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Zoya (Danielle Steel's Zoya) (1995)





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Melissa Gilbert stars in the title role of this made-for-television adaption of the novel by Danielle Steel. Gilbert stars as Zoya, an Russian orphan who flees her homeland and falls in love with an American Army soldier stationed in Paris. The two settle in New York, start a family and all seems well, but the dramatic twists and turns for Zoya have only just begun.


Bruce Boxleitner
as Clayton Andrews
Diana Rigg
as Evgenia
Philip Casnoff
as Simon Hirsch
David Warner
as Vladimir
Peggy Cass
as Mrs. Molloy
Brian J. Williams
as Firefighter
Zane Carney
as Young Nicky
Burtt Harris
as Fitzhugh
Taryn Davis
as Young Sasha
Henderson Forsythe
as Arnold Evan
Gregory Hlady
as Diaghilev
Jane Wheeler
as Female Gossip #1
Jane How
as Natalya
Julie Cox
as Maria
Susan Haskell
as Elizabeth
Richard Durden
as Konstantin
Gabriel Gascon
as Paris Doctor
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Unsurprisingly soapy foolishness crams too much into its extended running time. Diana Rigg is great but Melissa Gilbert, the personification of American apple cheeked spunk and sturdiness, is woefully miscast as a Russian noble and ballerina. She is not believable for an instant.

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