By: Angie Casey
By: Angie Casey

A women's cable channel has started preproduction on a television movie about Natalee Holloway's disappearance in Aruba.

"The Natalee Holloway Story," a movie about the 2005 disappearance of the 18-year-old Mountain Brook High School graduate who never returned from a graduation trip.

It's based on the book her mother, Beth Holloway, wrote. The movie focuses on Holloway's efforts to find out what happened.

Tanya Lopez, Lifetime's senior vice president for original movies, said they are pleased to be working with Holloway to raise awareness of how to keep children safe.

Last summer, the channel's movie about Delimar Vera, whose mother found her seven years after she was kidnapped, became the second-most-watched movie in the network's 10-year history.

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  • by Harley Location: Macrare on Feb 4, 2010 at 01:29 PM
    I think it is soooo bad about what happened to natalie in aruba im only 10 years old and i think that uron and his stupid little friend are such butholes and I want yall 2 Know that im still hoping that someday those boys will atmet that they did something 2 natalie. And i also pray we will find her with love Harley
  • by lucia Location: cumming, ga on Apr 19, 2009 at 05:24 PM
    I am sure this movie would raise awareness to parents on how to keep your children safe.
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