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Loved seeing one of my favorite shows turned into a movie.
A far better movie than "Revolutions," as it sticks more to the canon of the show. In fact, it plays as a fitting series finale episode more so than a stand-alone movie.
Much better then the first Dr. Quinn the movie. The first film was a complete train wreck without Beth taking control. This film I noticed when she stepped back in. She brought back the oldschool Dr. Quinn music score, some of the characters where brought back.
Cons: I found the characters of Colleen and Andrew to be dry and boring outside of Colorado springs, towards the end it god much better and interesting. Matthews relationship with colleen and Prestons relationship with Andrew balanced the dynamics out in the series.
I loved Hank and the antagonists support roles in the television series. The dynamics balanced out the good traits of the main characters. Jake, Preston and Hank made the show more interesting and hope they come back with Horace, Robert E, Grace, Dorothy, Lorne, and cloud Dancing. If screeners could find a decent child actress to play Katie who can act, it would be better. The last two where horrible and painful to watch.
loveee it ;) and the series are verry good.. Dr. Quinn (Jane Seymour), Byron Sully (Joe Lando) and their younger children, Katie (Sara McRae) and Brian (Shawn Toovey), look forward to attending the college graduation of eldest daughter Colleen Jessica Bowman). The first woman to attend Harvard Medical School, Colleen risks antagonizing her colleagues by accepting her first place honors in person. Although Colleen is married to classmate Andrew Cook (Brandon Douglas), her prominent father-in-law, chauvinistic Dr. Charles Cook (Vlasta Vrana), indulged her pursuit of higher education only because he expected her to fail. Dr. Cook is also the personal physician of Dr. Quinn?s wealthy mother, Elizabeth (Georgann Johnson), who refuses to let heart disease keep her down.