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Dr. Quinn Medicine Woman: The Movies (The Movie / The Heart Within)

4.7 out of 5 stars 238 customer reviews

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"…this rollicking Western is fun for everyone." -TV Guide After six acclaimed seasons, DR. QUINN, MEDICINE WOMAN delighted fans by revisiting Colorado Springs and its beloved characters with two feature-length television movies. DR. QUINN, MEDICINE WOMAN: THE MOVIE finds Dr. Mike, Sully, and a posse of townsfolk traveling down to Mexico to rescue a kidnapped Katie. In DR. QUINN: THE HEART WITHIN, Mike and Sully travel to Boston to celebrate Colleen's graduation from Harvard Medical School--only to find Dr. Mike's mother terminally ill and Sully targeted for assassination by a corrupt government official. A pioneering television Western, DR. QUINN, MEDICINE WOMAN brought a fresh approach to America's westward expansion with a combination of historical authenticity and modern sensibilities. Now, travel back to the 19th century American frontier with more tales of courage, conviction, and romance DVD Features: Trivia Quiz; Production Stills Photo Gallery; Cast Biographies; Interactive Menus; Scene Selection

Special Features

  • Includes: Dr. Quinn Medicine Woman: The Movie (aka Revelations) and Dr. Quinn: The Heart Within
  • Trivia quiz
  • Production stills photo gallery
  • Cast biographies

Product Details

  • Actors: Jane Seymour, Joe Lando, Jim Knobeloch, Frank Collison, Henry G. Sanders
  • Directors: James Keach, Jerry London
  • Writers: Beth Sullivan, Josef Anderson
  • Producers: Jane Seymour, James Keach, Beth Sullivan, Howard Braunstein
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Color, NTSC
  • Language: English (Dolby Digital 2.0 Stereo)
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated:
    NR
    Not Rated
  • Studio: A&E Home Video
  • DVD Release Date: May 30, 2006
  • Run Time: 180 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (238 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B000FBFYXM
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #10,207 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "Dr. Quinn Medicine Woman: The Movies (The Movie / The Heart Within)" on IMDb

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By Amy Wallace VINE VOICE on May 14, 2006
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If you are a fan of Dr. Quinn Medicine Woman, then you probably wondered what happened at the end of the last series. What happened to the characters after the show ended? How did Katie grow up? Were Colleen and Andrew happily married? Do Sully and Dr. Quinn have any more children? What about Cloud Dancing and Dorothy, Robert E. and Grace?

I too, wondered those questions, until I discovered there were 2 Dr. Quinn movies that took place after the series had been cancelled. I quickly searched everywhere to get copies of them, only to find out they were being released on DVD a few months later.

The first Dr. Quinn movie, referred to here as "Dr. Quinn, the Movie" is also known as "Revolutions". The film begins by bringing us back to Colorado Springs. We see Sully as an important figure on the town council, Dr. Mike still working hard to cure people, and Katie, now a little girl watching her mom at work. The town looks just the same, as do the characters. Just like in the series, a huge event happens; Katie is kiddnapped! Dr. Mike and Sully have to follow her kiddnappers into Mexico, where most of the movie takes place. The settings are beautiful, (mainly filmed in Malibu Creek State Park and Paramount Ranch, in different locations than the series took place) Its riviting and the storyline is MUCH more complex than any stories that took place in the TV series. This was my favorite of the two films.

The second Dr. Quinn movie, "The Heart Within" follows up on Dr. Mike's family in Boston. Brian is a man now (he grew up beautifully, and sooo handsome!) and Colleen and her husband, Dr. Andrew Cook struggle to get Colleen's opinions accepted at Harvard Medical School. Like her mother, Colleen must also fight the prejudice of men as a woman doctor.
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I have been a fan of Dr. Quinn Medicine Woman (DQMW) since it first aired in 1993 on CBS. I watched every single episode and now own them all on DVD. I was so happy to see that the movies that were made after the show went off the air were released as well on DVD. I loved Revolutions aka Dr Quinn The Movie. It has lots of Sully (Joe Lando)!! The premise of this movie is that Katie, the Sully's young daughter is kidnapped because Sully wouldn't vote a certain way for a copper mining group. With the help of Cloud Dancing, Sully and Dr. Mike find a wagon that was in an accident and fear that Katie has been killed. Dr. Mike blames Sully for not warning them that by not voting for the copper mine he put their family, especially their daughter, in danger. They are all very sad after burying the little girl they found. But good news comes when word that there were two girls Katie's age traveling that day and a girl who favored Katie was seen with people in Mexico. After an autopsy performed by Dr. Quinn confirms the dead girl isn't Katie, they and their son Brian Cooper, and others from the series (town), Jake Slicker, Robert E., Horace Bing, and Cloud Dancing go to Mexico to get Katie back. They run into difficulties together and individually, but Sully and Robert E. save the day. This movie has it's usual wonderful cinematogrophy and historic mentions like the series did. It is a good adventure movie with a little bit of romance tied in for good measure. The Heart Within is the second movie on this DVD. It was written by the creator of the series DQMW, Beth Sullivan. In this movie, Michaela, Sully, Katie, and Brian are traveling by train to Boston for Colleen's graduation from Harvard. She lives there now with her husband, Dr. Andrew Cook. When they arrive in Boston, they are greeted by Dr.Read more ›
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If you didn't know these were movies, you would think it was part of one of the 6 seasons of Dr. Quinn. Even after Dr. Quinn was off the air, they picked up on the movies like there was no time lost. The only flaw in these two movies was the fact that people like Hank, Jake's fiance, Mathew, and Robert E. and Grace's baby were all missing from the movies. This is the only reason for the four star rating. Aside from that minor fact, it is definately worth the money. It gives a lot of completion to some of the things I wish I had answered at the end of the 6th season.
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If you're as big a fan of DQMW as I am, then you'll end up having to get and watch these movies. And they are by no means a complete loss! The actors do a great job with what they're given, and the scenery is beautiful, and we get to watch many of our favorite characters for about four hours.

So why only 3 stars? Not as good as the series, that's why.

The first movie (Revolutions) doesn't feel like Dr. Quinn--it's much more gritty western. On the positive side, we get to see some of the townsfolk. When young Katie is kidnapped, Jake, Horace, Robert E., and Cloud Dancing join Sully, Dr. Mike, and Brian on the rescue party. On the downside, we see nothing of Matthew or Hank, and the music isn't at all the same as the Dr. Quinn series, and some continuity elements just don't line up. Where's Jake's wife, Teresa (and the children we hoped they'd have?) What about the baby Grace & Robert E. were expecting by the end of the series? If you like your DQMW for action/adventure, you'll probably like this, but if you like your characters deeply explored, it will leave you wanting.

The second movie (The Heart Within, on the positive side, better uses the characters and remembers the histories, with only a few major glitches. The music is back, as is Beth Sullivan as a writer, all of which are good things. On the downside, we see NOTHING of the townsfolk, as the entirety of the action is in Boston. And those glitches? Andrew's parents, whom we learned in the last episode of the series were dead, are alive and well with no mention of the discrepancy and, again, Matthew is wholly missing. The ending bothered me too, so here comes the spoiler warning:

SPOILER: By the end of the movie, Colleen, Andrew, and Brian are all settled in Boston. The final shot is of Dr.
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