CTVA US Anthology - "Hallmark Hall of Fame" Season 19 (1969-70)

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 Season 19 (1969-70)
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 19.01 Hallmark Hall of Fame: THE FILE ON DEVLIN
21-Nov-1969
adapted by Michael Dyne & Edward Essex
based on the novel by Catherine Gaskin
directed by George Schaefer
produced by Robert Hartung
starring
Judith Anderson as Elizabeth Devlin
Elizabeth Ashley as Sally Devlin
David McCallum as Kenneth Canfield
Helmut Dantine as Hans Raedler
Donald Moffat as John Heywood
Laurence Naismith as Lord Pomeroy
with
Priscilla Morrill as Tatiana Kogan
Barry Cahill as the Sergeant
Gregory Gay as the Soviet Ambassador
Lew Horn as the Intruder
Allan Caillou as the Police Inspector
Charles Radilac as Lancome
Peter Marland-Jones as Tichborne
Larry J. Gelbmann as the Manservant
Mary Adams as the Maid
Summary:
Lawrence Devlin is a well known writer, whose efforts to

help people understand different cultures have gained him

the Nobel Peace Prize. On his latest trip into the wilder parts

of the globe, he has gone missing, presumed killed when his

light plane crashed in a remote area of Afghanistan.
Kenneth Canfield, a journalist who also works for British intelligence,

becomes suspicious that something more sinister is going on when

he sees a known Soviet agent breaking into Devlin's London flat.

The novel is basically the unravelling of the Russian involvement in Devlin's

disappearance, as Kenneth juggles the needs of his

espionage work with his developing feelings for Devlin's daughter Sally.

Ep 19.02 Hallmark Hall of Fame: A STORM IN SUMMER
06-Feb-1970
written by Rod Serling
directed by Buzz Kulik
produced by Alan Lansbury
executive producer M.J. Rifkin
starring
Peter Ustinov as Abel Shaddick
N'Gai Dixon as Herman Washington
Peter Bonerz as Stanley
Anne Collings as Harriet
Marlyn Mason as Gloria Ross
Frances Robinson as Mrs. Parker
Penny Santon as Mrs. Gold
Aron Kincaid as 1st Hot Rodder
John Evans as 2nd Hot Rodder
Jonathan Hole as Maitre'd
Kevin Hagen as Policeman
Summary:
An elderly deli owner who becomes reluctant host to

an under-priviledged Harlem youth.
** Emmy for Outstanding Dramatic Special" and "Outstanding Performance

by an Actor in a Lead Role" for Peter Ustinov.

Ep 19.03 Hallmark Hall of Fame: NEITHER ARE WE ENEMIES
13-Mar-1970
written by Henry Denker
directed by David Pressman
produced by Jacqueline Babbin
executive producer Henry Jaffe
starring
Van Heflin as Joseph
Ed Begley as Annas
Kate Reid as Deborah
J.D. Cannon as Pontius Pilate
Leonard Frey as Judas
Kristoffer Tabori as Jonathan
Tom Rosqui as Man of Bethany
Harris Yulin as Barabbas
Paul Hecht as Centurion
Don McHenry as Ezra
Jay Hammer as Abner
Madison Mason as Jesus

Synopsis:
The Hebrew judge Joseph of Arimathea and his son Jonathan are troubled

by the Roman occupation of their land, Judea. Both have listened to the words

of the prophet Jesus and Joseph sees the man of Nazareth as the Messiah,

sent to give the people hope without stirring up revolution. Young Jonathan, filled

with the same seething resentments as his friends, hears a different message.

He interprets Jesus's words as a call to arms. [RF]

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