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A look at small town morality and sensibilities, through the eyes of an outcast, adopted teenager who believes her real mother was the town's nonconformist Roxy Carmichael. Roxy, the town celebrity, is due to participate in a dedication, but never shows up.
A movie based on the cancelled CBS series "Crazy Like a Fox." When attorney Harrison Fox accepts an important job interview in London, he convinces his family, including his private eye father Harry, to take the trip with him. Once there, the two become involved in a mystery involving the murder of
A small town is disrupted with the arrival of Dracula to retrieve an amulet controlling the balance between good and evil.
When both of his wives get pregnant, a bigamist struggles to keep them from meeting.
The second TV-movie in 1983 using the title, "Happy Endings", explores the plight of a teenager who postpones his determination to become a songwriter so that he can keep his younger brother and two sisters together as a family following the death of their parents. Based on the true experiences of its producer-writer, Christopher Beaumont, one of the guiding forces behind TV''s "Fame," this film, initially titled "House of Cards," also was the pilot to a prospective series.
In her dramatic television debut, Ann-Margret is the true-life Lucile Fray, an Iowa farm woman with ten children who, discovering she has terminal cancer and feeling her alcoholic husband (Frederic Forrest) is unable to care for the kids, sets out to find new homes for each of them. Ann-Margret's Em
A happily married lawyer's unexpected reunion with some Vietnam war buddies unleashes a flood of memories he had struggled to suppress, and his emotional turmoil is heightened by the sudden suicide of one of the veterans.
The dramatic account of actress Patricia Neal's miraculous recovery from a near-fatal stroke in 1966 with the help of her then-husband, author Roald Dahl, and their close friend, veteran actress Mildred Dunnock (playing herself). Glenda Jackson, who received an Emmy Award nomination as Outstanding A
Inspired by a story that appeared on "60 minutes" in 1978 about Joy Ufema, a nurse dedicated to treating the terminally ill, Linda Lavin turned it into this TV movie for her Big Deal, Inc. production outfit, teaming with Tyne Daly, playing Joy's psychologist friend and confidante. Coincidentally, an
The adventures of the Little Shots, a group of pre-teen neighborhood children. In the pilot episode, the kids search for one last day of excitement before the summer ends and school begins.
The story, set in Tennessee in 1915, relates events in the lives of an estranged family who rediscover love after the death of a family member reunites them.
A series of humorous vignettes about ways that people's lives are affected by contact with a five-foot-high stuffed Snoopy dog.
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