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 Season 29 (1979-80)
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 29.01 Hallmark Hall of Fame: ALL QUIET ON THE WESTERN FRONT

* 133rd Hallmark presentation
14-Nov-1979
adapted by Paul Monash
based on the novel All quiet on the Western Front by Erich Maria Remarque
directed by Delbert Mann
director of photography, John Coquillon
produced by Norman Rosemont
executive producer Martin Starger
starring
Richard Thomas as Paul Baumer
Ernest Borgnine as Stanislaus Katczinsky
Donald Pleasence as Kantorek
Ian Holm as Himmelstoss
Patricia Neal as Paul's Mother
Mark Elliott as Behm
Dai Bradley as Kropp
Mathew Evans as Muller
George Winter as Kemmerich
Dominic Jephcott as Leer
Mark Drewry as Tjaden
Colin Mayes as Westhus
Ewan Stewart as Detering
with
Michael Sheard as Paul's Father
Katerina Lirova as Paul's Sister
Mary Miller as Mrs. Kemmerich
Denys Graham as Kaiser
Mark Roemmich as French Soldier
Andrew Burleigh as Young Recruit
Tomas Juricka as 2nd Recruit
Bruce Purchase as Cook
Drahomira Fialkova as Sister Libertine
Veronika Jenikova as Anna
Ken Hutchison as Hammacher
Stephen Reynolds as Franz
Ian Hastings as Lewandowski
Marie Noelle-Barre, Dominique Varda, Arda Brokmenn as French girls
** Note Filmed entirely on location in Czechoslovakia.

Ep 29.02 Hallmark Hall of Fame: AUNT MARY

*134th Hallmark presentation
05-Dec-1979
written by Burt Prelutsky
story by Ellis A. Cohen
directed by Peter Werner
director of photography, Hugh Gagnier
produced by Michael Jaffe
executive producers Henry Jaffe & Ellis A. Cohen
starring
Jean Stapleton as Mary Dobkin
Martin Balsam as Strasberg
Harold Gould as Dr. Hoxley
Dolph Sweet as Amos
Robert Emhardt as Berwick
Philip Bruns as Det. LaMonica
Robbie Rist as Vernon
Anthony Cafiso as Nicholas Rocco
K.C. Martel as Billy
Hap Lawrence as Clyde Hopper
Gerry Black as George Hazel
Marilyn Coleman as Grace Hazel
with
Lulu Baxter ...... Susie Martin
Steven Cafiso ...... Tony Rocco
Mitch Carter ...... Man on the Street
Rick Casorla ...... Chester
Christopher Ciampa ..... Hank
Natalie Cilona ..... Nurse Abbott
Dago Demster ..... Tommy
Ted Duncan ..... Man in Stunt Car
Tim Gemelli .... Andy
Roger Hampton .... Cop Sokowitz
Ernie Harwell .... Baseball announcer
Julia Jennings .... Nurse
Kristopher Marquis .... Mickey
Annie O'Neill .... Woman on the Street
Barney Pell .... Sam Jessup
Steve Pollack ..... Dennis
Stuart Rogers ..... Jaguar Fielder
Tom Stern ...... Hawk Coach
Jesse Joe Walsh ..... Randy
De Voreaux White ..... Wally Hazel
Terry Wills ..... Mr. Jessup
Summary:
A disabled woman living in Baltimore who set up a baseball team of

street kids to save them from juvenile delinquency.


Ep 29.03 Hallmark Hall of Fame: GIDEON'S TRUMPET
30-Apr-1980
adapted by David W. Rintels
based on the book by Anthony Lewis, originally published in part in The New Yorker
directed by Robert Collins
director of photography, Don H. Birnkrant
produced by David W. Rintels
executive producer, John Houseman
starring
Henry Fonda ..... Clarence Earl Gideon
Jose Ferrer ..... Associate Justice Abe Fortas
John Houseman ..... Chief Justice
Fay Wray .... Edna Curtis
Sam Jaffe ..... 1st Supreme Court Justice
Dean Jagger ..... 6th Supreme Court Justice
Nicholas Pryor ..... Jacob
William Prince ..... 5th Supreme Court Justice
Lane Smith ..... Fred Turner
Richard McKenzie ..... Judge Robert McCary
Dolph Sweet ..... Charlie
Ford Rainey ..... 2nd Supreme Court Justice
with
David Sheiner .... Abe Karsh
J. Patrick McNamara .... Harris
Les Lannom .... Bobby Earle
Malcolm Groome .... John Ely
Allan Rich .... Tobias Simon
Richard Lineback .... Lester Wade
David Clennon .... James Fitzpatrick
Michael Cavanaugh .... Stocker
Paul Benjamin .... Arlis
Clifford Pellow .... Justin Pike
Jerry Hardin .... Mel Cobb
Fredric Cook .... Leo Stafford
Steven Peterman .... Arthur Vitale
James O'Connell .... The Warden
Jon Locke .... Supervisor
Gary Grubbs .... Deputy Hamilton
Seamon Glass .... Prison Guard
Gwen Van Dam .... Mrs. Lawrence
James E. Brodhead .... Court Crier
Edmund H. North, Emmet Lavery, Sr. &

Liam O'Brien ..... Supreme Court Justices
Don Draper ..... Bailiff
Henry Proach ..... Guard
Anthony Lewis ..... The Reporter
Timothy Scott ..... Toby
Summary:
Clarence Earl Gideon, a semi-literate drifter, is arrested for breaking into a

pool room and for petty theft. When he asks the court to appoint a lawyer for his

defense because he cannot afford one, his request is denied. Acting as his own lawyer,

Gideon is convicted and sent to jail. While in prison, he begins a hand-written campaign

directed to the U.S. Supreme Court, contending that every defendant is entitled to legal

representation. The Court agrees to hear Gideon's case, and, in a landmark

decision, rules in his favor.

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