CTVA US Anthology - "Hallmark Hall of Fame" Season 15 (1965-66)

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 Season 15 (1965-66)
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


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Ep 15.01 Hallmark Hall of Fame: EAGLE IN A CAGE
20-Oct-1965
written by Millard Lampell
produced & directed by George Schaefer
starring
Trevor Howard as Napoleon
James Daly as Dr. O'Meara
George Rose as Cipriani
Pamela Franklin as Betsy Balcombe
with
Richard Waring as Bertrand
William Smithers as Gourgaud
Basil Langton as Sir Hudson Lowe
Jacqueline Bertrand as Mme. Bertrand
Frederic Warriner as Las Cases
Guy Spaull as Lord Keith
Norman Barrs as The Sentry
Summary:
Story of Napoleon at St. Helena.

Ep 15.02 Hallmark Hall of Fame: INHERIT THE WIND
18-Nov-1965
adapted by Robert Hartung
story by Jerome Lawrence & Robert E. Lee
produced & directed by George Schaefer
starring
Melvyn Douglas as Henry Drummond
Ed Begley as Matthew Harrison Brady
Diane Baker as Rachel Brown
Burt Brinckerhoff as Bert Cates
Murray Hamilton as E.K. Hornbeck
with
Wallace Englehardt as Corkin
John Randolph as Reverend Brown
Leora Thatcher as Mrs. Krebs
Charles White as Bollinger
Roy Poole as Meeker
Robert Breen as Elijah
Beulah Garrick as Mrs. McClain
Adrienne King as Melinda
Joanna Roos as Mrs. Brady
Truman Smith as Mayor
John D. Irving as Reporter
Fred Burrell as Davenport
John McGovern as Judge
Harry Ellerbe as Dunlap
George Ebeling as Sillers
Doug Chapin as Howard
William Le Massena as Radio Man
Summary:
A young man, Bert Cates, is arrested in a small Bible

Belt town for teaching the theory of Evolution in the public school.

Two of the finest legal minds in the U.S. are called to the trial:

Henry Drummond for the defense, and Matthew Harrison Brady

for the prosecution. The trial proceeds on three levels, the guilt

or innocence of Cates, the issue of the Bible vs. Darwin, and finally,

the personal confrontation between Drummond and Brady.

 Ep 15.03 Hallmark Hall of Fame:  AMAHL AND THE NIGHT VISITORS
12-Dec-1965
written by Gian-Carlo Menotti

directed by Kirk Browning

produced by Samuel Chotzinoff.
starring
Kurt Yaghjian as Amahl
Martha King as Mother
John McCollum as King Kaspar
Richard Cross as King Melchior
Willis Patterson as King Balthazar
Julian Patrick as Page
Summary:
Amahl, a crippled boy, and his poor mother are visited by the

Three Wise Men, who stay the night, and are entertained by the villagers.

During the night, Amahl's mother tries to steal their jewels,

but is caught by the page. Amahl begs for her release, and is

rewarded for his pains by being healed. He then leaves with

the Three Wise Men.

Ep 15.04 Hallmark Hall of Fame: LAMP AT MIDNIGHT
27-April-1966
adapted by Robert Hartung
story by Barrie Stavis
produced & directed by George Schaefer
starring
Melvyn Douglas as Galileo Galilei
Kim Hunter as Polissena/Maria Celeste
Hurd Hatfield as Sagredo Niccolini
David Wayne as Father Firenzuola
Michael Hordern as Cardinal Barberini later Pope Urban VIII
Roy Scheider as Francesco Barberini
George Voskovec as Cardinal Bellarmin
with
Thayer David as Magini
Richard Woods as D'Elci
Gaylord Cavallaro as Libri
Ralph Clanton as Prince Cesi
Guy Repp as Cardinal Del Monte
George Turner as Archbishop of Naples
C.K. Alexander as Ambassador Viglienna
Stephen Gray as The Major Domo
Hugh Franklin as Carlo Barberini
Graham Jarvis as Landini
John Gerstad as Vanetti
Rex Thompson as The Page
Eric Berry as Father Riccardi
Norman Barrs as First Inquisitor
House Jameson as Cardinal Borgia
Joanna Roos as Mother Superior
Ted Van Griethuysen as John Milton

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