movie the Scenes pass so fast.It was like some highlights.There were supposed to be some thrilling scenes that should make ppl feel a bit fear at least but in this movie u only but only say " What time is it " to your friend that is watching the movie with you.Romance it says movie has but if kissing lips and some love words is romance, my 3 years old brother can write romantic movie. As i said women there were beautiful and i could only stand the movie thanks to sisters. Don't watch this one,read the book. Maybe u cant see some lovely women but u can imagine.

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Release Date:

5 February 2007 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Nora Roberts' Montana Sky See more »

Filming Locations:

Calgary, Alberta, Canada See more »


Box Office


CAD4,000,000 (estimated)
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Sound Mix:

Dolby Digital



Aspect Ratio:

1.78 : 1
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