CTVA US Anthology - "Hallmark Hall of Fame" Season 17 (1967-68)

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 Season 17 (1967-68)
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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NBC

 

17.1 [--] Hallmark Hall of Fame: A BELL FOR ADANO
11-Nov-1967 NBC
Teleplay by Roger O. Hirson
Based on the novel by John Hersey
Produced & Directed by Mel Ferrer
Music by Jule Styne
starring
John Forsythe ....... Major Victor Joppolo
Kathleen Widdoes .... Tina Tomasino
Naomi Stevens ....... Sophia Tomasino
Murray Hamilton ..... Sgt. Leonard Borth
Vito Scotti ......... Zito Giovanni
Connie Sawyer ....... Laura Sofina
Frank Gerstle ....... Col. Middleton
Robert Ellenstein ... Tomasino
Argentina Brunetti .. Spinatta
Jeff Corey .......... Cacopardo
Harry Davis ......... Bellance
Peter Brandon ....... Capt. Purvis
Robert Biheller ..... Cpl. Schulz
Brian Avery ......... Lt. Livingstone
Harry Bellaver ...... Basile
Herb Voland ......... General Marvin McKay
Charles Mayer ....... Erba
Peter Brocco ........ Craxi
Than Wyenn .......... Giuseppe
Paul Wallace ........ Munro
Renata Vanni ........ Carmelina
Frank Puglia ........ Afronti
Lili Valenty ........ Margherita
Tom Skerritt ........ Trapani
Rolfe Sedan ......... D'Arpa
Leonard York ........ Gargano
Peter Jason ......... G.I. #1
Dick Balduzzi ....... G.I. #2
Gene Rutherford ..... G.I. #5
Synopsis:
An American major in World War II undertakes the task of getting a new church bell for an Italian village
plundered by the Germans. [RF]
 

Ep 17.02 Hallmark Hall of Fame: SAINT JOAN
04-Dec-1967
adapted by Robert Hartung
produced & directed by George Schaefer
starring
Genevieve Bujold as Joan of Arc
Theodore Bikel as De Baudricourt
James Daly as Dunois
Roddy McDowall as the Dauphin
James Donald as Warwick
Maurice Evans as Cauchon
Leo Genn as Archbishop of Rheims
Raymond Massey as the Inquisitor
George Rose as Chaplain de Stogumber
with
William Hickey as the Steward
John Devlin as Poulengry
Ted Van Griethuysen as Bluebeard
Dana Elcar as La Hire
Michael Lewis as La Teremouille
William Le Massena as D'Estivet
David Birney as Ladvenu
C.M. Gampel as the Executioner
Ian Martin as English Soldier

Ep 17.03 Hallmark Hall of Fame: ELIZABETH THE QUEEN
31-January-1968
adapted by John Edward Friend
story by Maxwell Anderson
produced & directed by George Schaefer
starring
Judith Anderson as Queen Elizabeth I
Charlton Heston as Robert Devereaux, Earl of Essex
Alan Webb as Sir Francis Bacon
Harry Townes as Sir Robert Cecil
Michael Allinson as Sir Walter Raleigh
Anne Rogers as Penelope
Frederic Worlock as Lord Burghley
Herbert Voland as Captain Armin
Dana Elcar as Captain Marvel
Harvey Jason as Herald
Donald Marlatt as Irish Courier
Gil Stuart as Physician
Alan Caillou as Burbage
Peter Church as Hemmings
Summary:
England is rocked by a power struggle between Queen Elizabeth

and her lover, the Earl of Essex.

 Hallmark Hall of Fame: ANASTASIA
17-Mar-1968 (rebroadcast from 17Mar67)
 

Hallmark Hall of Fame: GIVE US BARABBAS!

29-Mar-68 (rebroadcast from 24-Mar-1961)


Ep 17.04 Hallmark Hall of Fame: THE ADMIRABLE CRICHTON
02-May-1968
adatped by Robert Hartung
story by James M. Barrie
produced & directed by George Schaefer
starring
Bill Travers as Crichton
Virginia McKenna as Lady Mary
Janet Munro as Tweeny
Laurence Naismith as Lord Loam
Richard Easton as Ernest Woolley
Pamela Brown as Lady Brocklehurst
with
Ralph Purdom as Lord Brocklehurst
Estelle Kohler as Lady Agatha
Carrie Nye as Lady Catherine
Edward Cicciarelli as Treherne
Christina Gillespie as Fisher
Norman Barrs as The Officer
 

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