WHEN CALLS THE HEART-FOREVER IN MY HEART
When Cody’s sister, Becky, returns to Hope Valley, she’s in a wheelchair due to her illness. Suspecting that Becky isn’t walking because she’s receiving a lot of attention, Elizabeth encourages her to try harder, both in her efforts to stand and in honing her talent for drawing. All are surprised to meet Carolyn Connors, Cody and Becky’s long-lost, wealthy aunt who wishes to raise them on her own… away from Hope Valley. Meanwhile, Rebecca’s efforts to land a role in a film may catapult her to stardom… and out of the arms of Lee.
Actors: Daniel Lissing, Erin Krakow
Directors: Neill Fearnley
Format: Color, NTSC, Widescreen
Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
Number of discs: 1
Studio: Shout! Factory
DVD Release Date: August 2, 2016
Run Time: 84 minutes
When Calls the Heart-Forever in my Heart is Movie 4 of the third season. I really did enjoy this movie. Many sweet, tearful scenes that I loved.
Jack tries to help a young couple to get back together whom the husband left, because he is afraid he will be like his dad in the marriage.
Cody’s sister Becky comes back from the hospital and is temporarily in a wheelchair. Then the children’s long-lost aunt shows up. She wants to take the children back to live with her.
The sawmill is still being damaged and Rosemary may leave Hope Valley in the hopes of being a star in movies.
All of these characters and scenes would make a great show, but when they are all together it is fabulous. Love how this show turned out and the love and sweetness of the different scenes.
Except for the impairment of Lee’s sawmill, which was quite exciting and adventurous.
Really love this movie and you will also. Highly recommended. It is a movie the whole family can watch and be entertained.
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