CBS Schoolbreak Special (1984–1996)

Dedicated to the One I Love 

Teenage girl is stunned to discover that her deceased boyfriend was exposed to the AIDS virus.

Director:

Bradley Wigor

Writer:

Joseph Maurer
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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Lisa Dean Ryan Lisa Dean Ryan ... Amy Miller
Georgann Johnson ... Evelyn Somerville
Joey Sciacca Joey Sciacca ... Ron Somerville
Joely Fisher ... Kris Stone
Patrick Malone ... Mike Harris
Danielle Ferland Danielle Ferland ... Kate Newman
Miguel Sandoval ... Mr. Acosta
Rusty Gray Rusty Gray ... Artie Marino (as Rusty Schmidt)
Ben Cleaveland Ben Cleaveland ... Warren Bailey
Will Lyman ... Peter Miller
Cristine Rose ... Marilyn Miller
Mariangela Pino ... Linda Manning
Curt Cornelius ... Tom
Esther Scott ... Mary
Peter Fitzgerald ... Cliff Douglas
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Teenage girl is stunned to discover that her deceased boyfriend was exposed to the AIDS virus.

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Drama | Family | Romance

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

22 October 1991 (USA) See more »

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Color
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Powerful Film, Fun Times
10 May 2008 | by mkillentvSee all my reviews

Making this film was at times a very intense experience. The story surrounding a young girl dealing with AIDS was very serious but working with executive producers Brad Wigor and Joe Maurer along with Producer Dale White made for more than a few laughs along the way. We had all teamed up before on previous projects so we had a a good working relationship.

Brad, who also directed, wanted to shoot the film in his home town of Cincinnati, Ohio so I went to Ohio with him to set things up. As budgets go, we eventually had to trim plans down to only one day of location filming with a few of the cast members. But we did it and the results were fantastic.

As I think back on the making of this film I remember a couple of special moments. Going to dinner with the crew and sitting next to DP Jack Whitman while he told tales of working with Jack Lord on Hawaii Five-O. Joining members of the cast in Joely Fisher's hotel room in Cincinnati to watch "Misery" on TV. Also in Ohio, meeting Brad Wigor's family. (I'm still not sure if they really understood what line of work Brad was actually in!) And winning the Humanitas Prize for this film. An honor I still cherish today.

Perhaps this film will one day appear on TV or DVD. I know I'd like to see it again.

Michael Killen, Co-Producer


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