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The Danielle Steel Collection (21-Disc Set) [Import]
Format: DVD Genre: TV Drama, TV Mini-Series
The Danielle Steel Collection (21-Disc Set) [Import]

The Danielle Steel Collection (21-Disc Set) [Import]

Format: DVD Genre: TV Drama, TV Mini-Series Theme: Romance
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Twenty-one-disc set includes:

Danielle Steel's Now And Forever (1983)

Contemporary love story from Danielle Steel stars Cheryl Ladd and Robert Coleby as Jessie and Ian Clarke, a married couple whose lives are turned upside down when Ian is accused of raping another woman. While Ian acknowledges he had an affair with the woman, he swears he's innocent of the assault. Will Jessie stand by her husband, even as he's sent to prison for a crime he didn't commit? With Carmen Duncan, Christine Amor. 92 min. C/Rtg: R

Danielle Steel's Kaleidoscope (1990)

Based on the novel by Danielle Steel, this riveting drama chronicles the experiences of three sisters whose lives take different paths after the deaths of their parents. Raised by separate families, the siblings reflect on broken hearts, shattered dreams and missed opportunities as they prepare to reunite after 30 years apart. Jaclyn Smith, Perry King, Colleen Dewhurst, Donald Moffatt star. 93 min. C/Rtg: NR

Danielle Steel's Fine Things (1990)

A department store executive thinks he’s found the happiness he sought when he marries a lovely divorcée, but their storybook life takes a tragic turn when she’s diagnosed with a terminal illness and her ex-husband abducts their young daughter. Moving drama based on Steel’s best-seller stars D.W. Moffett, Tracy Pollan, Cloris Leachman, and Judith Hoag. 146 min. C/Rtg: NR

Danielle Steel's Changes (1991)

Glossy soap opera drama based on Danielle Steel’s hit novel stars Cheryl Ladd as a beautiful New York-based TV anchorwoman. While attempting to juggle her career and raising her young child alone, she begins an affair with a divorced Los Angeles surgeon/father (Michael Nouri). But can their newfound love survive the demands of their separate families? With Christopher Gartin, Randee Heller. 91 min. C/Rtg: NR

Danielle Steel’s Palomino (1991)

The break-up of her marriage leads photographer Samantha Taylor (Lindsay Frost) to a California horse ranch where she finds love with rugged ranch hand Tate Jordan (Lee Horsley). However, Samantha must face loneliness when Tate leaves, tragedy after she's paralyzed in an accident, and grief when her dear friend (Eva Marie Saint) dies, Rod Taylor also stars. 95 min. C/Rtg: NR

Danielle Steel's Daddy (1991)

When his wife leaves him after 20 years of marriage, a floundering advertising executive (Patrick Duffy) struggles to keep his family together. But when he meets and falls for a beautiful actress (Lynda Carter), he must decide if he and his children are emotionally prepared for a new relationship. Thrilling romance based on Danielle Steel’s novel co-stars Kate Mulgrew, Ben Affleck, Jenny Lewis. 95 min. C/Rtg: NR

Danielle Steel’s Secrets (1992)

The cast members of hot new nighttime soap opera "Manhattan" are harboring some sordid real-life secrets that may make their fictional plot lines seem tame by comparison. There's blackmail, family drama, marital issues, and more in this saucy Danielle Steel drama. Christopher Plummer, Linda Purl, Josie Bissett, Nicole Eggert, Gary Collins, Ben Browder star. 93 min. C/Rtg: NR

Danielle Steel's Jewels (1992)

What does it take to learn how to love again? That question is examined in this romantic miniseries based on the Danielle Steel novel. After her marriage fails, American Sarah falls for British duke William and settles with him at a French chateau shortly before the outbreak of World War II. After the fighting ends, the couple opens a jewelry store that quickly becomes overrun by conflicts that threaten to rip them apart. Annette O’Toole, Anthony Andrews, Jürgen Prochnow star. 3 3/4 hrs. C/Rtg: NR

Danielle Steel's Heartbeat (1993)

A popular TV soap opera producer (John Ritter) enjoys his success but, being divorced and separated from his children, misses the simple rewards of family life. He meets and falls for a news executive (Polly Draper) whose unexpected pregnancy destroys her own happy marriage. Their growing love, however, is threatened by her conflicted hope that she might reconcile with her husband after the baby’s birth. Based on the romantic novel by Steel; Kevin Kilner, Michael Lembeck, and Nancy Morgan co-star. 91 min. C/Rtg: NR

Danielle Steel’s Star (1993)

Fleeing to San Francisco after being raped by her brother-in-law, Crystal Wyatt (Jennie Garth) manages to carve out a successful career as a singer. She also reconnects with an old flame (Craig Bierko), but their affair may not be what either of them hoped. Terry Farrell, Penny Fuller, Mitchell Ryan co-star. 120 min. Rtg: NR

Danielle Steel’s Message From Nam (1993)

Grief-stricken after the love of her life is killed while serving in Vietnam, journalism student Paxton Andrews (Jenny Robertson) finds a way to deal with the loss by traveling to the war zone in an effort to understand the nature of the conflict. Through her writing, Paxton also hopes to share that understanding with the folks back home. Moving drama also stars Nick Mancuso, Ed Flanders. 175 min. C/Rtg: NR

Danielle Steel's Once In A Lifetime (1994)

Lindsay Wagner stars as successful novelist Daphne Fields, who is left with the challenge of raising her deaf son alone, after the tragic loss of her husband and daughter in a fire. Daphne fears she will have to face the world by herself, until she meets Dr. Matthew Dane (Barry Bostwick), who specializes in treating deaf children. As the two grow closer, Daphne discovers that true love might come more than once in a lifetime. Adapted from Danielle Steel’s touching novel; Duncan Regehr, Amy Aquino, and Rex Smith also star. 91 min. C/Rtg: NR

Danielle Steel's A Perfect Stranger (1994)

Raphaella Phillips has a happy May-December marriage with her much older husband, who is suddenly taken gravely ill. She then meets an enigmatic stranger, and finds herself torn between her affections for and loyalty to her husband and her growing attraction to the caring, handsome man who might offer her happiness in the future. Which way will Raphaella’s conscience take her? An emotional drama based on the Danielle Steel novel, starring Robert Urich, Stacy Haiduk, and Darren McGavin. 91 min. C/Rtg: NR

Danielle Steel's Family Album (1994)

Though actress Faye Price Thayer (Jaclyn Smith) achieves stunning success in Hollywood and acclaim as one of the first female directors, it is her family that remains the most important thing in her life. Faye’s five beloved children come to appreciate their mother’s sacrifices in this compelling two-part adaptation of the Danielle Steel novel. Michael Ontkean, Joe Flanigan, and Kristin Minter also star. 4 hrs. C/Rtg: NR

Danielle Steel's Vanished (1995)

Following the tragic death of her son, grief-stricken Marielle gets divorced and attempts to move on with her life. Desperate to forget her troubles, she begins a whirlwind romance with her boss and soon gives birth to another boy. But when the child disappears, Marielle’s past comes rushing back and she enlists the help of an FBI agent to find her missing loved one. Gripping drama based on the Danielle Steel novel stars Lisa Rinna, George Hamilton, Robert Hays. 120 min. C/Rtg: NR

Danielle Steel's Zoya (1995)

This epic, two-part Danielle Steel saga follows the story of Countess Zoya Ossipov (Melissa Gilbert), who flees her Russian homeland after the murder of her parents amid the turmoil of the 1917 Communist revolution. Zoya manages to survive in Paris by becoming a dancer, and finds love in the arms of an American military man (Bruce Boxleitner). David Warner, Diana Rigg, and Peggy Cass also star. 4 hrs. C/Rtg: NR

Danielle Steel's Mixed Blessings (1995)

The joys and challenges of having children are explored in this adaptation of the Danielle Steel story. Brad and Pilar Coleman (James Naughton, Bess Armstrong) feel time is running out to have their own child together; Andy and Diana Douglas (Bruce Greenwood, Gabrielle Carteris) are unable to conceive naturally, so they pursue other options; finally, Charlie (Scott Baio) is ready to be a father, but Beth (Alexandra Paul) is not yet ready to make the commitment. 89 min. C/Rtg: NR

Danielle Steel's No Greater Love (1996)

Surviving the sinking of the Titanic that claimed the lives of her parents and fiancé, 20-year-old Edwina (Kelly Rutherford) assumes the position of head of her household, and must not only run the family newspaper, but raise her younger siblings through their many trials and tribulations. Having shut out any chance for love for years, Edwina finally comes to terms with her haunting memories in this powerful adaptation of the Danielle Steel novel. Chris Sarandon, Daniel Hugh Kelly, Susan Hogan also star. 120 min. C/Rtg: NR

Danielle Steel's Remembrance (1996)

Vanessa Fullerton is so haunted by the memory of her mother’s murder, only the telling of her story can grant her peace. Vanessa’s mother Serena (Eva LaRue Callahan) abandons her birthright to Italian royalty in order to marry an American military man. They have a daughter, but when he dies she is left struggling until she meets a famous photographer who starts her on a modeling career. He hides a terrible secret that will soon cost Serena her life. Based on the Danielle Steel novel, the film also stars Angie Dickinson and Jeffrey Nordling. 90 min. C/Rtg: NR

Danielle Steel's Full Circle (1996)

An ambitious, modern woman (Teri Polo) searches for the fullest life she can live during the turbulence and unrest of the 1960s. Sacrificing herself at the altar of her career, she later learns that there is room in her life for love. This dramatic adaptation of the Danielle Steel book also stars Corbin Bernsen, Rod Biermann, and Alice Carter. 120 min. C/Rtg: NR

Danielle Steel's The Ring (1996)

Nastassja Kinski stars as Ariana von Gotthard, a young woman in pre-WWII Germany who witnesses her family torn asunder by the encroaching Nazi threat, as her father is murdered for helping her brother escape to Switzerland. Ariana later marries a German soldier, who is also killed; pregnant with their child, she finally flees to America, taking with her a ring worn by her mother--the only object she possesses from her tragic past. Heart-wrenching adaptation of Steel’s novel also stars Michael York, Linda Lavin, James B. Sikking. 177 min. C/Rtg: NR

Standard; Soundtrack: English. Region Free

Studio: Umbrella Ent
Number of Discs: 21
Release Date: 11/19/2021
Theme: Romance
Item #: 2456984X
UPC #: 9344256024320
Attributes: Boxed Set, Australia - Import, NTSC Region 0
Product Type: DVD

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