The Seekers

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The Seekers was the third and last TV movie based on John Jakes' Kent Family Chronicles the others were The Bastard and The Rebels. Heading the huge all-star cast is Randolph Mantooth as Abraham Kent, son of elderly Revolutionary War vet Andrew Kent played by Martin Milner, replacing the first two films' Andrew Stevens, who has resettled in the treacherous Northwest Territory. Part One of this two-part, four-hour production finds young Abraham trying out a series of occupations, while his brother Gilbert George ...
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The Seekers was the third and last TV movie based on John Jakes' Kent Family Chronicles the others were The Bastard and The Rebels. Heading the huge all-star cast is Randolph Mantooth as Abraham Kent, son of elderly Revolutionary War vet Andrew Kent played by Martin Milner, replacing the first two films' Andrew Stevens, who has resettled in the treacherous Northwest Territory. Part One of this two-part, four-hour production finds young Abraham trying out a series of occupations, while his brother Gilbert George Deloy goes into his father's publishing business. Part Two takes us up to the War of 1812, as seen through the eyes of Jarod and Amanda Kent Timothy P. Murphy and Sarah Rush, who shortly thereafter head westward. Originally syndicated as part of the Operation Prime Time package, The Seekers made its debut during the week of December 2, 1979.
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  • Release Date: 1/1/1998
  • UPC: 096898027533
  • Original Release: 1979
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  • Source: Universal Studios
  • Format: VHS

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