CTVA US Anthology - "Hallmark Hall of Fame" Season 13 (1963-64)

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 Season 13 (1963-64)
Episode Guide compiled by The Classic TV Archive
with contributions by:  Rina Fox
references:
TV Guide
Library of Congress (telnet://locis.loc.gov)
Internet Movie Database (http://us.imdb.com)
UCLA Film and Television Archive


 

########## Hallmark Hall of Fame ##########
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[--] 20Oct63 ABC Sun 6:00-7:30PM ET
- rerun of "The Tempest" (90min)
(color) (first aired 03Feb60)
(pre-empted "Meet the Press" & "The Bill Dana Show")

Ep 13.01 Hallmark Hall of Fame: THE PATRIOTS
15-Nov-1963
adaptation by Robert Hartung
story by Sidney Kingsley
produced & directed by George Schaefer
starring
Charlton Heston as Thomas Jefferson
John Fraser as Alexander Hamilton
Howard St. John as George Washington
Peggy Ann Garner as Patsy Jefferson Randolph
Frank Schofield as James Madison
Michael Higgins as James Monroe
with
Robinson Stone as Mr. Reid
William Lemassena as Colonel Humphreys
Dana Elcar as Jacob
John Karlen as Ned
Wallace Engelhardt as Matt
Laurinda Barrett as Mrs. Alexander Hamilton
Herbert Nelson as General Henry Knox
Ted Van Grifthuysen as Mr. Fenno
Frederick O'Neal as Jupiter
John Gerstad as the Messenger
Paula Trueman as Mrs. Conrad
Forrest Wood as the Frontiersman

Ep 13.02 Hallmark Hall of Fame: A CRY OF ANGELS
15-Dec-1963
written by Sherman Yellen
produced & directed by George Schaefer
starring
Walter Slezak as George Frederic Handel
Maureen O'Hara as Susanna Cibber
Hermione Gingold as Princess Caroline
Hurd Hatfield as Prince Frederic
with
Norman Barrs as Peter LeBlond
Douglas Rain as Charles Jennens
Kathryn Loder as Serefina
Carl Harms as First Puppeteer
Donald Somers as Second Puppeteer
Arthur Tell as Bailiff
Summary:
The story behind the writing of Handel's Messiah.

Ep 13.xx Hallmark Hall of Fame: ABE LINCOLN IN ILLINOIS
05-Feb-1964
adapted by Robert Hartung
story by Robert E. Sherwood
produced & directed by George Schaefer
starring
Jason Robards, Jr. as Abe Lincoln
Kate Reid as Mary Todd
James Broderick as Joshua Speed
Hiram Sherman as Judge Bowling Green
Douglas Watson as Ninian Edwards
Burt Brinckerhoff as William Herndon
with
Roy Poole as Seth Gale
Staats Cotsworth as Crimmin
Mildred Trares as Ann Rutledge
William Hansen as Mentor Graham
James Congdon as Jack
Don Gantry as Jasp
Nan McFarland as Nancy Green
Joan Hotchkis as Elizabeth Edwards
Toni Darnay as Aggie Gale
Jack Bittner as Stephen A. Douglas
Tom Slater as Robert Lincoln
Casey Peters as Willie Lincoln
Harry Ellerbe as Harrick
Frederic Tozere as Sturveson
Summary:
Dramatization of Lincoln's romance with Ann Rutledge

and his relations with Mary Todd Lincoln.

Ep 13.xx Hallmark Hall of Fame: LITTLE MOON OF ALBAN
18-Mar-1964
written by James Costigan
produced & directed by George Schaefer
starring
Julie Harris as Brigid Mary
Dirk Bogarde as Kenneth Boyd
Alan Webb as Dr. Clive
Liam Redmond as Father Curran
Ruth White as Shelagh Mangan
with
Stephen Brooks as Dennis Walsh
Katherine Hynes as Sister Servant
Liam Clancy as Boy singer
Dermot McNamara as Patch Keegan
Norman Barrs as English officer
Rae Allen as Sister Martha Kevin
Mildred Trares as Sister Barbara
Nancy Reardon as Sister Theresa
English Soldiers
Jamie Ross
Joseph Maher
Charles C. Welch
Daniel J. Travanti

 

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