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Rose Hill (film)

Rose Hill
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Directed by Christopher Cain
Produced by Andrew Gottlieb
Brent Shields
Richard Welsh
Written by Julie Garwood (novel)
Earl W. Wallace(teleplay)
Starring Jennifer Garner
Music by Steve Dorff
Cinematography Willy Kurant
Editing by Sabrina Plisco
Distributed by CBS and Hallmark Home Entertainment
Release date(s) April 20, 1997 (USA) (Hallmark Hall of Fame Productions)
Running time 99 mins
Language English

Rose Hill is a 1997 Hallmark Hall of Fame film starring Jennifer Garner based on Julie Garwood's novel For the Roses.

Plot

Four Boston street urchins adopt a young infant that they discovered in a wagon when they made their escape from the police. They named the baby girl Mary Rose. As they grow up together, the five eventually settle in Blue Belle, Montana. In Blue Belle, Mary Rose and her four brothers (Adam, Cole, Douglas, and Travis) have a free-range cattle farm by the name of Rose Hill near a lake. There, Mary Rose grows up and longs to find her real family, as well as learn about her true identity.

Cast

Jennifer Garner as Mary Rose Clayborne
Jeffrey D. Sams as Adam Clayborne
Justin Chambers as Cole Clayborne
Zak Orth as Douglas Clayborne
Tristan Tait as Travis Clayborne

Differences from novels

Adam marries. Cole is killed. Douglas and Travis leave the ranch in search of their independent fortunes. There is no correspondence between the siblings and Mary Rose. Harrison is Mary Rose's brother. Mary Rose's father lives in New York.

Nominations

1998 Golden Reel Award, Best Sound Editing
1998 Young Artist Award, Best Performance-Young Ensemble
1998 Young Artist Award, Best Performance-Young Actress Age 10 or Under

External links

  • Internet Movie Database
  • Hallmark Channel microsite
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