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 Season 42 (1992-93)
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 42.01 Hallmark Hall of Fame: AN AMERICAN STORY
29-Nov-1992
written by John Gray
story by Lemuel Pitkin & Paul Donald Snowe & John Gray
directed by John Gray
director of photography, Johnny E. Jensen
produced by Alan Jacobs
executive producer Robert Halmi Sr
starring
Brad Johnson as George Meade
Kathleen Quinlan as Hope Tyler
Tom Sizemore as Jesse Meadows
Josef Sommer as Henry Meade
G.W. Bailey as Tom Cantrell
Patricia Clarkson as Barbara Meade
Lisa Blount as Becky Meadows
David Labiosa as Juan Medina
with
John M. Jackson as Sheriff McMillan
Sean Hennigan as Billy Wheeler
Brad Leland as Andy Buckley
Titus Welliver as Jack Austin
Shawn Toovey as Sam Meadows
Miraida Rios as Maria Medina
Jerry Haynes as Dr. Jenkins
Dante DAndre as Carlos Medina
Rodger Boyce as Frank Crowley
Nell Heller as Beckys Mother
Peyton E. Park as Beckys Father
Summary:
World War II veterans unite against a corrupt mayor and his cronies as

 they fight to take back their Texas hometown.

Ep 42.02 Hallmark Hall of Fame: SKYLARK

* 176th Hallmark presentation
07-Feb-1993
written by Patricia MacLachlan
based upon characters from the novel Sarah, plain and tall by Patricia MacLachlan." "The sequel to Sarah plain and tall.
director of photography, Michael Fash
produced and directed by Joseph Sargent
executive producers William Self & Glenn Close
starring
Glenn Close as Sarah Witting
Christopher Walken as Jacob Witting
Lexi Randall as Anna
Christopher Bell as Caleb
Margaret Sophie Stein as Maggie
Jon Devries as Matthew
Tresa Hughes as Mattie Wheaton
Lee Richardson as Chubbers Horatio
Lois Smith as Lou Wheaton
Elizabeth Wilson as Harriet Wheaton
James Rebhorn as William Wheaton
with
Woody Watson as Jess Stearns
Anne Swift as Meg
Max Graham as Photographer
Betty Laird as Mrs. Parkley
Peggy Freisen as Caroline
Michael T. McGraw as Samuel
Summary:
In 1912 Kansas, drought plagues Jacob and Sarah Witting and Jacob's

children by his first marriage. As conditions worsen, the family suffers a calamity

that marks a turning point for Sarah, who's harboring a secret from Jacob.
** Emmy Award for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Miniseries or a Special for Glenn Close.

Ep 42.03 Hallmark Hall of Fame: BLIND SPOT

* 177th Hallmark presentation
02-May-1993
written by Nina Shengold
story by Michael McTaggart
directed by Michael Toshiyuki Uno
director of photography, David Geddes
produced by Andrew Gottlieb
executive producers Robert Halmi Jr. & Richard Welsh
starring
Joanne Woodward as Nell Harrington
Laura Linney as Phoebe
Reed Diamond as Charlie
Fritz Weaver as Simon
Cynthia Martells as Holly
Patti Yasutake as Dr. Charbonneau
Patti D'Arbanville as Lucinda
Mark Anthony Wade as Adam
Edmond Genest as Alden Rice
Allison Janney as Doreen
with
Sam Turich as Joel
Karina Arroyave as Ramona
Sharon Washington as Donna
Linda Powell as Tory
Melissa Bell as Patty
Mark Joy as Jerry Barbetto
Mary Louise Wilson as Mrs. Deitz
Emily Ann Wachtel as Phyllis
Ming Na-wen as Mitsuko
David Thornton as Frank
Larry John Meyers as Surgeon
Bruce Kirkpatrick as Lt. Grody
Ashley Palmer as Olivia
Summary:
A take-charge U.S. Representative takes charge of the rehabilitation of her daughter,

who is a young widow, a new mother, and a cocaine addict.
** Emmy Award for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Miniseries or a Special for Joanne Woodward.

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