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This is an ORIGINAL 5" x 7" Color PHOTO Flyer CHARLIES ANGELS actress, JACLYN SMITH with L.A. LAW's CORBIN BERNSEN and NIKITA co-star, LYNDSY FONSECA, when they starred in the HALLMARK Original movie,

Ordinary Miracles

Kay Woodbury is a powerful and tough judge who has not spoken to her father since he tried to involve her in a scam. At her latest case, she deals with Sally Powell, a troubled and rebellious teenager who has been in several foster homes in her life. Feeling abandoned by her biological parents, she expresses her anger to anyone who tries to grow close to her. She is given up by her latest foster parents and, because there are not any replacements available, she is put in juvenile prison.

Sympathizing with her, Kay decides to take Sally into her home. Sally is initially reluctant to trust Kay and steals some of Kay's jewelry. She pawns it off in the hopes of getting enough money to move to San Francisco with her boyfriend, who is a typical bad boy. However, it only earns them $200. Kay and Sally soon grow to like each other, and Kay is especially impressed with Sally's intelligence. Sally especially seems to enjoy chess. Sally tries to help Kay impress her ex-husband David, who is about to marry a much younger woman.

Meanwhile, Kay is going through Sally's files and finds out her biological father, James, lives near her home. She contacts him for landscaping work and they soon befriend each other. Kay does not tell him about Sally. Later, when he does find out, he argues with Kay and refuses to talk to his daughter, claiming that she would not accept him. Sally, meanwhile, has found her files and feels betrayed by Kay, as she always made clear that she has no interest in meeting her biological parents.

She steals more of Kay's jewelry and runs away with her boyfriend. Her boyfriend, instead of simply selling the jewelry, robs the pawn shop and involves Sally without a warning. Upset, she demands that he drops her off, and he leaves without her. Sally returns home and is welcomed back by Kay. In the end, she decides to give her father a second chance.

Director: Michael Switzer

Writer: Bud Schaetzle

Stars:

Jaclyn Smith, Lyndsy Fonseca and C. Thomas Howell

Cast

Jaclyn Smith ... Judge Kay Woodbury
Lyndsy Fonseca ... Sally Powell
C. Thomas Howell ... Jim Powell
Sarah Aldrich ... Miranda Powell
Corbin Bernsen ... David Woodbury
Erik Eidem ... Pete Smalling
Nancy Linehan Charles ... Claire
Jocko Marcellino ... Billy O
Lorna Scott ... Millie Rayburn
Ken Narasaki ... Michael Katsu
Ina Barron ... Monica Tejada
Matty Castano ... Danny Katsu (as Matthew Junmar)
Lon Sunders ... Baliff
John Bishop ... Tom, Mr. Jensen
Mary K. DeVault ... Mrs. Jensen (as Mary Kowalski)

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CHARLIE'S ANGELS

Once upon a time, Jill, Sabrina & Kelly were police officers whose skills were being wasted in menial duties such as filing and answering phones. A mysterious millionaire named Charles Townsend took them away from all that by opening his own private investigation agency, and hiring these gorgeous ladies as his operatives with John Bosley acting as their assistant and liaison. The "Angels" frequently went undercover as models, strippers or cocktail waitresses in their investigations. When Jill left the agency to pursue a career in auto racing(!), she was replaced by her sister Kris. Sabrina also departed to start a family, and she was replaced by debutante Tiffany, who was then replaced by street-smart New Yorker Julie.

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MORE INFO ON JACLYN SMITH: Jaclyn Ellen Smith (born October 26, 1945) is an American actress. She is best known for the role of Kelly Garrett in the television series Charlie's Angels, and was the only original female lead to remain with the series for its complete run (1976–81). She became a well known face on television starring in over thirty made for TV movies and more recently was the hostess of Bravo's weekly competitive reality television show Shear Genius for its first two seasons. Beginning in the 1980s, she began developing and marketing her own brands of clothing and perfume. She has often been voted one of the most beautiful women in the world.

Smith was born in Houston, Texas, the daughter of Margaret Ellen (née Hartsfield) and Jack Smith, a dentist. She attended Trinity University in San Antonio.

After college, she moved to New York City with hopes of dancing with the ballet. Her career aspirations shifted to modeling and acting as she found work in television commercials and print ads, including one for Listerene mouthwash. She landed a job as a "Breck girl" for Breck Shampoo in 1971, and a few years later joined another popular model/actress, Farrah Fawcett, as a spokesmodel for Wella Balsam shampoo.

On March 21, 1976, the first appearance of Smith playing the character Kelly Garrett in Charlie's Angels was aired as a movie of the week. The movie starred Kate Jackson, Farrah Fawcett (billed as Farrah Fawcett-Majors) and Smith as private investigators for Townsend Associates, a detective agency run by a reclusive multi-millionaire whom the women had never met. Voiced by John Forsythe, the Charles Townsend character presented cases and dispensed advice via a speakerphone to his core team of three female employees, to whom he referred as "Angels." They were aided in the office and occasionally in the field by two male associates, played by character actors David Doyle and David Ogden Stiers. The program earned a huge Nielsen rating, causing the network to air it a second time and okay production for a series, with all of the principal characters save the one played by Stiers.

The series formally debuted on September 22, 1976, and ran for five seasons. The show would become a smash success not only in the U.S. but, in successive years, in syndication around the world, spawning a cottage industry of peripheral products, particularly in the show's first three seasons, including several series of bubble gum cards, two sets of fashion dolls, numerous posters, puzzles, and school supplies, novelizations of episodes, toy vans, and a board game, all featuring Smith's likeness. The "Angels" also appeared on the covers of magazines around the world, from countless fan magazines to TV Guide (four times) to Time Magazine.

Fawcett-Majors departed at the end of the first season, and Cheryl Ladd was a successful addition to the cast, remaining until the end of the series. Jackson departed at the end of the third season, and proved harder to replace, as first Shelley Hack and then Tanya Roberts were brought in to try re-igniting the chemistry, media attention and ratings success enjoyed by the earlier teams. Smith played her role for all five seasons of Charlie's Angels until 1981, also portraying the Garrett character in a guest appearance in the 1977 pilot episode of The San Pedro Beach Bums and in a cameo in the 2003 feature film Charlie's Angels: Full Throttle.

Christina Chambers portrayed Smith in the television film Behind the Camera: The Unauthorized Story of Charlie's Angels.

Smith's first acting venture outside the Angels mold was the CBS-TV movie of the week Escape from Bogen County (1977). Then came a leading role in Joyce Haber's The Users with Tony Curtis and John Forsythe in 1978.

In 1980, Smith starred with Robert Mitchum in the suspense thriller Nightkill. The movie was touted as her first big screen role, but turned out to be a huge disappointment for Smith, as the film was largely unreleased in the cinema and quickly went to TV.[ Smith then starred in the blockbuster TV movie Jacqueline Bouvier Kennedy in 1981, and received a Best Actress nomination from the Golden Globe awards. However, she lost out to Jane Seymour who won the award for her role in the TV remake of East of Eden. In 1983, Sidney Sheldon's Rage of Angels arrived on Smith's doorstep. In 1984, Smith starred in the made for TV movie The Night They Saved Christmas as an oil foreman's wife who is taken to see Santa Claus so that he can convince her to stop her husband's blasting activities before he destroys Santa.

In 1988, Smith appeared in another miniseries based from a Sheldon novel, Windmills of the Gods, this time with Robert Wagner as her love interest. It was another triumph in the Nielsen ratings.

The one that certified Smith's reign as the Queen of TV/Miniseries was the offer to star opposite the King Of TV Miniseries Richard Chamberlain in the adaptation of Robert Ludlum's The Bourne Identity. Smith was Chamberlain's first choice as his leading lady but she had just wrapped up with the Windmills of the Gods shoot and declined the part. The role was offered to Lesley-Anne Down who wanted her husband to photograph the film Producers refused and again offered the role to Smith. The result was a huge hit not only in America but overseas.

In 1989, Smith starred in Settle the Score, her first disturbing role. It detailed incest, rape, killings, and other dirty family secrets. The film again proved her Nielsen ratings clout.

Other hits were Florence Nightingale, George Washington, Lies Before Kisses, The Rape of Dr. Willis, In the Arms of a Killer, and several TV versions of Danielle Steel novels, including Family Album (1994). Her then-husband Tony Richmond also directed her in the 1985 feature film Deja Vu.

In 1989, Smith had the title role in Christine Cromwell, a mystery television series based in San Francisco which only lasted one season. Its cast included such esteemed actors as Celeste Holm (as Christine Cromwell's oft-married mother) and Theodore Bikel. Christine Cromwell was part of ABC's "Mystery Wheel" series which rotated with other detective shows like Columbo, Kojak and Burt Reynolds' "B.L. Stryker". Smith's show had the distinction of being the only female character of the wheel.

Smith was honored in 1989 with a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.

From 2002 to 2004, Smith had a recurring role as Vanessa Cavanaugh in the series The District, which starred Craig T. Nelson. She reprised her Kelly Garrett role for a short cameo in the 2003 Charlie's Angels feature film, and appeared on episodes of "Hope and Faith". In May 2005, Smith starred as Judge Kay Woodbury in Hallmark's production of Ordinary Miracles.

Her appearance on the 2006 Emmy telecast led Bravo TV's producers to cast Smith as the celebrity host of Bravo's weekly competitive reality series, Shear Genius, which began airing in March 2007. Shear Genius (Season 2) began airing June 25, 2008.

In March 2010, Smith returned to acting after a five year absence with a guest-role on the NBC television drama Law & Order: Special Victims Unit, playing a retired police officer who helps Benson and Stabler crack a case involving a serial rapist and killer from the 1970s.

In 1985, Smith entered the business world with the introduction of her collection of women's apparel for Kmart. She pioneered the concept of celebrities developing their own brands rather than merely endorsing others. More than 100 million women have purchased clothing or accessories bearing her name. Awareness of the Jaclyn Smith name and brand by women 35–60 years of age is said to be higher than 80%. Industry authority Woman's Wear Daily reported that the signature Jaclyn Smith line had the highest consumer awareness of any private label apparel brand in the country. During her time as spokesmodel for Max Factor, Smith released her own perfume, called "California". The perfume's popularity led the company to release "California for Men".

Jaclyn entered the home furnishings market in 2002.

In May 2009, Smith allowed a documentary crew to profile her home life, design philosophy and relationship with Kmart in an online video series sponsored by Kmart.

Smith's foray into home furnishings was extended to Kmart stores in the fall of 2008, with the chain's introduction of its Jaclyn Smith Today product line of bedding and bath accessories.

Smith has been married four times. Her first marriage was to actor Roger Davis (1968–1975). She married Dennis Cole, an actor who had appeared on Charlie's Angels in 1977 and 1978. Cole appeared on the show two more times before the couple divorced in 1981. Cole's son from a previous marriage, Joe Cole, with whom Smith had maintained a relationship after her divorce from his father, was murdered in 1991 during a robbery; the killer has not been apprehended. Smith married filmmaker Tony Richmond in 1981. The couple have two children, Spencer Margaret and Gaston. Smith and Richmond divorced in 1989. Smith has been married to Houston cardiothoracic surgeon Brad Allen since 1997.

MORE INFO ON LYNDSY FONSECA: Lyndsy Marie Fonseca (born January 7, 1987) is an American actress known for playing Colleen Carlton on the CBS daytime soap opera The Young and The Restless, Dylan Mayfair on the ABC series Desperate Housewives, and Ted Mosby's daughter on How I Met Your Mother. She also played Katie Deauxma in the 2010 superhero film Kick-Ass. She is currently starring as Alex in the CW's action series Nikita.

Fonseca is of half-Portuguese descent. Born in Oakland, California, she was raised first in Alameda and then Moraga. She was discovered there by a manager and agent and immediately moved to Los Angeles for her first pilot season at age 13 in the middle of the school year. The following year she booked her breakthrough role, playing Colleen Carlton on The Young and the Restless with a three-year contract. With that, her parents moved the whole family to Los Angeles. Since the end of her contract, she has booked many television guest spots, television movies, two pilots and an independent feature film.

In 2001, Fonseca was signed by an agent and a manager and played troubled teen Colleen Carlton in CBS' daytime drama The Young and the Restless. She also has recurring roles as Ted Mosby's future daughter on How I Met Your Mother and as Donna on HBO's Big Love. She starred in the 2005 Hallmark TV film, Ordinary Miracles, as a 16-year-old juvenile delinquent who goes to live with a judge (Jaclyn Smith).

In fall 2007, she played Dawn in the movie Remember The Daze. She joined the cast of ABC's Desperate Housewives as the daughter of Katherine Mayfair (Dana Delany), a character moving onto Wisteria Lane. Fonseca also appeared in an episode of Switched!.

In 2008 she was nominated for the Actor award at the Screen Actors Guild Awards for Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Comedy Series for Desperate Housewives (2004) shared with the cast.

Fonseca played Katie Deauxma in the 2010 superhero film Kick-Ass. She appeared in three more US films in 2010, including Hot Tub Time Machine.

In 2010, she was cast in the CW's Nikita as Alex, a new recruit.

She was ranked #92 in TC Candler's "Most Beautiful Faces 2010" list. She was listed at #62 in the 2010 Maxim Hot 100 and #89 in the 2011 list.

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