CTVA US Anthology - "Hallmark Hall of Fame" Season 45 (1995-96)

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 Season 45 (1995-96)
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 45.01 Hallmark Hall of Fame: JOURNEY

* 185th Hallmark presentation
10-Dec-1995
written by Patricia MacLachlan
based upon the novel, "Journey" by Patricia MacLachlan
directed by Tom McLoughlin
director of photography, Kees van Oostrum
produced by Brent Shields
executive producers Glenn Close & Richard Welsh
starring
Jason Robards as Marcus
Brenda Fricker as Lottie
Max Pomeranc as Journey
Eliza Dushku as Cat
Meg Tilly as Min
Sal Lopez as Boone
Jason Dohring as Cooper
Frances Conroy as Fiona
James Lashly as Duncan
with
Anne Betancourt as Kate
Annie O'Donnell as Millie
Thomas Kopache as Jed
Claude Earl Jones as Man at Diner
Paul Sutera as Narrator
Summary:
This bittersweet portrait of a family's loss focuses on a farmer with a passion

for photography, his headstrong wife, and their 11-year-old grandson, who is

emotionally devastated when his mother abandons the family. The drama

explores the theme of hope as the child searches for the truth somewhere

behind the pictures in his grandfather's family photographs.

 

* 186th Hallmark presentation - no details

Ep 45.02 Hallmark Hall of Fame: THE BOYS NEXT DOOR

* 187th Hallmark presentation
04-Feb-1996
adapted by William Blinn
based on the play by Tom Griffin
produced & directed by John Erman
director of photography, Frank Tidy
executive producer Richard Welsh
starring
Nathan Lane as Norman Bulansky
Robert Sean Leonard as Barry Klemper
Tony Goldwyn as Jack Palmer
Michael Jeter as Arnold Wiggins
Courtney B. Vance as Lucien P. Singer
Mare Winningham as Sheila
Elizabeth Wilson as Mary Fremus
Lynne Thigpen as Mrs. Tracy
with
Richard Jenkins, Caroline Aaron,

Michael Hogan, Laura Bertram as Cashier,

Martha Burns, George R. Robertson. Jenny Robertson as Rena.
Thank you to all our developmentally challenged actors: Anthony, Blair,

Bruce, Carol, Carolyn, Chris, Glenn, Heather, James, Joseph,

Karen, Leslie, Paul, Robert, Scott, Susan, Wendy, Yvonne.
Summary:
Moving performances by Nathan Lane, Robert Sean Leonard, Michael Jeter

and Courtney B. Vance highlight this touching and funny 1996 TV movie

about four mentally challenged housemates. Norman loves doughnuts--and a

girl named Sheila; Barry fancies himself a golf instructor; Arnold is beset with

shopping problems; and Lucien is preparing to testify before a Senate committee.

Looking out for them is a dedicated social worker whose wife warns him,

'These dear, sweet damaged guys are eating you up alive.'

Ep 45.03 Hallmark Hall of Fame: HARVEST OF FIRE

* 188th Hallmark presentation
21-Apr-1996
written by Richard Alfieri & Susan Nanus
story by Susan Nanus
directed by Arthur Allan Seidelman
director of photography, Neil Roach
produced by Brent Shields
executive producers, Bernard Sofronski, Richard Welsh
starring
Lolita Davidovich as Sally Russell
Patty Duke as Annie Beiler
James Read as Scott
J.A. Preston as Sheriff Garrison
Jean Louisa Kelly as Rachel
Jennifer Garner as Sarah Troyer
Marta Kristen as Martha Troyer
Peter McRobbie as Reuben Troyer
Sam Trammell as Simon Troyer
Gabriel Mick as John Beiler
Tom Aldredge as Jacob Hostetler
Craig Wasson as Philip Dixon
Eric Mabius as Sam Hostetler
Wesley Addy as Bishop Levi Lapp
Bette Henritze as Mary Lapp
Gary Bisig as Amos Zook
Madeleine Potter as Miriam Zook
Pamela Sam as Irene Yoder
Millie Perkins as Ruth
Isa Thomas as Barbara
Catherine Kellner as Nancy
Justin Chambers as George
Jeff Kizer as Lester
Summary:
A close-knit Amish farming community in Iowa is plagued by a series

of barn burnings. These crimes come under the investigation of a cagey

FBI agent whose efforts to resolve the case hinge on an

uneasy alliance with a candid Amish widow.

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