True Women

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Based on a true story, this Civil War-era epic centers on the exploits of Sarah Ashby McClure Dana Delany and her sister Euphemia Annabeth Gish as they try to make their way on the male-dominated West Texas plains. When their home is threatened by Mexican forces and Native American warriors, the sisters lead their family and friends to safety. Based on the book by Janice Woods Windle, True Women also co-stars Rachael Leigh Cook, Angelina Jolie, and Tina Majorino. ~ Rebecca Flint...
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Based on a true story, this Civil War-era epic centers on the exploits of Sarah Ashby McClure Dana Delany and her sister Euphemia Annabeth Gish as they try to make their way on the male-dominated West Texas plains. When their home is threatened by Mexican forces and Native American warriors, the sisters lead their family and friends to safety. Based on the book by Janice Woods Windle, True Women also co-stars Rachael Leigh Cook, Angelina Jolie, and Tina Majorino. ~ Rebecca Flint Marx
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Special Features

Digitally remastered; Interactive menus; Chapter selections
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 4/4/2006
  • UPC: 096009455798
  • Original Release: 1997
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  • Source: Platinum Disc
  • Time: 3:00:00
  • Format: DVD

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Dana Delany Sarah Ashby McClure
Annabeth Gish Euphemia Ashby King
Angelina Jolie Georgia Lawshe Woods
Tina Majorino
Rachael Leigh Cook
Julie Carmen
Matthew Glave
Michael Greyeyes
Terrence Mann
Jeffrey Nordling
Salli Richardson
Tony Todd
Michael York
Powers Boothe
Charles S. Dutton
Kevin Page
Hilary Duff
Technical Credits
Karen Arthur Director
Craig Anderson Executive Producer
Bruce Broughton Score Composer
Corky Ehlers Editor
Christopher Lofton Screenwriter
Rodger Maus Production Designer
Tom Neuwirth Cinematographer
Lynn Raynor Producer
Vicki Sanchez Costumes/Costume Designer
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Scene Index

Disc #1 -- True Women
1. Movin' to Texas [10:03]
2. First Light [10:04]
3. Fever of Defeat [10:48]
4. Runaway Scrape [11:34]
5. Jackson's Law [10:41]
6. Horse With Wings [11:45]
7. Signs of Peace [11:58]
8. Pursued by Hounds [14:12]
1. Brave Child [10:12]
2. Mattie Returns [10:58]
3. Livin' Like Gypsies [10:39]
4. Peach Creek Inn [10:49]
5. Cotton Rats [11:14]
6. Accustomed to Heartache [11:59]
7. Reconstruction [11:26]
8. The Vote [13:26]
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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

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    (speechless) This movie has adventure, love and much more! And its all true!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Herstory

    I liked this feminist get-up-by-your dress, so to speak drama set in nineteenth century Texas. The cast deals with many subjects, unsparingly from sexuality, war, rape, sexism, racism, slavery,woman's role in society, nature's savagery, identity, and dealing with everyday death. One critic noted somewhat ruefully that it seemed that every character died every five minutes. It is not necessarily for the feint of heart in the context of death. Somebody is always from something, from tuberculosis or cholera or scarlet fever. That was how the frontier was though. We must never forget that the men and women that pioneered those trails died, and they were some of the toughest people the world has ever seen. Just ask the Native American. This film is courageous in its depicition of the plight of the American Indian as the white settlers moved westward, and they didn't show a simplified or a liberal "let's all get along" type of a message. I was really surprised at the level of frankness in this movie, especially being made for TV. Excellent! I would rate second only to Lonesome Dove in TV movies.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 24, 2003

    EXCELLENT MOVIE!!

    True Women is definately one of the best movies I have ever seen! I would strongly recommend this movie to anyone. The women in this movie are amazing and inspire me to be a ''True'' and strong woman.

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