|Writers||John Haggart (creator)
|Cast||Patricia Wheel Joan Catlin John Raby Frankie Thomas Ruth McDevitt|
|Plot||One of television's first daytime serial dramas (which soon moved to an early-evening slot), this was a creative serial-within-a-serial about the actors and crew on a fictitious radio soap opera, portraying both their behind-the-scenes and on-air interactions.... search for A Woman to Remember on IMDb|
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|Return to the fifth complete season of DR. QUINN, MEDICINE WOMAN--a family classic about a woman ahead of her time and the frontier world she calls home. Jane Seymour (Live and Let Die, Somewhere in Time) is Dr. Michaela "Mike" Quinn, a refined woman who trades the petty prejudices of mid-19th century Boston society for a new set of challenges on the wide open ranges of Colorado Springs. With an adopted family of three orphaned children and mountaineer Byron Sully (Joe Lando) by her side, Dr. Quinn and crew lead the way into a changing America. Combining a distinctly modern sensibility with detailed historical authenticity, DR. QUINN, MEDICINE WOMAN brought a refreshing take to the television Western for six critically acclaimed seasons. Rich in timeless values and tales of courage and romance, this essential, first-time DVD collection features all 26 episodes from the fifth season of the five-time Emmy winning DR. QUINN, MEDICINE WOMAN. DVD Features: Commentary by Shawn Toovey & Chad Allen on "Legend"; Cast Biographies; Interactive Menus; Scene Selection|
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