Rose Hill


2h 1997

Brief Synopsis

Adaptation of Julie Garwood's novel "For the Roses." In 1866 New York, a gang of orphaned street kids "adopts" an hours-old abandoned girl, whom they name Mary Rose. The "family" leaves New York to start a new life in the American West, where they eventually establish a thriving Montana cattle ranch

Film Details

Also Known As
Hallmark Hall of Fame (04/20/97)
MPAA Rating
PG
Genre
Adaptation
Drama
Period
Western
Release Date
1997
Production Company
CBS Entertainment
Distribution Company
Artisan Home Entertainment
Location
Montreal, Quebec, Canada; Calgary, Alberta, Canada

Technical Specs

Duration
2h

Synopsis

Adaptation of Julie Garwood's novel "For the Roses." In 1866 New York, a gang of orphaned street kids "adopts" an hours-old abandoned girl, whom they name Mary Rose. The "family" leaves New York to start a new life in the American West, where they eventually establish a thriving Montana cattle ranch, which they name Rose Hill. Their sister falls in love with a suspected cattle rustler, who ends up killing one of the brothers. Disillusioned and bitter, Mary Rose decides to return to New York. While she's gone, terrible things happen to her adoptive family and to her beloved Rose Hill. Eventually, she returns and is reunited with her family.

Crew

Emily Bear

Publicity

Sue Bugden

Production Associate

Sue Bugden

Production Associate

Scott Burnette

Assistant Editor

Jim Cammaert

Special Effects

Enrico Campana

Set Decorator

Marie-france Cardinal

Hair Stylist

Doug Carnegie

Set Decorator

Gilles Corbeil

Steadicam Operator

Graham Coutts

Property Master

Louis Craig

Special Effects

Michael Devine

Art Director

Steve Dorff

Music

Warner Einer

Location Manager

Jacques Fortier

Gaffer

Julie Garwood

Source Material (From Novel)

Glen Gauthier

Sound Mixer

Andrew Gottlieb

Producer

Penelope Gottlieb

Titles

Suzanne Gottlieb

Assistant

Ellen Hoch

Publicity

Chris Holmes

Gaffer

Thomas J Huth

Sound Re-Recording Mixer

Shonagh Jabour

Makeup

Joyce King

Unit Production Manager

Lynn Kressel

Casting

Brian Kuchera

Key Grip

Willy Kurant

Director Of Photography

Pierre Laberge

Unit Production Manager (Montreal)

Chris Ledesma

Music Editor

Grant Lucibello

Assistant Director

Tony Lucibello

Assistant Director

Joanna Massey

Publicity

Blanche Mcdermaid

Script Supervisor

Yvonne Melville

Production Coordinator

Kurt Moritz

Post-Production Coordinator

Russ Patrick

Publicity

Francois Perron

Construction Coordinator

Lee Phillips

Transportation Coordinator

Sabrina Plisco

Editor

Monique Prudhomme

Costume Designer

John D Scott

Wrangler

John Scott

Stunt Coordinator

Brent Shields

Co-Executive Producer

Dave Stevens

Construction Coordinator

Kathleen Straub

Production Executive

Karen Mayeda Vranek

Post-Production Supervisor

Earl Wallace

Screenwriter

Burt Weinstein

Sound Supervisor

Richard Welsh

Executive Producer

John Willett

Production Designer

Film Details

Also Known As
Hallmark Hall of Fame (04/20/97)
MPAA Rating
PG
Genre
Adaptation
Drama
Period
Western
Release Date
1997
Production Company
CBS Entertainment
Distribution Company
Artisan Home Entertainment
Location
Montreal, Quebec, Canada; Calgary, Alberta, Canada

Technical Specs

Duration
2h

Quotes

Trivia

Miscellaneous Notes

Aired in United States April 20, 1997

Began shooting July 27, 1996.

Completed shooting August 30, 1996.