The Book and the Rose

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It is a timeless love story about divergent paths, choices, and a meeting of hearts and ideals. Based on the popular short story “The People With the Roses,” by Max Lucado, The Book and The Rose is set in the 1940s.

When John Barnes acquires an old book filled with intriguing handwritten notes, he begins a correspondence with its previous owner – and it promises to be more than just an exchange of letters.

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  • Chris Kennedy ~~~ John Barnes
  • Patrick Tuttle ~~~ Seth Davis
  • Carey Lessard ~~~ Woman in the Green Dress
  • Elaine Fabyianic ~~~ Woman with the Rose
  • Kimmin O’Donnell ~~~ Sarah Parker (voice)
  • James Walker ~~~ Charlie
  • Margo Kellison ~~~ Betty
  • Barry Richmond ~~~ Drill Instructor
  • Aaron Ousley ~~~ Draftee
  • Ryan Saylor ~~~ Draftee
  • Chris Schneider ~~~ Sergeant
  • Roger Brown ~~~ Soldier
  • Anthony Cisneros ~~~ Soldier
  • Mark Bagby ~~~ Soldier
  • Bradford Fausett ~~~ Soldier
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  1. K says
    25 November 15, 12:26pm

    After viewing this lovely film I wanted to learn more background. How disappointed I was to read Sulamith Ish-Kishor’s story and compare it with Max Locado’s , written fifty years later. In “The People With the Roses” Locado changes names of people and places but it’s really the same story as “An Appointment With Love.” Sadly, Mr. Locado didn’t provide citation for the original. Had he been one of my sixth grade students a failing grade would have been necessary. This made me sad after feeling so inspired by the film.

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