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 Season 35 (1985-86)
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 35.01 Hallmark Hall of Fame: LOVE IS NEVER SILENT

* 148th Hallmark presentation
1985
adapted by Darlene Craviotto
from the novel "In this Sign" by Joanne Greenberg
directed by Joseph Sargent
director of photography, David Gribble
produced by Dorothea G. Petrie
executive producer, Marian Rees
starring
Mare Winningham as Margaret Ryder
Phyllis Frelich as Janice Ryder
Ed Waterstreet as Abel Ryder
Fredric Lehne as William Anglin
Cloris Leachman as Mrs. Anglin
Sid Caesar as Mr. Petrakis
Lou Fant as Reverend Maartens
Susan Ann Curtis as Young Margaret
Mark Hildreth as Bradley
Julianna Fjeld as Barbara
Jeff Schultz as Donald Anglin
Jeremy Cristall as Marshall
with
Ted Stidder as Doctor, Jackson Davies as Realtor
Stephen E. Miller as Driver, Alex Diakun as Funeral Director
Gregory Hayes as Neil, Jennifer Michas as Esther
Twyla-Dawn Vokins as Marie, David Peterson as Mr. Cotter
Frank C. Turner as Factory Foreman

Ep 35.02 Hallmark Hall of Fame: RESTING PLACE

* 149th Hallmark presentation
27-Apr-1986
written by Walter Halsey Davis
directed by John Korty
director of photography, William Wages
produced by Robert Huddleston
executive producer Marian Rees
starring
John Lithgow as Major Kendall Laird
Morgan Freeman as Luther
Richard Bradford as Hauer
C.C.H. Pounder as Ada
G.D. Spradlin as Sam
Frances Sternhagen as Mrs. McAlister
M. Emmet Walsh as Sarge
John Philbin as Erskine
Brian Tarantina as Beyer
Richard Brooks as Douglas
with
Tegan West as Oliver
Buck Herron as Private Porter
Bob Hannah as Colonel Holmby
Mert Hatfield as Police Chief
Hugh Jarrett as Oster
Denise Mickelbury as Eleanor Clark
Wallace Wilkinson as Ezra Cooper
Charles Kahlenberg as Businessman #1
Marc Clement as Businessman #2
Rev. Claude Ray James as The Pastor
Elliot Street as Staff Sergeant
Pamela Garmon as Waitress
Joyce Leigh as General Hauer's Secretary
Sherrie Diane Lewandowski as Passerby
Bernardine Mitchell as Singer
Sidney Lamar Payne as Soldier
Thomas Di Aglio as Uyehara
Summary:
Racial discrimination and a Vietnam War cover-up are at the center of an

absorbing drama that plays as a mystery. Maj. Kendall Laird, a career Army man,

is assigned to assist the parents of a black lieutenant, killed in Vietnam, in the

burial of their son in his Georgia home town. However, the deceased is denied

interment in a "white only" cemetery. To settle the matter without litigation, Laird

resolves to convince the community that the lieutenant died a hero. So he seeks

information from the slain officer's men, and learns that they have put him up

for a Silver Star. Then he uncovers unsettling facts that may point to a "fragging":

the killing of the lieutenant by his own troops.

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