(1986–87), and in association with Lorimar Productions (1986), Lorimar-Telepictures (1986–88), and Lorimar Television (1988–91).The show was originally titled Valerie and starred Valerie Harper as a mother trying to juggle her career with raising her three sons by her often absent airline pilot husband.
All that said, Butler, at his youthfully, physically most appealing best, is merely a backdrop to Valerie Edmond's character, who is dying of Cancer.
Unfortunately, she is so selfishly self-indulgent throughout the movie that I found it impossible to give a rat's ass whether she died or not.
On stage, she has worked with The Royal Shakespeare Company, the Royal National Theatre and in London's West End, appearing in, among others, A Doll's House, Les liaisons dangereuses, The Rehearsal and The Secret Rapture.
Some people always say that Scottish women are not the most beautiful ones.
Though enough has been said about the Scottish women, the mention of Christian vocalist, author, song writer and evangelist Sheila Walsh will leave you with no doubt about how multi talented Scottish women can be.
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She barged into former boyfriend Butler's life, destroyed his marriage, and never seemed to feel a whit of responsibility.
Whereas the viewer is supposed to love her because she's the lead character and is a tragic one to boot, instead I found myself to be impatiently awaiting her personal reckoning and reformation, to see her regret the mess she made of the life of a man who was guilty of nothing worse than timelessly loving her.
When Sarah Hopson (Valerie Edmond) realizes her successful high-rise New York lifestyle is devoid of meaning, she packs her bags and heads for her home town in the Scottish Borders to look for Sam, her childhood sweetheart and the only man she ever loved.