Bonds of Love

Bonds of Love

Director: Larry Elikann Cast: Kelly McGillis, Treat Williams, Steve Railsback


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The Bonds of Love in this made-for-TV drama are those forged between divorcee Kelly McGillis and mentally disabled Treat Williams. What begins as a friendship between two lost souls blossoms into a deep and genuine romance. Their wedding plans are challenged by his mother (Grace Zabriskie) and father (Hal Holbrook)-who are not depicted as villains but merely well-meaning and overprotective (only Williams' brother, played by Steve Railsback, comes off in negative terms). Based on a true story, Bonds of Love is set in Kansas (though it was lensed in Ontario). The film premiered January 24, 1973.

Product Details

Release Date: 05/04/2004
UPC: 0881273000092
Original Release: 1992
Rating: NR
Source: Trinity Home Ent
Time: 1:33:00

Special Features

Digitally mastered; Dolby Digital English 2.0 stereo; Fullscreen presentation; Interactive menus; Scene selection

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Kelly McGillis Actor
Treat Williams Actor
Steve Railsback Ken Smith
Grace Zabriskie Emma Smith
R.H. Thomson Jake Hobart
Hal Holbrook Jim Smith
Gordon Pinsent Actor
Kenneth Welsh Judge
Colin Fox Dr. Roche
Gordon Clapp Evaluator
Shannon Lawson Corrie
William Colgate Charlie
Brenda Bazinet Sally
Gene Mack Minister Craig
Kenner Ames Darrell
Michael Rhoades Jason
Ron Lea Reporter

Technical Credits
Larry Elikann Director
Harry B. Chandler Executive Producer
Rodney Charters Cinematographer
George S. Clinton Score Composer
David M. Davis Art Director
Laurie Drew Costumes/Costume Designer
Mary Gallagher Screenwriter
Julian Marks Producer
Joel S. Rice Co-producer
Tony Thatcher Production Manager
Clare Walker Casting
Heidi Wall Co-producer
Treat Williams Executive Producer

Scene Index

Side #1 --
1. We Could Be Friends [10:41]
2. I'm in Love [9:37]
3. You Been Keepin' Robbie Out! [10:58]
4. This Here's My Boyfriend [8:45]
5. I Can't Testify [10:35]
6. Me And Rose [18:48]
7. I'm Not Retarded [13:27]
8. Will You Wait for Me?/End Credits [10:32]

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