CTVA US Anthology - "Hallmark Hall of Fame" Season 26 (1976-77)

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 Season 26 (1976-77)
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 26.01 Hallmark Hall of Fame: THE DISAPPEARANCE OF AIMEE
17-Nov-1976
written by John McGreevey
directed by Anthony Harvey
director of photography, Jim Crabe
produced by Paul Leaf
executive producer Thomas W. Moore
starring
Faye Dunaway as Aimee Semple McPherson
Bette Davis as Mrs. Minnie Kennedy, Aimee's mother
James Sloyan as District Attorney Asa Keyes
James Woods as Assistant District Attorney Joseph Ryan
John Lehne as Captain Cline
with
Lelia Goldoni as Emma Shaffer
Severn Darden as S.I. Gilbert, Aimee's lawyer
William Jordan as Kenneth Ormiston
Sandy Ward as Judge Blake
Barry Brown as Wallace Moore
Rena Andrews
Lucian Berrier
Paul Felix
Richard Jamison
Liz Jury
Harlan Knudson
Lester Palmer
Jerry Reitmeyer
Dusty Saunders
Irby Smith
Summary:
The story of "famed evangelist Aimee Semple McPherson, who in 1926 vanished

from a California beach, setting off an extensive police search. Six weeks later she

turned up in Mexico, claiming she had been kidnaped. But many, including her mother

and the police, suspected Aimee staged her disappearance to conceal

a tryst with a married man.

Ep 26.02 Hallmark Hall of Fame: BEAUTY AND THE BEAST
03-Dec-1976 (rebroadcast  season 28  - 6Apr79)
adapted by Sherman Yellen
directed by Fielder Cook
produced by Hank Moonjean
executive producer Thomas Johnston
starring
George C. Scott as the Beast
Trish Van Devere as Belle
Virginia McKenna as Lucy
Bernard Lee as Beaumont
with
Michael Harbour as Anthony
William Relton as Nicholas
Patricia Quinn as Susan
Summary:
*Note Filmed in England on location at Knebworth House, Salisbury Hall,

and Sudeley Castle.

Ep 26.03 Hallmark Hall of Fame: PETER PAN
12-Dec-1976
adapted by Jack Burns & Andrew Birkin
story by James M. Barrie
directed by Dwight Hemion
produced by Gary Smith
executive producers Gary Smith & Dwight Hemion
narrated by John Gielgud
starring
Mia Farrow as Peter Pan
Danny Kaye as Captain Hook
Paula Kelly as Tiger Lily
Virginia McKenna as Mrs. Darling
Briony McRoberts as Wendy
Tony Sympson as Smee
Joe Melia as Starkey
Ian Sharrock as John
Adam Stafford as Michael
with
Peter O'Farrell as Nana
Jerome Watts as Slightly
Nicky Lyndhurst as Tootles
Adam Richens as Nibs
Michael Deeks as Curly
Simon Mooney as 1st Twin
Andrew Mooney as 2nd Twin
Jill Gascoine as Wendy--grown-up
Lynsey Baxter as Jane

with
Peppi Borza, Michael Crane, Fred Evans, George Harris,

Oscar James, Max Latimer as Pirates

Summary:
Musical adaptation of the story of the boy who refuses to grow up.
Note * Music & lyrics by Anthony Newley and Leslie Bricusse. Musical & dramatic

sequences supervised by Michael Kidd. "Once upon a bedtime" sung by Julie Andrews;

music supervised and arranged by Ian Fraser; orchestra conducted

by Ian Fraser & Jack Parnell

Ep 26.04 Hallmark Hall of Fame: EMILY, EMILY, EMILY, EMILY
07-Feb-1977
written by Allan Sloane
directed by Marc Daniels
produced by Michael Jaffe
executive producer Henry Jaffe
starring
John Forsythe
Karen Grassle
Pamela Bellwood as Emily
Thomas Hulce as Freddie
James Farentino
with
Ilana Frank as Jojo
Carl Marchand as Frank
Bob Park as Jimmy
Jerome Pascaris as Kevin
Marianne Skanks as Frannie
Paul-Emile Frappier as Jesse
*Note Sequel to the 1969 Hallmark hall of fame program entitled Teacher, Teacher.

Ep 26.05 Hallmark Hall of Fame: ALL CREATURES GREAT AND SMALL
29-Mar-1977 (rebroadcast of 04-Feb-1975)
adapted by Hugh Whitemore
based on the book by James Herriot
directed by Claude Whatham
produced 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.


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