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Love's Long Journey
     

Love's Long Journey

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Cast: Logan Bartholomew, Erin Cottrell

 
The third chapter from popular novelist Janette Oke's Love Comes Softly series of books arrives on the screen in a wondrous tale of new frontiers starring Erin Cottrell and Logan Bartholomew. Missie (Cottrell) is pregnant, and it's time that her and husband Willie (Bartholomew) strike out on their own and begin life anew. With their wagon packed full and a plan

Overview

The third chapter from popular novelist Janette Oke's Love Comes Softly series of books arrives on the screen in a wondrous tale of new frontiers starring Erin Cottrell and Logan Bartholomew. Missie (Cottrell) is pregnant, and it's time that her and husband Willie (Bartholomew) strike out on their own and begin life anew. With their wagon packed full and a plan to make a home for themselves in the west, Missie and Willie say goodbye to Missie's parents and set out on the adventure of a lifetime.

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Barnes & Noble - Donald Liebenson
Michael Landon Jr. is carrying on his father’s legacy of creating programs that affirm family and faith, and Love's Long Journey is the producer-director’s third based on Janette Oke’s Love Comes Softly book series. Missie (Erin Cottrell, who bears a resemblance to Reese Witherspoon) and Willie (Logan Bartholomew) have been married two years. They separate from their westward wagon train to "put down roots" and start a ranch of their own. It will take "hard work and a lot of prayer," but their unshakable faith sees them through frontier hardships and the menace of three desperados, one of whom is ripe for redemption. Whether befriending a neighboring Indian woman (Irene Bedard, the voice of Disney’s Pocahontas) or getting the drop on the bad guys, Missie is an inspiring heroine. Fans of Little House on the Prairie and The Waltons will feel right at home

Product Details

Release Date:
03/14/2006
UPC:
0024543222378
Original Release:
2005
Rating:
NR
Source:
20th Century Fox
Region Code:
1
Presentation:
[Full Frame]
Sound:
[Dolby Digital Stereo]
Time:
1:25:00
Sales rank:
3,960

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Disc #1 -- Love's Long Journey
1. Main Titles/ Roots [10:11]
2. A Homestead Of Their Own [4:38]
3. New Hires, New Neighbors [8:09]
4. A Beautiful Herd [3:53]
5. Indian Trouble [5:41]
6. Happy News [6:10]
7. He Giveth And Taketh Away [2:34]
8. Christian Charity [2:54]
9. The Coming Winter [6:08]
10. Light of the World [4:53]
11. The Best Christmas [3:38]
12. Good, Decent People [2:36]
13. Buried Treasure [7:35]
14. Redemption [7:17]
15. Circle of Life [6:39]
16. End Titles [2:01]

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Love's Long Journey 4.1 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 8 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I've read all but one of the Love Comes Softly series. I first saw the movies on the Hallmark Channel, then liked the movies so much I decided to see if there were books that the movies were based on. I was overjoyed when I found Love Comes Softly and ordered it immediately. When I read the books though I found that they were very different from the movies. The first movie only has necessary changes like Missie's age. It would have been hard to make a 2 year old act! They also changed a name or 2 but that's no big deal. All or the main characters kept their names. But the second and third movies were so off track that you could have changed a few character names and the title and nobody would even know that they were really supposed to go with the book. But even though they didn't follow the book they were good even great movies. And I would suggest anyone to watch them.
SleepDreamWrite More than 1 year ago
It may be different from the book but its still a good movie. Acting's alright.
Guest More than 1 year ago
All of the movies in this series are great! I have watched them on Hallmark a couple of times and enjoy them over and over. They are very well done. All are inspirational and WELL worth viewing. You won't be disappointed. Especially good for college age kids as they can identify with Missy and Willy.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I truly loved reading the books and was very excited when i discovered there were movies on the first two. I have bought the first two DVDs, will buy this "Love's Long Journey" and hope that Michael Landon, Jr. will make movies of the 5 consecutive books plus the next 4 of the following series where there is a resolution of "Love Comes Softly" series!
Guest More than 1 year ago
I loved the movie and I have read the books. The books were good and I enjoyed them but I do like how the movies are a bit more adventurous. Though out of the three i've seen so far this one is my favorite.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I have read all of the books in the "Love Comes Softly" series, and I must say I'm disappointed in the way Michael Landon Jr. has handled the 3 stories he's made into movies so far. The first movie followed the book quite well, other than changing Missie's age and the name of Marty's baby, but the second movie focused on 2 events which took up a total of 4 pages in the entire book! "Love's Long Journey" is even worse - the only parts they have right are that Willie and Missie went West and had a baby, and the names of 2 of their ranch hands (of which they eventually had about a dozen, not just 3). The rest of the movie has absolutely nothing to do with the original story - I could write a book just trying to explain all the parts they got wrong!
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