[07/13/05 - 12:00 AM]
Lisa Hartman Black and Rue Mcclanahan Star in 'Back to You & Me;' a Hallmark Channel Original Movie with Featured Songs by Country Superstar Clint Black

[via press release from The Hallmark Channel]


Dale Midkiff and Barbara Niven Also Star

Disenchanted with her job and disillusioned with her personal life, a beautiful and successful physician returns to her roots, where deep-seated resentments and romance resurface, in "Back to You & Me,� a Hallmark Channel Original movie premiering Saturday, July 23,(9/8c).

After befriending a patient and then losing her to cancer, Dr. Sydney Ludwick (Lisa Hartman Black, �Knots Landing�) decides to take some long-needed time off to reevaluate her life. Persuaded by a friend to attend her 20th high school reunion, Syd halfheartedly returns to her small hometown where, after years of estrangement, she finally confronts her mother (Rue McClanahan, �Golden Girls�) about the past and faces the love (Dale Midkiff, �Love Comes Softly�) she left behind.

�Back to You & Me� is a Hallmark Entertainment presentation. Robert Halmi, Jr. and Larry Levinson are executive producers. Nick Lombardo and Steve Squillante are co-executive producers. Albert T. Dickerson III and Jeff Kloss are producers. Director is David S. Cass, Sr. Writer is Tom Amundsen. The Hallmark Channel Original movie is A Mat IV Production in association with Alpine Medien and Larry Levinson Productions.

Hallmark Channel is a 24-hour basic cable channel that provides a diverse slate of high-quality entertainment programming to a national audience of 69 million subscribers. The program service is distributed through 4,800 cable systems and communities as well as direct-to-home satellite services across the country. Crown Media Holdings, Inc. (NASDAQ: CRWN) owns and operates Hallmark Channel. In 2004, Crown launched its second 24-hour linear channel, Hallmark Movie Channel. Through its subsidiary, Crown Media Distribution, LLC, Crown also distributes titles from its awardwinning collection of movies, miniseries and films for exhibition in a variety of television media including broadcast, cable, Video-on-Demand and High Definition Television.


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