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 Season 49 (1999-2000)
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 49.01 Hallmark Hall of Fame:

SARAH, PLAIN & TALL: WINTER'S END
21-Nov-1999
written by Patricia MacLachlan
produced & directed by Glenn Jordan
director of photography, Ralf Bode
executive producers, William Self & Glenn Close
starring
Glenn Close as Sarah
Christopher Walken as Jacob
George Hearn as Dr. Hartley
Lexi Randall as Anna
Christopher Bell as Caleb
Emily Osment as Cassie
Jack Palance as John
Betty Laird as May Parkley
Calen Pick as Justin
Summary:
Sarah and Jacob Witting are a hardy couple raising a family on a Kansas

farm in 1918. Unexpectedly, they're visited by Jacob's father John, who

deserted his son more than thirty years earlier and has returned to make

amends--a task complicated by a fateful accident and the onslaught of a blizzard.
** Note The third and final installment of the Sara trilogy.

Ep 49.02 Hallmark Hall of Fame: A SEASON FOR MIRACLES
12-Dec-1999
adapted by Maria Nation
based on the novel "Season for Miracles" by Marilyn Pappano
directed by Michael Pressman
director of photography, Shelly Johnson
produced by Timothy M. Bourne
executive producer Richard Welsh
starring
Carla Gugino as Emilie Thompson
Kathy Baker as Ruth
David Conrad as Nathan Blair
Laura Dern as Berry Thompson
Patty Duke as Angel
Lynn Redgrave as Judge Nancy Jakes
Mary Fogarty as Agatha
Faith Prince as Sadie
Evan Sabara as J.T. Thompson
Mae Whitman as Alanna Thompson
Mary Louise Wilson as Corinna
Kurt Deutsch as Alexander Thomas
Scott Sowers as Howie
Paul Collins as Gerald Thomas
Gail Grate as Holly McBride
Patricia Childress as Maeve
Jill Parker-Jones as Librarian
Mary Pat Gleason Young Grandmother
Susan Leslie as Female Guard
Logan OBrien as Young Boy
Summary:
When a young woman's niece and nephew are threatened with foster care

after her sister is hospitalized following yet another overdose, she flees with

them until they land in the sleepy town of Bethlehem just before Christmas

and a series of kindnesses and coincidences gives the trio a chance a happiness.
A Season for Miracles is the story of Emilie Dalton, a young woman who

takes off with her jailed sister's children, not knowing where or how they will end up.

Along the way, the trio finds refuge in a small town where good things somehow

just seem to happen to good people. With the help of the local townsfolk

and a small miracle, Emilie and the children have a Christmas to remember.

Ep 49.03 Hallmark Hall of Fame: MISSING PIECES
06-Feb-2000
adapted by Peachy Markowitz & Philip Rosenberg & Richard Kletter & D.W. Owen
based on the novel, "Atticus" by Ron Hansen
directed by Carl Schenkel
director of photography, Karl Herrmann
produced by Brent Shields
executive producer Richard Welsh
starring
James Coburn as Atticus Cody
Lisa Zane as Renata
Paul Kersey as Scott Cody
Finn Carter as Marilyn
William R. Moses as David
Julio Oscar Mechoso as Hernandez
Maxwell Caulfield as Stuart
Karina Arroyave as Maria
Sal Lopez as Castillo
William Marquez as Espinoza
Carsten Norgaard as Reinhardt
with
Lilyan Chauvin as Old Woman
Ken Davitian as Jorge
Nadia Gomez as Girl
Efrem Ramirez as Renaldo
Caroline Lagerfelt as Serena
Yareli Arizendindi as Rosa
Elsie Escobar as Carmen Martinez
Luis Contreras as Beggar
Alberto Ledesma as Mexican priest
Demetrius Navarro as Carlos
Darrell Kunitomi as Tourist
Octavio Solorio as Doorman
Jorge Pallo as Messenger
Ron Paul Ramirez as Cipriano
Octavia L. Spencer as Elegant guest
Summary:
Atticus Cody is a rancher and widower on a sad mission in Mexico to claim

the body of his son Scott, a troubled artist and probable suicide who felt

responsible for the auto accident years earlier that took his mother's life.

The unusual circumstances behind Scott's case raise Atticus's suspicions

--enough to launch his own investigation, which takes intriguing twists

Ep 49.04 Hallmark Hall of Fame: CUPID & CATE
07-May-2000
written by Jennifer Miller & Ron Raley
based on the novel "Cupid and Diana" by Christina Bartolomeo
directed by Brent Shields
director of photography Kees Van Oostrum
producer Timothy M. Bourne
executive producer Richard Welsh
starring
Mary-Louise Parker as Cate
Peter Gallagher as Harry
Bebe Neuwirth as Francesca
Philip Bosco as Dominic DeAngelo
Joanna Going as Cynthia
David Lansbury as Philip
Rebecca Luker as Annette
Brenda Fricker as Willie Hendley
with
E. Katherine Kerr as Cecilia
Jonathan Walker as Jerry
Peter McRobbie as Dr. Brimmer
Bill Raymond as Father Francis
Robert Hogan as Laurence
Kurt McKinney as Simon
Sheila Hennessey as Woman Shopper
William Thomas as Paul
Marceline Hugot as Tourist Woman
Bill Aylward as Judge
Alice Frank as Teen #1
Louisa Holaday as Teen #2
Kimberley Perfetto as Waitress
Nap Turner as Newspaper man
Jim Scopeletis as Speaker
Katie Ziegler as Carol
Robinne Lee as Ellen
Summary:
Cate, a young conventional dress-shop owner is about to marry her boring fiance,

but whose life is changed when her sister introduces her to witty, wise and endearing

Harry, her idea of Mr. Right. They hit it off, but soon they face several hurdles,

including Cate's tough father and disease.

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