CTVA US Anthology - "Hallmark Hall of Fame" Season 32 (1982-83)

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 Season 32 (1982-83)
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 32.01 Hallmark Hall of Fame: WITNESS FOR THE PROSECUTION

* 142nd Hallmark presentation
04-Dec-1982
adapted by John Gay
based on a screenplay by Billy Wilder and Harry Kurnitz;

adaptation by Larry Marcus;

based on the play by Agatha Christie
directed by Alan Gibson
director of photography by Arthur Ibbetson
produced by Norman Rosemont
starring
Ralph Richardson as Barrister
Deborah Kerr as Miss Plimsoll
Beau Bridges as Leonard Vole
Donald Pleasence as Myers
Wendy Hiller as Janet Mackenzie
Diana Rigg as Christine
David Langton as Mayhew
Richard Vernon as Brogan-Moore
Peter Sallis as Carter
with
Michael Gough as Judge
Frank Mills as Chief Inspector Hearne
Michael Nightingale as Clerk of the Court
Peter Copley as Dr. Harrison, Patricia Leslie as Mrs. French
John Kidd as Court Usher, Kit Kitson as Policeman
Wilfred Grove as Photographer, Primi [?] Townsend as Diana
Andrew MacLachlan as Jury foreman, Aubrey Woods as Tailor
Zulema Dene as Miss Johnson, Barbara New as Miss O'Brien
Jenny Donnison as 1st Nurse, Geri Jackson as 2nd Nurse
Summary:
A phlegmatic London barrister defends one Leonard Vole, a "nice, harmless chap"

who's on trial for the murder of a widow who had taken a shine to him. The circumstantial

evidence against Vole is strong, especially since he's unemployed and stands to inherit

a considerable sum from the victim. And to further complicate the defense,

the only person who can provide an alibi is Vole's wife Christine, who

has agreed to be a witness for the prosecution.

Ep 32.02 Hallmark Hall of Fame: THURSDAY'S CHILD

* 143rd Hallmark presentation
01-Feb-1983
written by Gwen Bagni
based upon the book by Victoria Poole
directed by David Lowell Rich
director of photography, Charles F. Wheeler
produced by Peter Katz
executive producers Franklin R. Levy, Ron Parker & Gregory Harrison
starring
Gena Rowlands as Victoria Alden
Don Murray as Parker Alden
Jessica Walter as Roz
Rob Lowe as Sam Alden
The Family:
Tracey Gold as Alix
Glen Morrissey as Pokie
Ken Stovitz as Charlie
Heidi Bohay as Ruthie
Elizabeth Keifer as Tina
Larry Poindexter as Malcolm
The Doctors:
Robin Gammell as Dr. Schroeder
Alan Fudge as Dr. Baumgartner
Thomas Hill as Dr. Owens
Stephen Keep as Dr. Reston
Curt Lowens as Dr. Wakely
Ryan MacDonald as Dr. Shumway
The Nurses:
Janet MacLachlan as Nurse Judy
Lindy Nisbet as Portsmouth Nurse
Susan Ruttan as Portsmouth Nurse
Ella Raino Edwards as Duty Nurse
Sharon Benyakar as Nurse
Julie Inouye as Stanford Floor Nurse
with
Robert Biheller as Bar Owner, Brad Cowgill as Student,

Andrew Ethier as Adam, Dal Jenkins as Mr. Rushton,

William Vincent Kulak as Painter, Michael Saucedo as Randy,

Woody Eney as Hart Perry, Jan Reed as Cardiologist,

Carla Stevens as Stewardess, Kenneth Tigar as Bill Richardson,

Jennifer Holmes as Young Woman.
Summary:
A heartwarming fact-based story about a teenager's courageous battle

against chronic heart disease. The movie follows the medical charts of Sam Alden,

a spunky, personable 17-year-old from a close-knit family who is suddenly stricken

with coughing spasms, cold sweats, and shortness of breath. His alarmed parents

take him to an array of doctors for tests that lead to a dire diagnosis of a degenerative

heart condition--which could kill him within five years. Shocked and scared--and getting

sicker all the time--Sam undergoes a transplant, then faces an even more grueling

ordeal as doctors battle to keep his body from rejecting the new organ.
 

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