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Love's Long Journey

Love's Long Journey ★★½ 2005

The third in the series, following “Love's Enduring Promise.” Missie (Cottrell) has married Willie LaHaye (Bartholomew) and the two have left their families and community to begin a new life together on a cattle ranch. A pregnant Missie befriends their Native American neighbor Miriam (Bedard) but there's trouble when three strangers show up, looking for money that's supposedly hidden on the property. From the novel by Janette Oke. 88m/ C DVD . Irene Bedard, William Morgan Sheppard, Richard Lee Jackson, Erin Cottrell, Logan Bartholomew, James Tupper, Cindy Kelley; D: Michael Landon Jr.; W: Michael Landon Jr., Douglas Lloyd McIntosh; C: Brian Shanley; M: Kevin Kiner. CABLE

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