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No Greater Love (1996 film)

No Greater Love
DVD cover
Directed by Richard T. Heffron
Produced by Christopher Morgan
Written by Danielle Steel (novel)
Carmen Culver
Starring Kelly Rutherford
Music by Billy Goldenberg
Cinematography Pierre Mignot
Edited by Michael S. Murphy
Distributed by NBC
Release dates January 1, 1996
Running time 105 minutes
Country US
Language English

No Greater Love, also known as Danielle Steel's No Greater Love, is a 1996 television film directed by Richard T. Heffron. The film is based upon the 1991 novel of the same name written by Danielle Steel.

Contents

  • Plot 1
  • Cast 2
  • Production 3
  • See also 4
  • References 5
  • External links 6

Plot

The film starts in 1912. Aboard of the Harvard University and later had to take over the newspaper. Edwina is mad at him for ignoring his responsibilities for the theater. She eventually decides to sell the newspaper and allows George to follow his dream and become a professional stage director.

At the premiere of George's first professional play, Edwina meets Sam Horowitz, the father of Helen Horowitz, the lead actress George is in love with. Alexis is seduced by the older womanizing actor Malcolm Stone, much to the distress of Edwina. The rebellious Alexis doesn't stop seeing him and she accompanies him to Kelly Rutherford as Edwina Winfield

  • Chris Sarandon as Sam Horowitz
  • Nicholas Campbell as Malcolm Stone
  • Daniel Hugh Kelly as Ben Jones
  • Michael Landes as George Winfield
  • Gina Philips as Alexis 'Lexie' Winfield
  • Simon MacCorkindale as Patrick Kelly
  • Christopher C. Fuller as Charles Fitzgerald
  • Susan Hogan as Kate Winfield
  • Daniel Pilon as Bert Winfield
  • Sarah Freeman as Six-year-old Alexis Winfield
  • Hayden Christensen as Teddy Winfield
  • Polly Shannon as Helen Horowitz
  • Production

    Filming took place in Montreal and Los Angeles.[1] All of the special effects scenes featuring the RMS Titanic that did not include any of the main cast members were edited from S.O.S. Titanic (1979).[2] However, scenes from A Night to Remember (1958) and Munster, Go Home! (1966) were edited into the film as well.[3]

    See also

    References

    1. ^ Danielle Steel's No Greater Love Variety - December 29, 1995
    2. ^ Trivia for 'No Greater Love' The Internet Movie Database
    3. ^ Movie Connections for 'No Greater Love' The Internet Movie Database

    External links

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