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Ordinary Miracles (2005)





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A belief in "angels on earth," not to mention a belief in oneself, may enhance the enjoyment of this made-for-cable drama. Jaclyn Smith stars as Kay Woodbury, a tough, no-nonsense judge whose intractability in legal matters is intensified by a number of personal crises, including a bitter feud with her jurist father and her anguish over the recent remarriage of her ex-husband. Thus, Kay is no mood to play nice when teenager Sally Powell (Lyndsy Fonseca) is brought before her. Harboring an intense hatred for the father who apparently abandoned her, Sally is a seemingly incorrigible delinquent who has already "flunked out" in four foster homes. Figuring that she could no worse than anyone else, Kay takes Sally home on a trial basis. The girl proceeds to behave as atrociously as possible, but surprisingly Kay does not decide to write her off as a bad job, but instead concludes that what the girl needs is someone to trust and something to believe in. In this spirit, Kay locates Sally's birth father (C. Thomas Howell), and, upon being convinced that he was not motivated by selfishness when he dropped out of his daughter's life, secretly contrives for Sally and her dad to reconnect -- and in so doing Kay finds her own way toward forgiveness, not only of those whom she feels have wronged her, but also of herself. Ordinary Miracles made its Hallmark Channel debut on May 7, 2005.


Jaclyn Smith
as Kay Woodbury
Lyndsy Fonseca
as Sally Powell
Corbin Bernsen
as David Woodbury
C. Thomas Howell
as Jim Powell
Sarah Aldrich
as Miranda Powell
Matthew Junmar
as Danny Katsu
Jeremy Luc
as Henry Guzman
Lorna Scott
as Millie Rayburn
Erik Eidem
as Pete Smalling
Ken Narasaki
as Michael Katsu
Ina Barron
as Monic Tejada
Mathew Junmar
as Danny Katsu
Lon Sunders
as Bailiff
Mary Kowalski
as Mrs. Jenson
David O'Shea
as Older Attorney
Karl T. Wright
as Harried Lawyer
James Callahan
as Owen Amsterdam
Mark Lawrence
as Duty Sergeant
Michael Fairman
as Sterling Grimes
Amy Beth Reece
as High School Teacher
Patrick Wolff
as High School Student
Rud Quintanilla
as County Clerk
Tina Molina
as Salesgirl
Palmer Davis
as Female Cop
Joe Whipp
as Doctor
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