In search of a spot to launch a medical practice, Bostonian Michaela Quinn (Jane Seymour) followed her pioneer spirit to the frontier town of Beacon Hill, Colorado. The rugged west in 1867 proves unwelcoming to a woman traveling solo, but Dr. Quinn perseveres, even when the death of a local midwife leaves her the acting guardian of three young children. As she settles in, the strong-willed doctor befriends a local Cheyenne, Byron Sully (Joe Lando), and with his support endeavors to show Beacon Hill that her practice can thrive. In the vein of LITTLE HOUSE ON THE PRAIRIE, DR. QUINN, MEDICINE WOMAN radiates traditional family values, but through a distinctly progressive filter; throughout its six seasons, the show took on environmental polluters, sexism, and even gun control. This complete series collection offers all 150 episodes of the program's initial CBS run, and includes a special Jane Seymour episode of A&E's BIOGRAPHY.
William Shockley - Actor/"Dream Lover"
Frank Collison - American Actor
Chuck Bowman - PRODUCER
Jane Seymour - TV/Movie Actress, DR. QUINN, MEDICINE WOMAN (1990s)
Melissa Rosenberg - Screenwriter, STEP UP (2006)
Chad Allen - TV Actor/"Murder In New..
Orson Bean - American TV/Film Actor
Dallas Burrows - American TV/Film Actor
Gwen Arner - Director/"Necessary..."
Carl Binder - SCREENWRITER
Alan J. Levi - Director