CTVA US Anthology - "Hallmark Hall of Fame" Season 21 (1971-72)

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 Season 21 (1971-72)
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 21.01 Hallmark Hall of Fame:  THE SNOW GOOSE
15-Nov-1971
written by Paul Gallico
story by Paul Gallico
directed by Patrick Garland
director of photography Ray Henman
produced by Frank O'Connor
executive producer Duane C. Bogie
starring
Richard Harris ..... Philip Rhayadar
Jenny Agutter .... Frith
Graham Crowden .... Recruiting officer
Freda Bamford .... Postmistress
Noel Johnson .... Naval Captain
William Marlowe .... Soldier
Ludmila Nova .... Jane
Summary:
On the coast of North England, a shot, wounded snow goose creates a

close relationship between a lonely man and a young woman, when they both

take care of the helpless bird.
**Note Emmy for Supporting Actress Jenny Agutter

Ep 21.02 Hallmark Hall of Fame:  ALL THE WAY HOME
01-Dec-1971
adapted by Tad Mosel
based on the novel, "A Death in the Family", by James Agee
directed by Fred Coe
produced by David Susskind
executive producer Duane C. Bogie
starring
Joanne Woodward .... Mary Follet
Richard Kiley ..... Jay Follet
Pat Hingle .... Ralph Follet
Eileen Heckart .... Aunt Hannah Lynch
Barnard Hughes .... Joel Lynch
Jane Mallett .... Catherine Lynch
James Woods .... Andrew Lynch
James O'Neill .... John Henry Follet
Nan Stewart .... Jessie Follet
Betty Garde .... Aunt Sadie Follet
Kay Hawtry .... Sally Follet
with
Jenny Laidle .... Great Great Grandma Follet
Tommy Gilchrist ..... First boy

Gerard Kelly ...... Second boy
Adam Reed ...... Third boy

Mark Devitt ..... Fourth boy
Michael Wilson ..... Jim-Wilson Follet
Allan Clowes ..... Father Jackson

Shane Nickerson ..... Rufus

Ep 21.03 Hallmark Hall of Fame:  LOVE! LOVE! LOVE!
08-Feb-1972
written by David Hamilton
directed by Sterling Johnson
director of photography Bob Collins
produced by Dick Foster
executive producer Bob Banner
narrated by Robert Wagner
starring
Bread; Helen Reddy; Mac Davis; & actual couples filmed where they live & love:

Debi & Charlie, Ennis Texas; Val & Scott from Ketchum, Idaho;

Bill & Joan from Philadelphia;

 Lydia & Paul, Ennis, Texas; Doria & Bruce, San Francisco;

Becky & Gary Anslyn, Snowmass, Colorado

Ep 21.04 Hallmark Hall of Fame:  HARVEY
22-Mar-1972
adapted by Jacqueline Babbin & Audrey Gellen Maas
written by Mary Chase
directed by Fielder Cook
produced by David Susskind
executive producer Duane C. Bogie
starring
James Stewart ..... Elwood P. Dowd
Helen Hayes ..... Veta Louise Simmons
Arlene Francis .... Betty Chumley
Martin Gabel .... Judge Omar Gaffney
Fred Gwynne .... Cab Driver
John McGiver .... Dr. William R. Chumley
Richard Mulligan ..... Dr. Lyman Sanderson
Jesse White .... Wilson
with
Marian Hailey .... Myrtle Mae Simmons
Dorothy Blackburn .... Mrs. Ethel Chauvenet
Madeline Kahn .... Nurse Ruth Kelly

Synopsis:

A middle aged drunk has been driving his sister and niece wild by

introducing everyone he meets to his pal Harvey. Harvey is

a big white rabbit, six feet eight inches tall, which only Elwood

 (and occasionally his sister when she's feeling odd) can see.

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