CTVA US Anthology - "Hallmark Hall of Fame" Season 46 (1996-97)

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 Season 46 (1996-97)
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 46.01 Hallmark Hall of Fame: CALM AT SUNSET

* 189th Hallmark presentation
01-Dec-1996
adapted by Pamela Gray & John Kent Harrison
based on the novel, "Calm at Sunset, Calm at Dawn" by Paul Watkins
produced & directed by Daniel Petrie
director of photography, Glen Macpherson
executive producer Richard Welsh
starring
Michael Moriarty as Russell Pfeiffer
Peter Facinelli as James Pfeiffer
Kate Nelligan as Margaret Pfeiffer
Gretchen Mol as Emily
Kevin Conway as Kelly Dobbs
Melvin Van Peebles as Bucket
Christopher Orr as Joseph Pfeiffer
with
Richard Bright, Richard Donat, Cecil Wright,

Brian Jamieson, Michael Higgins, Tom Gallant, Jeremy Akerman
Summary:
James Pfeiffer disappoints his parents when he drops out of college to

pursue his dream of becoming a fisherman, following in the footsteps of his dad

and grandfather. James gets his chance when he saves the life of a seaman and

the pair decide to become partners. But it's hardly smooth sailing; James must

weather a tragedy, deal with a shocking secret about his father, and

make a decision that might compromise his values.

Ep 46.02 Hallmark Hall of Fame: THE SUMMER OF BEN TYLER

* 190th Hallmark presentation
15-Dec-1996
written by Robert Inman
directed by Arthur Allan Seidelman
director of photography, Neil Roach
produced by Dan Witt
executive producer Richard Welsh
starring
James Woods as Temple Rayburn
Elizabeth McGovern as Celia
Julia McIlvaine as Nell
Charles Mattocks as Ben Tyler
Len Cariou as Spencer Maitland
Kevin Isola as Junius Maitland
Gregory Perrilli as Scooter Maitland
Jack Gilpin as Carter Glenn
Novella Nelson as Rosetta Tyler
with
Clifton James as Chief Sam Thomkins
Millie Perkins as Doris Carpenter
Anita Gillette as Suellen Maples
Ronn Carroll as Judge Kragen
Ed Grady as Dr. Ringgold
Phil Loch as Abner Morris
Richard Olsen as Woodrow Biggers
Summary:
Set in 1942 about Temple Rayburn, a respected but financially struggling

attorney who is approached to run for state senate, but must choose between

his political aspirations and his sense of dignity when the town wants him to put

Ben Tyler, the mildly retarded son of his late housekeeper,

out of his home  because the boy is black

Ep 46.03 Hallmark Hall of Fame: OLD MAN

* 191st Hallmark presentation
09-Feb-1997
adapted by Horton Foote
based on the short story by William Faulkner
directed by John Kent Harrison
director of photography, Kees van Oostrum
produced by Brent Shields
executive producer Richard Welsh
starring
Jeanne Tripplehorn as Addie
Arliss Howard as J.J. Taylor
Leo Burmester
Daro Latiolais
Ray McKinnon
with
Jerry Leggio as Warden
Horace Trahan, Ritchie Montgomery,

Edward Grady, Dan Kamin, Michael Arata
Summary:
When the flooded Mississippi River leaves a pregnant woman stranded, a gentle,

taciturn convict is called upon to aid in the rescue effort. The inmate braves

countless obstacles as the two travel down the "Old Man," driven to fulfill his

orders to get her back home--and his promise to return to prison.

Ep 46.04 Hallmark Hall of Fame: ROSE HILL

* 192nd Hallmark presentation
20-Apr-1997
adapted by Earl Wallace
based on the novel ,"For the Roses" by Julie Garwood
directed by Christopher Cain
producer Andrew Gottlieb
executive producer Richard Welsh
starring
Jennifer Garner as Mary Rose
Jeffrey D. Sams as Adam
Zak Orth as Douglas
Justin Chambers as Cole
Tristan Tait as Travis
David Newsom as Stringer
Casey Siemaszko as Fergus
Stuart Wilson as Richard Elliot
Kristin Griffith as Annie
with
Courtney Chase as Young Mary
Michael Alexander Jackson as Young Adam
David Klein as Young Douglas
Kevin Zegers as Young Cole
Blair Slater as Young Travis
Vanya Rose as Maude
David Aaron Baker as Harrison
Vera Farmiga as Emily
Peggy Ann Adams as Ruth Pruitt
Carmen Moore as Shining Water
Addison Bell as Fat Cow Bates
James McDonald as Charlie Orr
Donovan Workun as Sam Tucker
Summary:
A group of New York orphans adopt an abandoned baby and go West,

where their charge grows up to be a headstrong young woman with a restless spirit


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