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A Strangers Heart

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Director  Andy Wolk
Music director  Lawrence Shragge
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Country  United States
5.4/10 IMDb


Genre  Romance
Screenplay  Kelli Pryor
Writer  Kelli Pryor
Language  English
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Release date  May 5, 2007 (2007-05-05)
Cast  Samantha Mathis (Callie Morgan), Peter Dobson (Jasper Cates), Thomas Kopache (Duds), June Squibb (Aunt Cass)
Similar movies  Samantha Mathis appears in A Strangers Heart and Sweet Jane
Tagline  Sometimes Love Comes Twice in a Lifetime.

A strangers heart 2007 hallmark movies


A Stranger's Heart (working title Brokenhearted) is a Hallmark Channel made-for-TV movie that premiered on May 5, 2007.

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A strangers heart


Plot summary

Callie Morgan (Samantha Mathis), a workaholic magazine editor who prides herself on having no emotional attachments in her life, changes practically overnight when she undergoes a life-saving heart transplant operation. Not only does Callie find herself strangely drawn to a young girl who happens to be the heart donor’s orphaned daughter, but she also finds unlikely romance with another patient who also recently received a new heart. She soon discovers that the man, named Jasper Cates (Peter Dobson), received the heart from her donor's husband.

Cast

  • Samantha Mathis as Callie Morgan
  • Peter Dobson as Jasper Cates
  • Mary Matilyn Mouser as Sarah 'Cricket' Cummings
  • Gina Hecht as Darlene
  • Kevin Kilner as Doc Jackson
  • Raynor Scheine as Frank
  • Amanda Carlin as Rose
  • Thomas Kopache as Duds (Callie's father)
  • June Squibb as Aunt Cass
  • W. Morgan Sheppard as Fred Landreth (Cricket's grandfather)
  • Garth McLean as Jasper's Brother-in-law
  • References

    A Stranger's Heart Wikipedia
    A Strangers Heart Rotten TomatoesA Strangers Heart themoviedb.org A Strangers Heart IMDb


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