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  • Drama
  • Western
The US series Dr. Quinn - Medicine Woman (OT: Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman) made by CBS is settled in the second half of the 19th century. The story begins in 1867, when the young doctor Dr. Michaela Quinn (Jane Seymour) to Colorado Springs passes. It is a small town in the middle of Colorado. Dr. Quinn has left for a job as a doctor in her family rich Boston. Now they want to start a life far away from the home. However, when she arrives in Colorado Springs, she is abruptly turned away because the local community obviously with the arrival of a certain Dr. Michael Quinn had expected.    A woman can not be a good doctor - so the prejudice which puts forward the Conservative share of the population. Nevertheless, Dr. leaves Quinn not be intimidated by the little warm welcome and remain persistent. Committed they committed to the position of women in the Wild West, and also ensures that the root of the Cheyenne Indians will not be suppressed in the reserve. Dr. Quinn replaced the prevailing intolerance by the maxim of acceptance and minority issues trying to solve by setting up a dialogue between the different parties. In their ambitious projects it is supported actively by Charlotte Cooper (Diane Ladd).    When this dies unexpectedly, it transmits Dr. Quinn responsibility for their children. In particular, these are to Matthew (Chad Allen), Colleen (Jessica Bowman) and Brian (Shawn Toovey). In addition, learning Dr. Quinn over time Byron Sully (Joe Lando) know each other and falls in love with him.    Main characters of Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman    Dr. Michaela Quinn (Jane Seymour) lives with her wealthy family in Boston. Here she grew up and became, following the example of her father to the medical examiner. Now she wants to help in Colorado Springs as a doctor to people and start a family. Although it is difficult to integrate into the community at the beginning of the series, she quickly finds a way to come to terms with their new environment and the social environment.    Byron Sully (Joe Lando) is a fun-loving person who just responsibly as compassionately cares for his fellow human beings and maintains close contacts with the tribe of Cheyenne Indians. When he Dr. Quinn gets to know, he falls in love with her. The two become friends and eventually start a family. Together they have a daughter. This is named Katie.    Offsides called Characters Charlotte Cooper (Diane Ladd) plays an important role in the progress of the action in Dr. Quinn - Medicine Woman. The tough woman supports Dr. Quinn loosen from the start with its plans, the conservative community in Colorado Springs and continues as a social problem cases. When she dies tragically, it brings Dr. Quinn on his deathbed to himself, in order to transfer the custody of their children. From then on, Dr. cares Quinn to Matthew Cooper (Chad Allen), Colleen Cooper (Erika Flores, from Season 3: Jessica Bowman) and Brian Cooper (Shawn Toovey). The three are, however, quick to adults, as their surrogate mother loves is.    Background information on Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman    Dr. Quinn - Medicine Woman celebrated on 1 January 1993 its premiere on CBS. This was followed by 150 episodes with a respective maturity of around 45 minutes, divided in six seasons. The series ran until 1998. The plot of format actually mixed events with fictional storylines and can interact with historical imaginary personalities. The concept of the series was in the audience very well received. Not least covers Dr. Quinn - Medicine Woman as western, family and physician series an exceptionally large target group. In addition to the series was 1996, a novel called Dr. Quinn Medicine Woman released. This was written by Teresa Warfield and treated the birth, childhood and youth of the eponymous protagonist. In addition, there are two TV films continue the events of the TV drama: Dr. Quinn - Medicine Woman: The Movie (James Keach, 1999) and Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman: The Heart Within (Jerry London, 2001). (MH)