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Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman: The Heart Within (2001)

Not Rated | | Drama | TV Movie 12 May 2001
When Dr. Mike and Sully travel to Boston for Colleen's graduation from medical school, they find Dr. Mike's mother terminally ill. Sully finds himself a target for assassination by a corrupt politician.


Jerry London


Beth Sullivan (characters), Beth Sullivan


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Credited cast:
Jane Seymour ... Dr. Michaela 'Dr. Mike' Quinn
Joe Lando ... Byron Sully
Jessica Bowman ... Colleen Cooper-Cook
Shawn Toovey Shawn Toovey ... Brian Cooper
Sara McRae ... Katie Sully
Brandon Douglas ... Dr. Andrew Cook
Vlasta Vrana ... Dr. Charles Cook
Georgann Johnson ... Elizabeth Ann Weston Quinn
Elinor Donahue ... Rebecca Quinn Dickinson
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Jeffrey Aarles Jeffrey Aarles ... First Businessman
Victoria Barkoff Victoria Barkoff ... Elizabeth Cady Stanton
Jude Beny ... Martha
Maria Bircher Maria Bircher ... Cook's Nurse
James Bradford James Bradford ... Attorney (as Jim Bradford)
Bibi Burton Bibi Burton ... Mrs. Holloway


When Dr. Mike and Sully travel to Boston for Colleen's graduation from medical school, they find Dr. Mike's mother terminally ill. Sully finds himself a target for assassination by a corrupt politician.

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Dr. Mike, Sully and the family travel to Boston for an adventure they'll never forget.




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Release Date:

12 May 2001 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Dr. Quinn See more »

Filming Locations:

Montréal, Québec, Canada

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1.33 : 1
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The film takes place in 1876. See more »


In the series finale Andrew said his parents were dead but his father Charles is in this movie along with his mother who were both introduced at Elizabeth Quinn's party. See more »


Dr. Charles Cook: I'm sorry to announce especially at this inpportune moment, that Colleen will not be joining our practice.
Elizabeth Ann Weston Quinn: I beg your your pardon!
Dr. Charles Cook: I have partners and they have spoken.
Elizabeth Ann Weston Quinn: And what do they say? That Colleen isn't good enough to work beside them.
Dr. Charles Cook: It's not a question of goodness. She is as fine of a young woman as anyone would hope to find. However my partners believe that our patients would not abide a woman doctor.
Elizabeth Ann Weston Quinn: Then I see no problem. Colleen is not a woman doctor, as you sir are not a man ...
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Follows Dr. Quinn Medicine Woman: The Movie (1999) See more »

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Dr. Quinn Medicine Woman
12 September 2005 | by watchinghawk2004See all my reviews

Jane Seymour brought out a lot of the truths about our Native American relatives by her portrayal of Dr. Quinn. The producers also added a lot by using a lot of the natural Native American language in a lot of the scenes showing the Indians and a lot of conversations between Indian brothers and sisters. Dr. Quinn's willingness to teach what she knew to backwards taught people, like the local people of old Colorado Springs back in the 1880's. Jake Butcher, the local so called doctor before Dr. Quinn showed up, was a real inspiration of what he saw as a youth growing up and being the towns physician at that time.

Dr. Quinn Medicine Woman, was a wholesome inspiring show that gave us a program that could be viewed and enjoyed by many. It saddens me that our television of today is so corrupt with foul language and nudity and explosive violence. Good shows that are needed are now a thing of the past. Maybe a writer/producer will some day bring back another television show that helps others by teaching things of the past.

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