True Women Movie Review 1997

Information and Film Reviews for True Women the Movie

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Sarah McClure (Delany) leaves Georgia with husband Bartlett (Boothe), settles in Texas, and raises her orphaned sister Euphemia (Majorino and Gish), as well as her own family, while Bartlett's off being a Texas Ranger. Euphemia's eventually reunited with her best friend, southern plantation beauty Georgia (Jolie), who's trying to hide the fact that she's part-Cherokee. The ladies suffer through Comanche attacks, the Alamo and the Mexican Army, the Civil War, Reconstruction, and various romantic trials and tribulations, all while being gosh-darn heroic. TV miniseries based on the historical novel by Janice Woods Windle.

Distribution

Hallmark Home Entertainment, 6100 Wilshire Blvd., Ste. 1400, Los Angeles, CA 90048, Phone: (213)634-3000, Fax: (213)549-3760, Remarks: Lainie Handelman, Mktg.

Available on VHS
Running time 170 minutes.

Cast and Crew

Genres
Historical Drama, Women, Family Ties, Native America, Civil War, Slavery
Screenplay
Christopher Lofton
Cast
Dana Delany, Annabeth Gish, Angelina Jolie, Powers Boothe, Tina Majorino, Rachael Leigh Cook, Jeffrey Nordling, Michael Greyeyes, Tony Todd, Terrence Mann, Michael York, Salli Richardson, Irene Bedard, Charles S. Dutton, Julie Carmen, Matthew Glave, John Schneider
Cinematography
Thomas Neuwirth
Director
Karen Arthur
Music
Bruce Broughton
Producer
Lynn Raynor, Craig Anderson, Hallmark Entertainment

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