The made-for-television family film made a big come back Friday, with the TV film "Secrets of the Mountain."
Corporate giants Walmart and Proctor & Gamble teamed up to sponsor the film, which aired April 16 on NBC. For those who missed the film's premiere, a DVD and soundtrack will be sold together, in one bonus pack, exclusively at Walmart on Saturday, April 17.
The film follows a single mom, who travels to the mountains to investigate an offer on the family cabin she inherited from her favorite uncle. But there are secrets to learn. Watch the movie trailer here.
The movie starred Barry Bostwick as Henry, Crawford Wilson and Paige Turco as Dana.
The story is a return to the days of wholesome TV movies the entire family can enjoy. And a familiar TV face, Randy Jackson from "American Idol," produced the film's soundtrack.
Listen to samples from the soundtrack here:
Watch special cast videos here:
"The greatest accomplishment I ever had is having kids," Jackson said. "I have had a lot of accolades in my life and I
have been blessed in a lot of ways, but that is still the thing I am most proud of."
"And trying to impart any sort of wisdom on them and helped them in this life to get a really good foothold and everything they want to do in their dreams," he added. "I love being a dad more than anything."
"Secrets of the Mountain" premiered Friday at 8 p.m. EDT on NBC.
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