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 Season 48 (1998-99)
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 48.01 Hallmark Hall of Fame: SAINT MAYBE

* 197th Hallmark presentation
22-Nov-1998
written by Robert W. Lenski
based on the novel by Anne Tyler
directed by Michael Pressman
director of photography, Shelly Johnson
produced by Brent Shields
executive producer Richard Welsh
starring
Blythe Danner as Bee Bedloe
Edward Herrmann as Doug Bedloe
Melina Kanakaredes as Rita
Thomas McCarthy as Ian Bedloe
Jeffrey Nordling as Danny Bedloe
Mary-Louise Parker as Lucy Dean Bedloe
Glynnis OConnor as Claudia Bedloe
Bethel Leslie as Mrs. Dulcimer
Mary Lucy Bivins as Mrs. Jordan
Lori Rom as Cicely Brown
Denis OHare as Reverend Emmett
with
René Augesen as Adult Agatha
Amy Hargreaves as Adult Daphne
Kristoffer Winters as Adult Thomas
Hallee Hirsh as Young Agatha
Sam Gyllenhaal as Young Thomas
Julia McClernon as Young Daphne
Tracy Spindler as Agatha, 12 years
Joseph Cross as Thomas, 10 years
Heather & Shannon Adams as Baby Daphne
Bill Raymond as B.B. Brandt
Molly Price as Clara
Pamela J. Gray as Dot
Ginnie Randall as Mrs. Myrdal
Summary:
A family saga centering on the Bedloe family, newlyweds Danny and Lucy,

and Danny's teenage brother Ian. Ian, plagued with doubts about Lucy's character,

confronts Danny, which triggers a series of tragedies and an effort by Ian to seek redemption.

Ep 48.02 Hallmark Hall of Fame: GRACE & GLORIE

* 198th Hallmark presentation
13-Dec-1998
adapted by Grace McKeaney
story by Tom Ziegler
directed by Arthur Allan Seidelman
director of photography, Mike Fash
executive producer Richard Welsh
starring
Gena Rowlands as Grace
Diane Lane as Glorie
Neal McDonough as David
Chris Beetem as Roy
Carrie Preston as Charlene
Emmy Rossum as Luanne
Viola Davis as Rosemary Allbright
Diane Kagan as Winnifred Bradley
with
Sue Bugden as Dr. Peters
Anne Pitoniak as Bernice Wallace
Gordana Rashovich as Nurse Janice Crane
William Severs as Rev. J.P. Conklin
Jack Willis as Lou Edwards
Ron McLarty as R.J. Anders
Michael Emerson as Arnold Dudley
Gregory Zaragoza as Cal
Gus Corrado as Chris
Rueben Jackson as Ed
Marc Damon Johnson as Mike
Michael Angarano as Bicycle Kid
Summary:
A down-to-earth widow named Grace reluctantly agrees to share her country

home with a hospice caregiver, a sophisticated ex-New Yorker whom

Grace calls Glorie. Initially, the relationship between the two women is strained,

but as the drama unfolds, Grace and Glorie share reminiscences and regrets

 that bond them in a friendship based on mutual comforting and respect.

 

* 199th Hallmark presentation - no details

Ep 48.03 Hallmark Hall of Fame: NIGHT RIDE HOME

* 200th Hallmark presentation
07-Feb-1999
adapted by Ronald Parker & Darrah Cloud
based on the novel by Barbara Esstman
produced & directed by Glenn Jordan
director of photography, Neil Roach
executive producer Richard Welsh
starring
Rebecca De Mornay as Nora
Keith Carradine as Neal
Thora Birch as Clea
Lynne Thigpen as Fran
Ryan Merriman as Justin
Jordan Brower as Simon
Ellen Burstyn as Maggie
Rosanna Huffman as Iris
with
Ramon de Ocampo as Luis
Mary Marsh as Mrs. Kramer
John Morrison as Dr. Froman
Terry Ward as Mr. Wetzel
Patrick Welch as George
Linda Burden-Williams as Nurse
Enrique M. Arias as Desk clerk
Tina Hahn as Dr. Mayeda
Francine Williams as Realtor
Summary:
Nora Mahler has a strong bond with her son Simon, but is not as close with

her daughter or husband Neal. When Simon is killed in a riding accident,

the family is torn apart. A grief-stricken Nora is hospitalized initially but her

mother brings her home to face her emotions and failing marriage. Neal,

on the other hand, acts in the belief that the family needs a fresh start.

Ep 48.04 Hallmark Hall of Fame: DURANGO
25-Apr-1999
adapted by Walter Bernstein
based on the novel by John B. Keane
produced & directed by Brent Shields
director of photography, Shelly Johnson
executive producer Richard Welsh
starring
Matt Keeslar as Mark Doran
Patrick Bergin as Fergus Mullaney
George Hearn as Rector
Nancy St. Alban as Annie Mullaney
Dermot Martin as Jay Mullaney
Paul Ronan as Tom Mullaney
Brenda Fricker as Maeve
Eamon Morrissey as Philly Hinds
Mark Lambert as Algie
Ian McElhinney as Vester
Pat Laffan as Bill Gobberley
Dean Kearns as Sergeant Rowley
Luke Griffin as Will Sullivan
Glenn Mulhern as Henry Sullivan
Vinnie McCabe as Jocko
Helen Norton as Bessie
Veronica Duffy as Sheila Mullaney
Dave Duffy as Martin Mooley
Macdara OFatharta as Fizz Moran
Britta Smith as Nonie Doran
Joe Pilkington as Donnelly
Noel ODonovan as Gubbins
Don Foley as Old Man
Joe Gallagher as Jobber
Eileen Colgan as Mrs. Hinds
Summary:
A struggling young farmer, Mark Doran, falls in love with the daughter of

Fergus Mullaney, a feisty giant of a man. Fergus has threatened to destroy

anyone who tries to court his daughter. Before confronting Fergus, Mark feels

 he must prove himself as a man. He organizes an unprecedented undertaking

-- an Irish cattle drive to a nearby town to break the local cattle buyer's monopoly.

Mark assembles a team and sets out on an incredible adventure. Along the way,

he finds the inner strength to overcome tremendous obstacles.
In 1939 Ireland, a young man decides to lead a 40-mile cattle

drive rather than selling his cattle to an unscrupulous local buyer.

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