CTVA US Anthology - "Hallmark Hall of Fame" Season 24 (1974-75)

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 Season 24 (1974-75)
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 24.01 Hallmark Hall of Fame:  BRIEF ENCOUNTER
12-Nov-1974
adapted by John Bowen
based on Noel Coward's "Still Life".
directed by Alan Bridges
produced by Cecil Clarke
executive producer Duane C. Bogie
starring
Sophia Loren as Anna Jesson
Richard Burton as Alec Harvey
Jack Hedley as Graham Jesson
Rosemary Leach as Mrs. Gaines
John Le Mesurier as Stephen
Gwen Cherrell as Dolly
Jumoke Debayo as Mrs. Harris
Madeline Hinde as Grace
with
Ann Firbank as Melanie Harvey
Christopher Benjamin as Porter
David Cook as Schoolmaster
Patricia Franklin as Beryl
Jacki Harding as Ilse
Benjamin Edney as Alistair Jesson
Marco Orlandini as Dominic Jesson
Summary:
A middle-aged man and a married woman meet by chance and have a brief affair.

Ep 24.02 Hallmark Hall of Fame:  THE GATHERING STORM
29-Nov-1974
written by Colin Morris
directed by Herbert Wise
produced by Jack Le Vien
executive producer Duane C. Bogie
starring
Richard Burton as Winston Churchill
Virginia McKenna as Clementine Churchill
Angharad Rees as Sarah Churchill
Lesley Dunlop as Mary Churchill
Clive Francis as Randolph Churchill
Thorley Walters as Stanley Baldwin
Robin Bailey as Neville Chamberlain
Robert Beatty as Lord Beaverbrook
Michael Elwyn as Anthony Eden
Ian Bannen as Hitler
Robert Hardy as Von Ribbentrop
John Phillips as Von Brondorff
Geoffrey Bayldon as Von Schuschnigg
Steve Plytas as Maisky
Ian Ogilvy as Edward VIII
Dennis Lill as George VI
Patrick Stewart as Clement Attlee
with
Edward Evans as Lloyd George
Lawrence Hardy as Speaker
John Rutland as Leo Amery
Richard Leech as Admiral Round
Terence Longdon as Admiral Browning
Brook Williams as Lt. Comdr. Thompson
Kenneth Scott as Civil servant
Fiona Walker as Miss Hamblin
John Kane as Brendan Bracken
Verna Harvey as Junior secretary
Patsy Byrne as Cook

Ep 24.03 Hallmark Hall of Fame:  ALL CREATURES GREAT AND SMALL
04-Feb-1975
adapted by Hugh Whitemore
based on the book by James Herriot
directed by Claude Whatham
director of photography, Peter Suschitzky
producer by David Susskind & Duane C. Bogie
starring
Simon Ward as James
Anthony Hopkins as Siegfried
Lisa Harrow as Helen
Brian Stirner as Tristan
Christine Buckley as Mrs. Hall
Harold Goodwin as Dinsdale's uncle
Doreen Mantle as Mrs. Seaton
Brenda Bruce as Miss Harbottle
Burt Palmer as Mr. Dean
John Collin as Mr. Alderson
T.P. McKenna as Soames
Summary:
Dramatization of an English veterinarian's autobiography; set in Yorkshire in the 1930s.

Ep 24.04 Hallmark Hall of Fame:  SOMETHING WONDERFUL HAPPENS EVERY SPRING
19-Mar-1975
adapted by John Patrick & Arthur Dales
story by Paul Gallico
directed by Jeannot Szwarc
director of photography, John McLean
produced by Duane C. Bogie & Herbert L. Strock
executive producer Alan Landsburg
starring
Vittorio de Sica ....... Father Damico
Raf Vallone ....... Father Superior
Marco della Cav ....... 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.
* Note Originally aired April 11, 1974 (90 mins) re-edited for March 19, 1975 (60mins)

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