The Last Dance (2000) (TV)

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    • The Last Dance (2000) (TV)

      THE LAST DANCE

      DIRECTED BY KEVIN DOWLING
      THE POLSON COMPANY
      COLUMBIA BROADCASTING SYSTEM (CBS)



      Information from IMDb

      Plot Summary
      A retired teacher in need of a friend. A former student in need of guidance.
      Together, they discover that life is a lesson you learn by heart.

      Full Cast
      Maureen O'Hara ... Helen Parker
      Eric Stoltz ... Todd Cope
      Trini Alvarado ... Denise Cope
      Charles Robinson ... Ned (as Charlie Robinson)
      Paul Johansson ... Charlie Parker
      Deirdre Quinn ... Young Helen Parker
      Matt Weinberg ... Alex Cope
      Channing Carson ... Jill Cope
      Lauren Birkell ... Ariel
      Josh Hammond ... Steve
      Miranda Gibson ... Anna
      Cooper Thornton ... Sean (as Ray Thornton)
      Jerry Hauck ... Vendor
      Raymond Guth ... Mr. Pullman
      Betty Carvalho ... Mrs. Martinez
      Benton Jennings ... Mr. Macvey
      Jan Hoag ... Zeena
      Taffy Wallace ... Night Nurse
      Jim Jansen ... Dr. Haynes
      Dennis Howard ... Reverend Simmons
      Susan Fallender ... Rose (as Susan Shaughnessy)
      Pamela Blair ... Dance Teacher
      Christie Goddard ... Miranda
      Stacy Lynn Spierer ... Ruth (uncredited)

      Writing Credits
      Todd F. Cope (based on "The Shift" by)
      Beth Polson (television story)
      Dalene Young (teleplay)

      Produced
      Michael O. Gallant .... producer
      Beth Polson .... executive producer
      Dalene Young .... co-producer

      Original Music
      Alan Williams

      Cinematography
      Larry Reibman

      Trivia
      This is Maureen O'Hara's final acting role.

      Filming Locations
      Los Angeles, California, USA
      Pasadena, California, USA

      [extendedmedia]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F6U_SQharQw[/extendedmedia]
      Best Wishes
      Keith
      London- England

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    • Re: (New Review) (New Review)Maureen O'Hara TV- The Last Dance (2000)

      This is Maureen O'Hara's final acting role.


      User Review

      lovely Hallmark type of film
      26 November 2005 | by blanche-2 (United States)
      I caught this movie on Lifetime, but it had the Hallmark network feel to it. Sometimes this type of film can be overly sentimental, but I found this one to be wonderful as it emphasized the importance of taking time to love one another. Maureen O'Hara, at 80-something and looking great, plays a schoolteacher who becomes involved in the life of a former student and his wife. As a woman whose great love ended before the relationship could fully develop, she imparts what she has learned to them about what's really important in this world, and what really stays with those we leave behind when we go into the next one.

      O'Hara is really inspirational. Her voice and acting are strong and her no-nonsense portrayal keeps "The Last Dance" from being cloying in any way. You really grow to love this woman and all she stands for. The flashback scenes are well cast.

      A nice movie to catch, especially around the holidays.
      Best Wishes
      Keith
      London- England

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    • Re: (New Review) (New Review)Maureen O'Hara TV- The Last Dance (2000)

      The last movie offered to Maureen... for the small screen.(TV)

      A short video

      Tell me if you have problems to read
      Unconditional's Maureen O'Hara !
      French-English translation: poor !!!
      :blush:

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