When Calls The Heart Open Season (DVD)
Spring has arrived in Hope Valley. Elizabeth has finished her manuscript and Helen Bouchard’s sudden arrival in Hope Valley, makes Elizabeth more than a little nervous, especially when they start the editing her work. A homesick Rosemary and Lee cut their South American trip short and soon after arriving home Lee injures back lifting the crate they had sent from South America. Fortunately, Faith arrives back from medical school providing Hope Valley with two doctors, but Carson worries that Faith’s time away has changed her. Clara and Jesse haven’t been getting along, as they’ve been so consumed with work and Fiona starts a bold new business venture of her own. Part of season 8 of the What Calls the Heart series. Inspired by Janet Oke’s Love Comes Softly novels. Starring Erin Krakow (Army Wives), Jack Wagner (Melrose Place) and Pascale Hutton (Flashpoint). Approx. 82 minutes.
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SKU (UPC): 0853654008850
Produced by: Edify Films
Binding: Video DVD
Published: April 2021
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Publisher: Edify Films Inc.
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