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 Season 41 (1991-92)
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 41.01 Hallmark Hall of Fame: ONE AGAINST THE WIND

* 170th Hallmark presentation
01-Dec-1991
written by Chris Bryant
directed by Larry Elikann
director of photography, Dennis Lewiston
produced by Tom Reeve
executive producer Karen Mack
starring
Judy Davis as Mary Lindell
Sam Neill as British Flier
Anthony Higgins as Herman Gruber
Christien Anholt as Maurice
Kate Beckinsale as Barbe
Denholm Elliot as Father LeBlanc
Frank Middlemass as Dubois
David Ryall as Dumont
with
Peter Cellier as Court General
Mark Wing-Davey as Colonel Miles
Stevan Rimkus as German pilot
Tom Hodgkins as Big Canada
Michael Crossman as Little Canada
John Savident as Henry Smallwood
Terry Taplin as Von Bismarck
Mikush Alexander as Erich
Paul Haigh as Sealove
Stefan Gryff as Fernand
Wolf Kahler as Commandant Reingart
Benedick Blythe as SS Captain
John Sandford as Gunner
Marie-Pauli V. Roesgen as Jeanette Odille
Rupert Evans as Blondie
Jane Montgomery as Helen
Metin Yenal as Surgeon
Summary:
Mary Lindell, an enobled Englishwoman estranged from her French husband

but still living in Paris, maintains a regal lifestyle even after the invading German

army takes over the city in 1940. Initially blasé about the occupation, Lindell is propelled

out of her malaise by the plight of a downed British flier whom she secretly shelters,

nurses back to health, then helps to escape. As word of her deed spreads, Lindell

becomes a beacon that draws other entrapped Allies, as well as the Gestapo.

Based on a true story.

* 171st Hallmark presentation - no details


Ep 41.02 Hallmark Hall of Fame: O PIONEERS!

* 172nd Hallmark presentation
02-Feb-1992
written by Robert W. Lenski
based on the novel by Willa Cather
produced & directed by Glenn Jordan
director of photography, Dick Bush
executive producer Craig Anderson
starring
Jessica Lange as Alexandra Bergson
David Strathairn as Carl Linstrum
Tom Aldredge as Ivar
Reed Diamond as Emil
Anne Heche as Marie
Heather Graham as Young Alexandra
Josh Hamilton as Young Carl
Leigh Lawson as Frank
Graham Beckel as Oscar
Bradley Gregg as Young Oscar
Adam Nelson as Lou
Darin Heames as Young Lou
Deborah May as Mrs. Bergom
Christopher Collet as Amedee
with
John Durbin as Father Duchesne
Philip Heckman as Warden
Daniel Franklyn Hatch as Young Emil
J. Michael Hunter as Barney Flinn
Sherman Monahan as Middle-aged Farmer
Gail Ogden as Mrs. Larsen
Cork Ramer as Mr. Bergson
Rita Ruona as Annie
Stephanie Stewart as Signa
Gary Sullivan as Young Farmer
Hughston Walkinshaw as Nelse Jensen
Tom Webb as Joe Tovesky
Amanda White as Young Marie
Summary:
Set on the Nebraska prairie from 1880 to 1910, this paean to the settlers of America's

heartland chronicles the hardships and joys of European immigrants striving to build a

new life in the harsh but fertile New World. Alexandra Bergson, headstrong daughter

of Swedish émigrés, provides the willpower that transforms her barren homestead into

 a prosperous farm. In her later years, Alexandra still waits for her American dream,

 deferred by sibling rivalries, a timeworn romance, and tragic violence.

Ep 41.03 Hallmark Hall of Fame: MISS ROSE WHITE

* 173rd Hallmark presentation
26-Apr-1992
written by Anna Sandor
based on the play "A Shayna Maidel" by Barbara Lebow
directed by Joseph Sargent
director of photography, Kees Van Oostrum
produced by Anne Hopkins
executive producer Marian Rees
starring
Kyra Sedgwick as Rose White
Maximilian Schell as Rose's Father
Amanda Plummer as Lusia
D.B. Sweeney as Dan McKay
Penny Fuller as Miss Ryan
Milton Selzer as Uncle Shimon
Maureen Stapleton as Tanta Perla
Gina Gershon as Angie
with
Thomas Kopache as Janos
Tom Mardirosian as Henry
Howard Pinhasik as David
Jeff Mandon as Jim
Jeri Moon as Mother
Scott Morgan as Young Mordechai
Caron Tate as Saleslady
Bari Biern as Clerk
Kelly Scallion as Little Rayzel
Emily Miller as Little Lusia
Summary:
A young woman tries to bridge the Old World with the New. During the week,

Rose White is a would-be sophisticate living on her own and working her way

up the ladder at a large Manhattan department store. On Friday nights, Rose

 returns to Brooklyn and, as Rayzel Weiss, the dutiful daughter of a Jewish immigrant

from Poland, observes the Sabbath with her family. Suddenly, Rose's balancing

act is shaken by the arrival of her long-lost sister Lusia, a Holocaust survivor she

hasn't seen since the family was separated before the war. Taking in Lusia as her roommate,

Rose comes face to face with haunting memories and troubling feelings of guilt and denial.

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