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 Season 14 (1964-65)
Episode Guide compiled by The Classic TV Archive
with contributions by:  Rina Fox
references:
TV Guide
Library of Congress (telnet://locis.loc.gov)
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UCLA Film and Television Archive


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14.1 [--]  Hallmark Hall of Fame: THE FANTASTICKS
18-Oct-1964 NBC
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 Teleplay by Robert Hartung
Book and Lyrics by Tom Jones
Music by Harvey Schmidt
Based on French playwright Edmond Rostand's "Les Romanesques".
Produced and Directed by George Schaefer
Announcer Lee Vines
starring
Ricardo Montalban ..... El Gallo
Bert Lahr ............. Hucklebee
Stanley Holloway ...... Bellomy
John Davidson ......... Matt
Susan Watson .......... Luisa
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Musical Director Herbert Grossman
Musical Staging Herbert Ross
Orchestration Philip J. Lang
Settings Warren Clymer
Costumes Noel Taylor
Lighting Philip Hymes
Audio James Blaney
Video Arnold Dick
Video Tape Editor Peter Groom
Makeup Robert O'Bradovich
Hair Styles Robert Grimaldi
Stage Managers Sam Kirshman & Paul Lipson
Production Assistant Joyce Meckler
Graphic Arts Stas Ryka
Associate Director Adrienne Luraschi
Technical Director O. Tamburri
Unit Manager Bruce Bassett
for Compass Productions Inc.
Sybil Trubin
Joan H. Frank
Gordon R. Wynne Jr.
John E. Friend
Associate Producer Robert Hartung
Synopsis:
The story of a young couple in love who live next door to each other and are forbidden to associate. Despite
interference from their fathers and a wall between their yards, the couple seek each other out. Their parents
who feud with each other change their minds and help the course of young love. [RF]
Songs:
Ricardo sings "Try to Remember".
Susan sings "Much More".
John and Susan duet with "Metaphor".
Bert & Stanley sings "Never Say No".
Ricardo does "It Depends on What You Pay".
John and Susan perform "Soon It's Gonna Rain".
Bert, Stanley and Ricardo perform "Happy Ending".
John and Ricardo do "I Can See It".
John and Susan sing "They Were You".

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14.2 [--] Hallmark Hall of Fame: THE OTHER WORLD OF WINSTON CHURCHILL
30-Nov-1964 NBC
Production of Le Vien Films Ltd of London
 written by Caryl Brahms & Winston Churchill
based on the book "Painting as a Pastime" by Winston S. Churchill
directed by Louis Clyde Stoumen
director of photography Hone Glendinning
produced by Jack Levin
starring
Paul Scofield as Narrator (voice)
Patrick Wymark as Winston Churchill (voice)
Siân Phillips as Lady Lavery
Lady Birley as Herself
Paul Maze as Himself
Bernard L. Montgomery as Himself (describes their first meeting) (also archive footage) (as Field Marshal Montgomery)
Merle Oberon as Herself
also appearing
Clement Attlee as Himself (with his 1945 Cabinet) (archive footage)
Ernest Bevin as Himself (in 1945 Attlee Cabinet) (archive footage)
Clementine Churchill as Herself (at unveiling of Churchill portrait) (archive footage)
Winston Churchill as Himself (tours beach defences) (archive footage)
Salvador Dalí as Himself (gesticulates wildly) (archive footage)
Hugh Dalton as Himself (in 1945 Attlee Cabinet) (archive footage)
Dwight D. Eisenhower as Himself (in golf cart with Churchill) (archive footage)
George Hall (VII) as Himself (in 1945 Attlee Cabinet) (archive footage)
Rudolf Hess as Himself (on balcony with Hitler) (archive footage)
Adolf Hitler as Himself (watches the sky) (archive footage)
Wilhelm Keitel as Himself (watches sky with Hitler) (archive footage)
King George VI as Himself (on V-E Day) (archive footage) )
J.J. Lawson as Himself (in 1945 Attlee Cabinet) (archive footage)
Herbert Morrison as Himself (in 1945 Attlee Cabinet) (archive footage)
Princess Margaret as Herself (on V-E Day) (archive footage)
Queen Elizabeth as Herself (on V-E Day) (archive footage)
Queen Elizabeth II as Herself (on V-E Day) (archive footage)
Franklin Delano Roosevelt as Himself (meets reporters in Casablanca) (archive footage)

Synopsis 1:
Actress Merle Oberon talks about her first painting teacher - Winston Churchill. "The Other World
of Winston Churchill" deals with Churchill's career as an amateur artist. [RF]

Synopsis 2:
A portrait of Sir Winston Churchill's second career as a painter, narrated by the Oscar

winner Paul Scofield. Anecdotes by Merle Oberon and Field Marshall Lord Montgomery,

and scenes with painters such as Salvador Dali and Paul Maze, show a side of

 the leader few have seen. [RF]
 

14.3 [--] Hallmark Hall of Fame: (1st Segment)  AMAHL AND THE NIGHT VISITORS
20-Dec-1964 NBC
Based on Gian Carlo Menotti's Opera
starring
Kurt Yaghjian ....... Amahl
Martha King ......... Mother
Roddy McDowall ...... Himself
Julie Harris ........ Herself
Dr. Norman Vincent Peale ... Himself
Synopsis:
First segment is the play of Amahl and the Three Kings who come to visit the newborn child in Bethlehem.
Roddy McDowall hosts a delightful 10 minute special in which Christmas trees are decorated by celebrities are seen.
Julie Harris explains why she has brownies on her tree and Dr. Norman Vincent Peale talks about his old-fashioned tree.
Other celebrity trees on view are from Dick Van Dyke, Paul Newman and Joanne Woodward, Helena Rubenstein, Cecil Beaton
and Maurice Evans. [RF]

14.4 [--] Hallmark Hall of Fame: THE MAGINFICENT YANKEE
28-Jan-1965
adapted by Robert Hartung
story by Emmet Lavery
produced & directed by George Schaefer
starring
Alfred Lunt as Oliver Wendell Holmes
Lynn Fontanne as Fanny Holmes
Eduard Franz as Justice Brandeis
Robert Emhardt as Henry Adams
James Daly as Owen Wister
with
Lee Goodman as Dixon
Walter Moulder as Copeland
Brenda Forbes as Mary
Ion Berger as Mason
William Griffis as Theodore Roosevelt
Nan McFarland as Ellen Jones
Dennis Cooney as Northrop
Donald Symington as Hamilton
Grover Dale as Mapes
Max Jacobs as Rogers
Jordan Charney as Halloran
Summary:
The life of Justice Oliver Wendell Holmes, from his

appointment to the Supreme Court by Theodore Roosevelt,

through the administrations of Taft, Wilson, and Franklin D. Roosevelt.

Dramatizes the love between Holmes and his wife Fanny, and their

relationships with their many "sons," Holmes' law students.

Ep 14.xx Hallmark Hall of Fame: THE HOLY TERROR
07-April-1965
written by James Lee
produced & directed by George Schaefer
starring
Julie Harris as Florence Nightingale
Denholm Elliott as Herbert
Torin Thatcher as Dr. Poole
Kate Reid as Aunt Mai
Leueen MacGrath as Fanny Nightingale
Brian Bedford as Billy Sims
Alan Webb as William Nightingale
with
Mildred Trares as Parthe Nightingale
William Jackson as Lord Stratford
Constance Carpenter as Lady Stratford
Olga Bellin as Elizabeth Herbert
Margaret Hall as Nurse Hendricks
Michael Lewis as William Howard Russell
Lois Holmes as Rev. Mother Bermondsey
Joy Nichols as Nurse Smithers
John Gerstad as The Hawker
Toni Darnay as The Woman
 

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