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 Season 23 (1973-74)
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 23.01 Hallmark Hall of Fame:  LISA, BRIGHT AND DARK
28-Nov-1973
written by Lionel E. Siegel
based on the novel by John Neufeld
directed by Jeannot Szwarc
director of photography, Richard C. Glouner
produced by Tom Egan
executive producer Bob Banner
starring
Anne Baxter as Margaret Schilling
John Forsythe as William Schilling
Anne Lockhart as Elizabeth Frazer
Jamie Smith Jackson as Betsy Goodman
Debralee Scott as Mary Nell Fickett
Kay Lenz as Lisa Schilling
Anson Williams as Brian Morris
Erin Moran as Tracy Schilling
Stu Klitsner as Arthur Milne
Richard Stahl as John Fickett
Jessica Myerson as Eleanor Fickett
Larry Casey as Buddy King

Ep 23.02 Hallmark Hall of Fame:  THE BORROWERS
14-Dec-1973
written by Jay Presson Allen
based on the book by Mary Norton
directed by Walter C. Miller
produced by Walt DeFaria & Warren L. Lockhart
executive producer Duane C. Bogie
starring
Eddie Albert as Pod
Tammy Grimes as Homily
Judith Anderson as Aunt Sophy
Beatrice Straight as Mrs. Crampfurl
Barnard Hughes as Mr. Crampfurl
Karen Pearson as Arrietty
Dennis Larson as The Boy
Murray Westgate as Ernie
Danny McIlravey as Tom

Ep 23.03 Hallmark Hall of Fame:  THE COUNTRY GIRL
05-Feb-1974
adapted by Sidney Carroll
story by Clifford Odets
directed by Paul Bogart
produced by David Susskind
executive producer Duane C. Bogie
starring
Jason Robards as Frank Elgin
Shirley Knight as Georgie Elgin
George Grizzard as Bernie Dodd
Larry Haines as Phil Cook
John Lithgow as Paul Unger
Christopher Murney as Larry
Lisa Pelikan as Nancy
Summary:
Story of a middle-aged, washed-up actor who gets a big break to star in a play,

and the interrelationships between the director of the play and the actor's wife.

Set in New York City, 1940.

Ep 23.04 Hallmark Hall of Fame:  CROWN MATRIMONIAL
03-Apr-1974
adapted by Royce Ryton & Audrey Maas
play by Royce Ryton
directed by Alan Bridges
produced by David Susskind & Arthur Cantor
executive producer Duane C. Bogie
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starring
Greer Garson
Peter Barkworth as King Edward VIII
Bernard Archard as Geoffrey Dawson
Maxine Audley as Countess of Airlie
Anna Cropper as The Princess Royal (Mary)
Andrew Ray as The Duke of York (Bertie)
Amanda Reiss as The Duchess of York (Elizabeth)
with
Barbara Atkinson as The Hon. Margaret Wyndham
Christopher Beeny as John, The Page
Robert Sansom as Garter King of Arms
Brian Wilde as Sir John Reith
Jane Wendem
Heather Kyd


Ep 23.05 Hallmark Hall of Fame:  THE SMALL MIRACLE
11-Apr-1974
written by John Patrick & Arthur Dales
directed by Jeannot Szwarc
director of photography, John McLean
produced by Duane C. Bogie
executive producer Alan Landsburg
starring
Vittorio de Sica as Father Damico
Raf Vallone as Father Superior
Marco della Cava as Pepino
Summary:
The setting is a small Italian village - the story is of a small boy and his sick donkey.

 The boy believes that God can make his donkey well again and tries to take his

donkey into the local church. When the priest refuses permission, the boy hitch-hikes

 to Rome and finally gains admission to the Vatican where a "higher authority" irons

out his problems and sends a message to the priest that the donkey be

allowed a brief interlude in the Church.

 

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