Silk Hope [electronic resource] / made for CBS Television by the Polson Company in association with Carlton America ; produced by Erica Fox ; television story by Beth Polson ; teleplay by Dalene Young ; directed by Kevin Dowling.
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Frannie Vaughn has had a fun-loving life. She manages to elude responsibility until she comes home to the North Carolina town of Silk Hope where she grew up, only to find that her mother has recently died. What's more, her sister, Natalie, has decided to sell the family house and divide the profits. Frannie's new goal is to save the remnants of her family life, but her quest leads to love and the unlocking of a family secret.
Age group: NR - Suggested G.
Downloadable video file.
Title from title screen (viewed on Mar. 18, 2010).
Based on the novel by Lawrence Naumoff.
Originally released as a television motion picture in 2000.
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Director of photography, John C. Newby ; editor, Janet Bartels-Vandagriff ; music, Alan Williams.
Farrah Fawcett, Peggy McCay, Brad Johnson, Ashley Crow, Scott Bryce, Herb Mitchell.
Also available as DVD; previously issued as Vanguard Cinema VF9338.
Mode of access: World Wide Web.
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