One Special Night

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One Special Night
One Special Night.jpg
Based on A Winter Visitor play by Jan Hartman
Written by Nancey Silvers
Directed by Roger Young
Starring James Garner
Julie Andrews
Music by Richard Bellis
Country of origin United States
Original language(s) English
Production
Executive producer(s) Jim Green
Allen Epstein
Mark Bacino
Producer(s) Albert Salzer
Cinematography Guy Dufaux
Editor(s) Ben Weissman
Running time 92 minutes
Production company(s) Green/Epstein Productions
Release
Original network CBS
Original release November 28, 1999 (1999-11-28)

One Special Night is a 1999 American made-for-television drama film directed by Roger Young, adapted by Nancey Silvers from the play A Winter Visitor by Jan Hartman, and starring James Garner and Julie Andrews.

Plot[edit]

The plot involves two strangers, a construction contractor (Garner) and a medical doctor (Andrews), who take refuge in a small abandoned cabin during a stormy winter night and, despite their many differences, they become undeniably drawn to one another. This was Garner's and Andrews' third film pairing as romantic leads, after The Americanization of Emily (1964) and Victor Victoria (1982).

Cast[edit]

James Garner ... Robert Woodward
Julie Andrews ... Catherine Howard
Patricia Charbonneau ... Lori
Stacy Grant ... Jaclyn Woodward
Stewart Bick ... Jeff
Daniel Magder ... Michael
Sheena Larkin ... Marybeth Woodward
Kim Roberts ... Nurse Sara
Gary Plaxton ... Dr. Michaels
Belinda Hum ... New Hospice Nurse
Kerrilyn Keith ... O.R. Nurse (billed as Kerilyn Keith)
Sasha Wentges ... Nursery Nurse
Annabelle Torsein ... Young Hospice Nurse
Frank Cavallero ... TV Reporter
Sam Stone ... Murray

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