[01/31/13 - 06:35 PM]
Ricky Schroder and His Family Star in the World Premiere of "Wild Hearts," March 9 on Hallmark Movie Channel
Schroder and his wife Andrea Schroder as well as his four children - Cambrie, Holden, Luke and Faith - co-star in the project.

[via press release from The Hallmark Channel]


Film Executive Produced And Written by Ricky and Andrea Schroder, Directed by Ricky Schroder

A reluctant father and professional mustang wrangler is reunited with the sophisticated daughter he has never known in "Wild Hearts," a Hallmark Movie Channel Original, Saturday, March 9 (8p.m. ET/PT, 7C). It is a family affair for veteran actor Ricky Schroder ("NYPD Blue") when he teams up with wife Andrea Schroder and his four children, Cambrie, Holden, Luke and Faith in "Wild Hearts," a two-hour original film written by the Schroder parents and directed by Ricky as a starring vehicle for daughter Cambrie, an up-and-coming young actress. The film is a coming of age story about a sophisticated young girl Willow Johnson who leaves Malibu for the beautiful High Country of the Sierra Nevada Mountains in order to find her father Jack Thomas and potentially create a loving relationship with him. After she meets up with Jack, the young girl will discover her first love is a wild, but gifted mustang she names Bravo. The steed's indomitable spirit helps Willow find a love for spontaneity and adventure with the father she thought she would never know.

Ricky Schroder is a career actor who made his debut at eight years old in the theatrical film, "The Champ," for which he won a Golden Globe(R). Schroder later went to become an international child star in the TV series, "Silver Spoons," and he acted in dozens of top TV movies and miniseries like "Lonesome Dove," before creating Detective Danny Sorenson and replacing Jimmy Smits in "NYPD Blue." Schroder recently completed another Hallmark Movie Channel Original Film playing a villainous character opposite Luke Perry's Circuit Court Judge in "Goodnight for Justice: Queen of Hearts."

Andrea Schroder is one of America's foremost experts in interior design and is a reality star having appeared on network shows like Bravo's "Top Design" and Hallmark Channel's "Home & Family."

Ricky and Andrea Schroder wrote "Wild Hearts" as a starring vehicle for their daughter Cambrie. The film also stars the Schroders' other children - Holden, Luke and Faith. "Wild Hearts" is a Ricky Schroder Productions film and is Executive Produced by Ricky Schroder and Andrea Schroder, directed by Ricky Schroder, edited by Jeremiah Daws, with music by Michael Lord.

Hallmark Movie Channel, the second linear channel from Crown Media Holdings, Inc., simulcast in SD (Standard Definition) and HD (High Definition), is a trusted family-friendly network devoted to quality storytelling. Available in 50 million homes and one of the fastest-growing cable TV networks, Hallmark Movie Channel is a 24-hour digital cable network dedicated to bringing viewers original movies with a mix of classic theatrical films, and presentations from the acclaimed Hallmark Hall of Fame library. In today's crowded television landscape, the network offers viewers a diverse range of film genres, including mysteries, westerns, coming-of-age dramas, and epic fantasies.

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  [january 2013]  


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