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Always Remember I Love You

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Always Remember I Love You

Always Remember I Love You
Directed by Michael Miller
Produced by Bruce Golin
Marcy Gross
Diane Walsh
Ann Weston
Written by Vivienne Radkoff
Starring Patty Duke
Stephen Dorff
Joan Van Ark
Richard Masur
David Birney
Music by David Shire
Cinematography Laszlo George
Editing by Janet Bartels
Release date(s) December 23, 1990
Running time 95 minutes
Country United States
Language English

Always Remember I Love You is a 1990 television film starring Patty Duke and Stephen Dorff. It tells the story of a teenage boy who, after finding out he was adopted, runs away from home to search for his biological family.


Shortly after Robert Mendham (played by Stephen Dorff) turns 16, he finds out from his parents (David Birney and Joan Van Ark) that he was not only adopted, but stolen from his childhood home (a fact unknown by his parents until that time). He then runs away from home to search for his biological parents and ends up in a small town in Ohio where, using the public library files, he tracks down his mother Ruth Monroe (Patty Duke) and father Earl (Richard Masur). He then manages to befriend his biological brother and get taken in as a runaway by them, while trying to find out where he belongs, all the while keeping his true identity from them.


Home Video releases

The movie was released on VHS in the UK in 1991 by Odyssey Pictures.

External links

  • Internet Movie Database
  • Always remember I love you, movie trailer
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