CTVA US Anthology - "Hallmark Hall of Fame" Season 28 (1978-79)

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 Season 28 (1978-79)
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 28.01 Hallmark Hall of Fame: RETURN ENGAGEMENT

* 129th Hallmark presentation
17-Nov-1978
written by James Prideaux
directed by Joseph Hardy
produced by Mike Wise & Franklin R. Levy
starring
Elizabeth Taylor as Dr. Emily Loomis
Joseph Bottoms as Stewart Anderman
Allyn Ann McLerie as Florence
Peter Donat as George Riley
James Ray as Keith
Susan Buckner as Janice
with
Robin Strand as Victor
Alston Ahern as Audrey, Don Stark as Waiter
Melanie Henderson as First Girl, Jennifer Myers as Second Girl
Wendy Sommerstein as Third Girl, Darlene Conley as Aide
Summary:
Two loners on campus, an ancient history professor and her student,

help each other emerge from their shells.


Ep 28.02 Hallmark Hall of Fame: FAME (aka Arthur Miller's Fame)

* 130th Hallmark presentation
30-Nov-1978
written by Arthur Miller
directed by Marc Daniels
produced by Patricia Rickey & Marc Daniels
executive producers Gilbert Cates & Joseph Cates
starring
Richard Benjamin as Meyer Shine
Josť Ferrer as Francesco
Raf Vallone as Driver
Robert Alda as Concierge
Joe Bennett as Danielo
Oliver Clark as Billy Dorfman
Shera Danese as Lucia
Linda Hunt as Mona
weith
Richard Libertini as Airport Policeman, Tom Poston as Car Salesman
Nipsey Russell as Vinny, David Mauro as Bellhop
Peggy Pope as Mrs. Dorfman
Reva Rose as Rhoda, Sandra Seacat as Bess
Oz Tortora as Pepe, Erica Yohn as Sally
Anthony Alda as Italian Street Cop, Ray Ballard as Maitre 'D
Colette Chenault as Cocktail Waitress
Paola Frediani as Francesco's Friend
Carole Mathews as Woman in Restaurant

Paige Matthews as Girl in Restaurant
Ruben Moreno as Customs Agent, Duncan Ross as Professor Jennings

Ep 28.03 Hallmark Hall of Fame: STUBBY PRINGLE'S CHRISTMAS

* 131st Hallmark presentation
17-Dec-1978
written by James Lee Barrett
based on the story by Jack Schaefer
directed by Burt Brinckerhoff
produced by Peter Dohanos
executive producers Gilbert & Joseph Cates
starring
Beau Bridges as Stubby Pringle
Julie Harris as Georgia Henderson
Edward Binns as Red
Kim Hunter as Mrs. Harper
Strother Martin as Old Hollander
James Greene as Skipper
Chill Wills as The Janitor
with
Terri Homberg, Lenora May, M.B. Miller,
Gina Russell, John de Poo, Gayle Meyers,
Mark Rush

Hallmark Hall of Fame: BEAUTY AND THE BEAST
06-Apr-1979 (Rebroadcast from  season 26  03-Dec-1976)
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.

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