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Old 03-23-2009, 09:20 PM   #136
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Does anyone remember a TV movie that was made I think in the late 80's about a step brother & step sister falling in love? I don't remember much about it, I only saw it late one night in the 90's, but I remember reading that it was from the 80's. From what I remember there was a young man and young woman, I think either in their late teens or early 20s whose parents marry and they move in together. Shortly after the parents catch them in bed together. It wasn't the greatest movie and I don't think any famus actors played in it, but I just want to know the title of it
i totally saw that movie but cannot for the life of me think of the name! it sounds so familar.
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That movie had Megan Follows and Dermot Mulroney--1986, "Sin of Innocence"
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Old 03-23-2009, 09:36 PM   #138
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Well another TV movie has arrived on DVD--the 1982 version of "The Hunchback of Notre Dame" with Anthony Hopkins. It's on my netflix queue!
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That sounds like Danielle Steele's "Changes" from 1991 which starred Cheryl Ladd, Michael Nouri, Christie Clark, Ami Foster, and Joesph Gordon Levitt. It is about a TV producer (Ladd) who falls for and marrys a heart suregrone (Nouri) and how they try to blend their family together. In the movie the step brother and step sister end up making love and she gets pregnant. (i think). i haven't seen that movie since it first aired but i recall liking it.
I remember that movie. WE played it sometime back.
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Old 03-23-2009, 11:09 PM   #140
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I remember that movie. WE played it sometime back.
Danielle Steel's movies were a lot of fun. I still have Once in a Lifetime with Lindsay Wagner and Barry Bostwick. I recorded in on VHS way back in 1994!!
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Old 03-24-2009, 07:34 AM   #141
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Isn't someone attempting a new Danielle Steel series of TV movies?

Lifetime is having a lot of success with the Nora Roberts books.....the latest "Northern Lights" is Lifetime's highest rated movie of the year so far at 4.7 million viewers (yes the one with LeeAnn Rimes and Eddie Cibrian--real life scandal-oooooooooooooo LOL).
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Isn't someone attempting a new Danielle Steel series of TV movies?

Lifetime is having a lot of success with the Nora Roberts books.....the latest "Northern Lights" is Lifetime's highest rated movie of the year so far at 4.7 million viewers (yes the one with LeeAnn Rimes and Eddie Cibrian--real life scandal-oooooooooooooo LOL).
I haven't heard about that, but it sounds like an interesting development. If you hear anything more, Jude, keep us posted!!
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Isn't someone attempting a new Danielle Steel series of TV movies?

Lifetime is having a lot of success with the Nora Roberts books.....the latest "Northern Lights" is Lifetime's highest rated movie of the year so far at 4.7 million viewers (yes the one with LeeAnn Rimes and Eddie Cibrian--real life scandal-oooooooooooooo LOL).
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i haven't seen it yet. but will get around to it. did you see the one last year with Heather Locklear? that one was awesome.

i would love to see any network revive Danielle Steel movies. my favorite is the one about the cast of a soap opera. i think Josie Bissett and Stephaine Zimablist are in it.
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Danielle Steel's movies were a lot of fun. I still have Once in a Lifetime with Lindsay Wagner and Barry Bostwick. I recorded in on VHS way back in 1994!!
That is one of my favorites too.
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Isn't someone attempting a new Danielle Steel series of TV movies?

Lifetime is having a lot of success with the Nora Roberts books.....the latest "Northern Lights" is Lifetime's highest rated movie of the year so far at 4.7 million viewers (yes the one with LeeAnn Rimes and Eddie Cibrian--real life scandal-oooooooooooooo LOL).
I forgot to watch that. I'll admit I only want to watch it because of the real life scandal.
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That movie had Megan Follows and Dermot Mulroney--1986, "Sin of Innocence"
YES, that's it!!! Thanks!!!!

Bill Bixby was also in it but apparently I didn't remember him in it.
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That is one of my favorites too.
I should dig it out and watch it again one of these days.
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Here are some movies I just thought of
Susie Q
Earth Angel
A Mom for Christmas
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there is an old movie that used to air on the Disney Channel sometimes called (i think) "The Halloween That Almost Wasn't"... it was HILARIOUS and ran for many years on "the disney channel" on halloween night.
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A Mom For Christmas - Olivia Newton-John!!! I loved that movie and also own the book it was based on. The book is called A Mom By Magic.
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