CTVA US Anthology - "Hallmark Hall of Fame" Season 22 (1972-73)

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 Season 22 (1972-73)
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 22.01 Hallmark Hall of Fame:  THE HANDS OF CORMAC JOYCE
17-Nov-1972

produced by Fred L. Engel
executive producer Duane C. Bogie
written by S.S. Schweitzer
based on the novel by Leonard Wibberley
directed by Fielder Cook
director of photography, John McLean
starring
Stephen Boyd  ......... Cormac Joyce
Colleen Dewhurst ..... Mollie Joyce
Cyril Cusack ......... Mr. Reece
Dominic Guard ........ Jackie Joyce
Deryck Barnes ........ Pat Coneeley
Enid Lorimer ......... Mrs. Reece
Lynette Floyd ........ Eilis Coneeley
Marshall Crosby ...... Tigue Coneeley
Synopsis:
A proud fisherman casts his hand against the elements. The setting is an island

 off the Irish coast, where an approaching storm sends villagers scurrying for the mainland.

Not the fisherman, who stays to save his property.
Filmed on Phillip Island off the coast of Australia.

* Note this was Hallmark Hall of Fame's 100th show

Ep 22.02 Hallmark Hall of Fame:  THE MAN WHO CAME TO DINNER
29-Nov-1972
adapted by Bill Persky & Sam Denoff
based on the play by George S. Kaufman and Moss Hart
directed by Buzz Kulik
produced by Bill Persky & Sam Denoff
starring
Orson Welles as Sheridan Whiteside
Lee Remick as Maggie Cutler
Joan Collins as Lorraine Sheldon
Edward Andrews as Mr. Stanley
Mary Wickes as Miss Preen
Marty Feldman as Banjo
Don Knotts as Dr. Bradley
Peter Haskell
with
Michael Gough as Beverley Carlton
Marcella Markham as Mrs. Stanley
Anita Sharp Bolster as Harriet Stanley
Kim Braden as June Stanley
Frank Singuineau as John
Elisabeth Welch as Sarah
George Pravda as Professor Metz
Tutte Lemkow as Zoltan
Betty McDowall as Mrs. McCutcheon
Al Mancini as Westcott
Hal Galili as Delivery man

Ep 22.03 Hallmark Hall of Fame:  YOU'RE A GOOD MAN, CHARLIE BROWN
09-Feb-1973
written by Joseph Hardy
based upon the comic strip Peanuts by Charles M. Schulz
directed by Walter C. Miller
produced by Gene Persson
executive producers, Lee Mendelson, Warren L. Lockhart
starring
Wendell Burton as Charlie Brown
Ruby Persson as Lucy
Barry Livingston as Linus
Mark Montgomery as Schroeder
Noelle Matlovsky as Patty
Bill Hinnant as Snoopy
Summary:
A live comedy revue in which "Charles Schulz's little people philosophize

on everything from Charlie Brown's disastrous baseball team to

Snoopy's suppertime revels.

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