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 Season 34 (1984-85)
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 34.01 Hallmark Hall of Fame: CAMILLE

* 146th Hallmark presentation
11-Dec-1984
adapted by Blanche Hanalis
based on the novel "The Lady with the Camelias" by Alexandre Dumas
directed by Desmond Davis
director of photography, Jean Tournier
produced by Norman Rosemont
starring
Greta Scacchi as Marguerite
Colin Firth as Armand
John Gielgud as Duke
Billie Whitelaw as Prudence
Patrick Ryecart as Gaston
Denholm Elliott as Count
Ben Kingsley as Duval
Lila Kaye as Nanine
Rachel Kempson as Hortense
Ronald Pickup as Jean
with
Julie Dawn Cole, Shelagh McLeod, Natalie Ogle,

Nicholas Hawtrey, Richard Beal, Cazz Scattergo, Joanne James,

Bertie Cortez, Garrick Maul, Kathy Staff, Andre Raffard,

Norman Stokle, Michael Motu, Maurice Teymac, Morgan Sheppard,

Peter Hudson, Christian Ericson, Godfrey James, Caryle Cline
Summary:
The story of the ill-fated love affair between the famous Parisian courtesan,

Marguerite Gautier, and a young admirer, Armand Duval.

Ep 34.02 Hallmark Hall of Fame: THE CORSICAN BROTHERS

*147th Hallmark presentation
05-Feb-1985
adapted by Robin Miller
based on the novel by Alexandre Dumas
directed by Ian Sharp
director of photography, Frank Watts
produced by David A. Rosemont
executive producer, Norman Rosemont
starring
Trevor Eve as Lucien and Louis de Franchi
Geraldine Chaplin as Mme. Savilia de Franchi
Olivia Hussey as Annamaria de Guidice
Jean Marsh as Mazzere
Simon Ward as Chateau-Renaud
Donald Pleasence as the Chancellor
James Hazeldine as Vincente de Franchi
Patsy Kensit as Emilie du Caillaud
Margaret Tyzack as Madame de Guidice
Mark Ryan as Bernardo de Guidice
Kevork Malikyan as Orlandi
Jennie Linden as Countess Wolski
Nicholas Clay
Benedict Taylor
with
Peter Howell, Anthony Pedley, Peter Cellier,

Toby Salaman, Daniel Auguste, Raynald Bandry,

Flora Alberti, Lise Roy, Mirelle Chaulet,

Mark Brooks, David Brooks, Joe Maalouf,

Bernard Fontaine, Francoise Trumpette, Marc Estrada de Tourmiel,

Liselote Palm, Marina Bonin, Anne Bruner, Abbe Fantozzi,

Nancy Mooy, Louis Lalanne, Rosette Jaubert,

Mike Bainsborough, Pietro Jianni
Summary:
In 19th-century Corsica, the da Franchi twins are caught up in a centuries-old

vendetta between their family and the de Guidicis. The swashbuckling Lucien

wants to maintain the Corsican traditions, including the bloody vendetta. Louis,

however, wants to change and goes to Paris to work laws to outlaw the vendetta.

The feud leaves murder, strife, and broken hearts in its wake, until finally, after the

tragic death of Louis in a duel, peace comes to the island
 

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