Navigating the Heart

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This made-for-cable romantic drama was based on the book Fishing with John by Manhattan journalist Edith Iglauer. Jaclyn Smith stars as Iglauer, who is on assignment in British Columbia to write a flippantly satiric piece about the Canadian salmon industry. A "meet cute" scene unites Edith with taciturn, reclusive fisherman John Daly (Tim Matheson). She's sophisticated, he's earthy; she throws up at the sight of a gutted fish, he was born with a fishing pole in his hand; she never stops talking, he never starts. ...
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This made-for-cable romantic drama was based on the book Fishing with John by Manhattan journalist Edith Iglauer. Jaclyn Smith stars as Iglauer, who is on assignment in British Columbia to write a flippantly satiric piece about the Canadian salmon industry. A "meet cute" scene unites Edith with taciturn, reclusive fisherman John Daly (Tim Matheson). She's sophisticated, he's earthy; she throws up at the sight of a gutted fish, he was born with a fishing pole in his hand; she never stops talking, he never starts. In other words, Edith and John are made for each other, and before the story ends, the two of them have joined forces to save all the other salmon fishermen in the Dominion from ruination and despair. Described by one journalist as the world's first eco-romance, Navigating the Heart made its Lifetime network debut on February 14, 2000.
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Special Features

Digitally mastered; Dolby Digital English 2.0 Stereo; Fullscreen presentation; Interactive menus; Scene selection
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 5/4/2004
  • UPC: 881273000382
  • Original Release: 2000
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  • Source: Trinity Home Ent
  • Time: 1:31:00
  • Format: DVD

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Jaclyn Smith Edith Iglauer
Tim Matheson John Daly
David Andrews William Sanders
Tantoo Cardinal Mary
Lynda Boyd Cara Lieb
Kevin McNulty Jack Stanton
Stephen Dimopoulos Howie
Luc Corbeil Ricky
Rob Freeman Jamie Potts
Thomas Heaton Peter
Frank C. Turner Alan
Alec Willows Hayward Patterson
Ben Cardinal Jake
Dion Luther Hank Weston
Maria Louisa Figura Peggy
Greg Rogers Justin Cavanaugh
Ed Evanko Congressman
Lloyd Berry Bartender
Kevin Blatch Journalist
Ted Cole Maitre d'
Irene Karas Receptionist
Dennis Kelli Moderator
Capper McIntyrre Man
Irene Miscisco Patron
Kathryn Shaw Woman
Diane Stapley Guest #1
Michael St. John Smith Engineer
Reg Tupper Politician
Robert Weiss Waiter
Peter Yunker Guest #2
Technical Credits
David Burton Morris Director
Tony Allard Executive Producer
Patrick Banister Art Director
George Chapman Producer
Lee Guthrie Screenwriter, Teleplay
Douglas Higgins Production Designer
Karen Matthews Costumes/Costume Designer
Michael S. Murphy Editor
Eric Van Haren Noman Cinematographer
Lee Rose Producer
Tara Twigg Producer
Cathleen Young Teleplay
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Scene Index

Side #1 --
1. What Goes Around... [10:42]
2. Moving In [12:23]
3. "You're Famous Now" [8:36]
4. "It's All Your Fault" [10:12]
5. Taking Care [12:15]
6. One Terrific Guy [15:15]
7. "Any Room for Me?" [4:54]
8. Birthday Night - Credits [17:01]
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Side #1 --
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   Scene Selection
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