The Promise of Love

The Promise of Love


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The Promise of Love

In this drama, a young woman gives up college and marries her boyfriend, a Marine. Unfortunately, he is killed in Vietnam.

Product Details

Release Date: 01/29/2002
UPC: 0096009019396
Original Release: 1980
Rating: PG
Source: Echo Bridge
Time: 1:36:00
Sales rank: 31,510

Special Features

Interactive menus; Scene index; Cast bio; Quiz

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Valerie Bertinelli Actor
Shelley Long Actor
Joanna Miles Actor
Craig T. Nelson Actor
Jameson Parker Actor
Andy Romano Actor
Karlene Crockett Actor
Samantha Harper Actor
Lauri Hendler Actor
Dey Young Actor

Technical Credits
Don Taylor Director
Jay Benson Producer
Don Birnkrant Cinematographer
Paul Chihara Score Composer
Pierre Cossette Executive Producer
Lori Lieberman Score Composer
Harry S. Longstreet Teleplay
Renee Longstreet Teleplay
Tony di Marco Editor
Carol Saraceno Teleplay
Herman Zimmerman Art Director

Scene Index

Side #1 --
1. Life On Base [6:34]
2. A Married Lady [10:04]
3. Waiting and Worrying [7:33]
4. A Broken Promise [8:26]
5. Eternal Rest [6:22]
6. Old Friends and New [9:29]
7. So Lie a Little, Pop [9:52]
8. How About a Job? [5:33]
9. Not So Different [7:55]
10. Feelings [7:29]
11. Guess Who's Coming to Dinner [6:34]
12. Not So Young Anymore [8:25]

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The Promise of Love 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I've loved this movie ever since it originally aired on television. It's sappy, yes, but it's well-done sappiness with all the screen angst of the 1970s/ 80s teen movies. Fans of Valerie Bettinelli will bask in the drama of her performance. The movie has tears, laughs, and the ending is all about finding a new love and moving on with life through the worst tragedy. If you love Lifetime TV movies, you will truly enjoy this offering.