CTVA US Anthology - "Hallmark Hall of Fame"Season 37 (1987-88)

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 Season 37 (1987-88)
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 37.01 Hallmark Hall of Fame: THE SECRET GARDEN
30-Nov-1987
written by Blance Hanalis
based on the novel "The Secret Garden" by Frances Hodgson Burnett
directed by Alan Grint
director of photography, Robert Paynter
producer by Steve Lanning
executive producer Norman Rosemont
starring
Gennie James as Mary Lennox
Barret Oliver as Dickon Sowerby
Jadrien Steele as Colin Craven
Michael Hordern as Ben Weatherstaff
Billie Whitelaw as Mrs. Medlock
Derek Jacobi as Archibald Craven
Lucy Gutteridge as Mrs. Lennox
Colin Firth
Julian Glover as Colonel McGraw
Cassie Stuart as Martha
Margaret Whiting as Nurse Boggs
Philip Locke as Pilcher
Karen Archer as Mrs. Crawford
with
Irina Brook as Adult Mary
David Waller as Dr. Craven
Pat Heywood as Mrs. Sowerby
Carmel McSharry as Mrs. Gordy
Sophie Thursfield as Betty
Tony Selby as Sgt. Barney
Alison Doody as Lilias
Edward Tudor-Pole as John the Footman
Stephen Dillon as Captain Lennox
Dominic Hawksley as Young Officer
Summary:
The story of Mary Lennox, orphaned and sent to live on a Yorkshire estate,

and Colin Craven, the sickly invalid whose father owns the estate. Exploring the grounds,

Mary discovers a locked, abandoned garden and the children, befriended by a local lad,

Dickon Sowerby, discover the joy and beauty of life as they bring the garden back to life.
** Note Filmed entirely on location in England at Highclere Castle, Newbury.

Ep 37.02 Hallmark Hall of Fame: FOXFIRE

* 155th Hallmark presentation
13-Dec-1987
written by Susan Cooper
based upon a play by Susan Cooper and Hume Cronyn
directed by Jud Taylor
director of photography, Thomas Burstyn
produced by Anne Hopkins
executive producer, Marian Rees
starring
Jessica Tandy as Annie Nations
Hume Cronyn as Hector
John Denver as Dillard
Gary Grubbs as Prince
Harriet Hall as Holly
Collin Wilcox Paxton as Madge Burton
Joshua Bryson as Heckie
with
Jenny Whitter as Becky
Kenny Kosek as Fiddler
Tony Trischka as Banjo
Roger Mason as Bass
Summary:
The story of Annie Nations, a 79-year-old widow who lives in an isolated Appalachian

Mountain cabin. Her son Dillard wants Annie to move near him in Florida and a land

developer wants to buy her farm to build vacation homes. Annie, who "visits"

regularly with her deceased husband, Hector, must decide which is most important to her:

Hector and the land, or Dillard and his family.

Ep 37.03 Hallmark Hall of Fame: STONES FOR IBARRA

* 156th Hallmark presentation
29-Jan-1988
written by Ernest Kinoy
based on the novel by Harriet Doerr
directed by Jack Gold
director of photography, Mike Fash
produced by Bruce S. Pustin
executive producers Herbert Brodkin & Robert Berger
starring
Glenn Close as Sara Everton
Keith Carradine as Richard Everton
Alfonso Arau as Chuy Santos
Jorge Cervera Jr. as Jose Reyes
Ron Joseph as Dr. de la Luna
Lupe Ontiveros as Remedios Acosta
Diane Rodriguez as Maria de Lourdes
Trinidad Silva as Basilio Garcia
Ray Oriel as Domingo Garcia
Joaquín Martínez as the Cura
Marco Rodriquez as El Galondrino
with
Carlos Palomino as Julian Palacio
E.J. Castillo as Intern
Jennifer Balgobin as Carmen Lopez
Arturo Martinez as Gaspar Lopez
Michael Rabago as Luis Fuentes
Danny Mora as El Gallo
Kamala Lopez as Manuela Reyes
Bob Cota as Tomas Palacio
Margie Dorame as Luz Reyes
Angie Torres as Madre Petra
George Salazar as Dynamitero
Ray Chavez as Policeman
Barbara Glover as Receptionist
Henry Max Kendrick as Specialist
Arnold Tafolla as Kid Munoz
Miguel Delgado as Senor Gomez
Yolanda Hovey as Feliciana
Frank Soto as Taco Vendor
Summary:
A young American couple struggles to reopen the family copper mine in Mexico,

and in so doing, shares a "companionship with death" with the inhabitants

of a rural Mexican village. "A haunting drama ... enriched by its undercurrents

of mysticism and its insight into Mexican culture.

Ep 37.04 Hallmark Hall of Fame: APRIL MORNING

* 157th Hallmark presentation
24-Apr-1988
written by James Lee Barrett
from the novel "April Morning" by Howard Fast
directed by Delbert Mann
director of photography, Frank Tidy
produced by Robert Halmi Jr. & Delbert Mann
executive producers Robert Halmi & Samuel Goldwyn Jr.
starring
Tommy Lee Jones as Moses Cooper
Robert Urich as Joseph Simmons
Chad Lowe as Adam Cooper
Susan Blakely as Sarah Cooper
Meredith Salenger as Ruth Simmons
Rip Torn as Solomon Chandler
Joan Heney as Granny Cooper
Nicholas Kilbertus as John Parker
Griffith Brewer as Samuel Hadley
Thor Bishopric as Jonathan Harrington
with
Joel Miller as The Reverend
Brian Furlong as Joash Smith
Tony Ulc as Simon Casper
Philip Spensley as John Buckman
Peter Colvey as Major John Pitcairn
Alan Mozes as Young British Soldier
Jeannie Walker as Mrs. Simmons
Gary Plaxton as Lt. Col. Francis Smith
John Baggaley as Metcalf
Vlasta Vrana as Paul Revere
Burke Lawrence as Rider on Concord Road
Paul Rutledge as Lt. Sutherland
Ken Siegel as Ensign de Berniere
David Gow & Teddy Lee Dillon as Men at Atkins Farm
James Coull as Captain Parson
Timothy Hine as British Soldier
Vincent Glorioso as Lt. Baker
Summary:
Re-creation of the fateful morning of April 19, 1775, on which British soldiers

marched out of Boston to seize and destroy Colonial munitions stockpiled

in Concord, Massachusetts. Although history doesn't record who actually fired

the first shot on the Lexington green, here it is surmised that the skirmish was

initiated by a Colonial zealot named Solomon Chandler. After Concord, Chandler

leads ambushes against the retreating British that prove to be a frightening rite

of passage for 15-year-old Adam Cooper, the mustered

son of a patriotic and principled farmer.


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