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The Depression held an icy grip on New Bedford through the winter of 1933. Grace tries to find love with Del but that proves to be difficult. Hub gets his first dose of “The Fever” and Fat finds out about the “birds and the bees” in the process. Honey and Max build their new life together while Bob and Toppy’s marriage is crumbling. Many other townsfolk have fallen on hard times in the wake of the Silver Dome Mine closure but matriarch May Bailey refuses to go down without a fight.
Starring: Kathryn Greenwood, Dylan Provencher, Tyrone Savage, James Carroll, Shirley Douglas, Cynthia Belliveau
Composer: Peter Breiner
Release Date: 2009
Formats: Standard DVD
Runtime: 600 minutes
Includes the following episodes:
1.The Resurrection of May
2.The Long Weekend
3.The Forever Leap
4.My Beautiful Mom
6.The Crystal Skull
10.Grace of Hollywood
12. A Mission For Honey
13 Life On Mars
My family and I have just finished watching Wind at My Back on DVD and absolutely loved it!!! I would recommend this series very highly to anyone.
Wind at My Back: Season Three - Standard Fullscreen
I love this series....3,4&5 were as good as 1&2!
I had not heard of Sullivan before watching Wind at my Back season1. Price was much better then other sites and ordering was easy and I received the dvds in a timely manner. I will continue to purchase from Sullivan!
I was so glad to find this website! I love all things Sullivan! My order was very prompt and I was so happy to be able to finish my collection of Wind at my Back.
First of all, I would like to say thank you to Sullivan for such a quick delivery service. I thought it would take at least two or three weeks to arrive (Canada to Scotland) but it arrived in 5 days, well packaged and in perfect condition.
I had seen Anne of Green Gables and Road to Avonlea from childhood and heard of Wind at my Back, but for some reason never thought to give it a try. I'm glad I didn't because just when I thought I had exhausted all family-friendly series, I came across this and have fallen in love. It has the perfect balance of fantastic humour and the more difficult and heart-wrenching moments. The characters and setting and story lines are just wonderful and several stand out as fresh and unique.
I really wish Sullivan Entertainment would make another series like this or Road to Avonlea - shows like 'Lark Rise to Candleford' have proved there's still a large contemporary audience for wholesome shows. I can't wait for the final two seasons. I wish there were more.