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 Season 43 (1993-94)
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 43.01 Hallmark Hall of Fame: TO DANCE WITH THE WHITE DOG
05-Dec-1993
written by Susan Cooper
based on the book by Terry Kay
produced & directed by Glenn Jordan
director of photography, Neil Roach
executive producer Bruce Savin
starring
Hume Cronyn as Robert Samuel Peek
Jessica Tandy as Cora Peek
Christine Baranski as Kate
Terry Beaver as Paul
Harley Cross as Bobby
Esther Rolle as Neelie
Frank Whaley as James
Amy Wright as Carrie
Dan Albright as Noah
Dan Biggers as Dr. Bennett
Janette Lane Bradbury as Mildred Cook
Warde Q. Butler as Neal Lewis
David Dwyer as Holman
Ed Grady as Herman Morris
Bob Hannah as Clete Walton
Frank Roberts as Howard Cook
Jack Swanson as Photographer
Alex Van as Pete Morris
Summary:
A story about marital love, old age and death. Robert Samuel ('Mr. Sam') Peek,

a sagacious and seasoned pecan tree grower from rural Georgia, has been

married for the last 57 years or so to his college sweetheart, Cora. When she

suddenly passes away, Sam becomes increasingly lonely--until he befriends

a snow-white dog that strays onto the Peek property. People wonder if the animal

is real or merely a figment of Mr. Sam's imagination. Then Mr. Sam and the

dog take a fateful journey to a college reunion.

Ep 43.02 Hallmark Hall of Fame: BREATHING LESSONS
06-Feb-1994
written by Robert W. Lenski
based upon the book by Anne Tyler
produced & directed by John Erman
director of photography, Gayne Rescher
executive producer Richard Welsh
starring
James Garner as Ira Moran
Joanne Woodward as Maggie Moran
Kathryn Erbe as Fiona
Joyce Van Patten as Serena
Eileen Heckart as Mabel
Paul Winfield as Mr. Otis
Tim Guinee as Jesse
Henry Jones as Sam
Stephi Lineburg as Leroy
Debra Mooney as Mrs. Stuckey
John Considine as Durwood
Delphi Harrington as Sugar
Jean Louisa Kelly as Daisy
Kevin Thigpen as Lamont
Larry John Meyers as Bodyshop Owner
Don Wadsworth as Deacon
Summary:
The story of some fifteen hours in the lives of Ira and Maggie Moran, a

quarrelsome yet endearing middle-class couple who are driving from their

Baltimore home to a funeral in Pennsylvania. As the Morans' day progresses,

they befriend a fellow traveler, are reunited with their estranged daughter-in-law,

and share their hopes and dreams in a storyline that stresses

character development over action.
 

Ep 43.03 Hallmark Hall of Fame: A PLACE FOR ANNIE
01-May-1994
written by Cathleen Young & Lee Guthrie
directed by John Gray
director of photography, Donald M. Morgan
produced by Diane Walsh
executive producers Marcy Gross & Ann Weston
starring
Sissy Spacek as Susan Lansing
Mary-Louise Parker as Linda.
S. Epatha Merkerson as Alice
Jack Noseworthy as David
Joan Plowright as Dorothy
David Spielberg as Dr. Palmer
Richard Gilbert Hill as Dr. Scott
Stephen Mills as Dr. Reilly
Robin Pearson Rose as Edna
Lauree Berger as Sandy
Linda Carlson as Gerry
Wendy Robie as Dr. Horton
with
J.P. Bumstead as Judge
Rebecca Donner as Elaine
Claudette Sutherland as Carol
Cam Brainard as Medical Student
Katie and Leslie Anderson as Annie
Summary:
The compassion of a divorced pediatric nurse leads her to become

foster mother to an apparently abandoned HIV-positive infant named Annie.

Annie's hardened birth mother, a destitute AIDS victim, resurfaces and wants

her daughter back. Ultimately the two women reach a compromise

and move in together to share Annie's parenting.
 

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