Love Begins

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Love Begins
Written byMichael Moran (teleplay)
Janette Oke (novel)
Directed byDavid S. Cass Sr.
StarringWes Brown
Julie Mond
Nancy McKeon
Jere Burns
Abigail Mavity
Theme music composerStephen McKeon
Country of originUnited States
Original language(s)English
Production
Producer(s)Erik Heiberg
Lincoln Lageson
CinematographyMaximo Munzi
Editor(s)Jennifer Jean Cacavas
Running time89 min.
Release
Original networkHallmark Channel
Original releaseSeptember 17, 2011
Chronology
Preceded byLove Finds a Home
Followed byLove's Everlasting Courage

Love Begins is a 2011 American made-for-television Christian drama film and is the first of two prequels of the Love Comes Softly series. It premiered September 17, 2011 on Hallmark Channel.

Differences from the book series[edit]

Although this film is not based on any book, the story of Clark and Ellen is different in this film than is mentioned in the book "Love Comes Softly".

Summary[edit]

On their way to the California Gold Rush, two cowboys are arrested for getting in a fight and damaging a small-town restaurant. One escapes, but Clark Davis stays to work off his debt by fixing a farm belonging to two young women, Ellen and Cassie Barlow (not Cates). Over time, Clark and Ellen fall in love, but will Clark give up his plans of striking it rich out west for the comfort of a family and home?

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