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 Season 51 (2001-2002)
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 51.01 Hallmark Hall of Fame: IN LOVE AND WAR

* 210th Hallmark presentation
18-Nov-2001
adapted by John Mortimer
based on a true story by Eric Newby
directed by John Kent Harrison
director of photography Giovanni Fiore Coltellacci
produced by Brent Shields
executive producer Richard Welsh
starring
Callum Blue as Eric Newby
Barbara Bobulova as Wanda Skof
with
Peter Bowles as Melville
Giorgio Cantarini as Sloto
Marcus Cottorell as Elwood
Silvia De Santis as Valeria
Rosa Di Brigida as Mrs. Baruffa
Maurizio Donadoni as Vincenzo
Nicholas Gallagher as Duffy
Toby Jones as Bolo
Emanuela Macchniz as Bianca
Blancia Nappi as Delores
Madlena Nedeva as Wanda's Mother
Roberto Nobile as Wanda's Father
Nicola Pannelli as Maurizio
Rosa Pianeta as Rosa
Giacomo Piperno as Colonello
Marco Quaglia as Guissipe
Franco Ravera as Osvaldo
Nick Reding as James
Roberta Fiorentini as Housekeeper
Massimo Sarchielli as Merry
Mark Whiteley as Bob
Victoria Zinny as Mother Superior
Orazio Stracuzzi as Baruffa
John Warnaby as Feathers
Chiara Stampone as Girlfriend #1
Sabrina Sirchia as Girlfriend #2
Mario Erpichini as Chairman
Gabriele Parrillo as Italian Officer
Helmut Hagen as Commandant
Hermann Weisskopf as German NCO (as Herman Weiskopf)
Jan Stahlberg as German Lt.
Ralph Palka as German Officer
Robert Weatherby as Butler
Oreste Rotundo .... Doctor
Giacomo Gonnella as Black Shirt #1
Giuseppe Oppedisano as Black Shirt #2
Summary:
A miraculous true story of courage, determination and love in war-torn Italy.

In Love and War chronicles the meeting of Eric Newby, a British soldier captured

in World War II whose life is saved by Wanda Skof, a courageous Italian woman

with whom he falls in love. The two overcome increasing risks as they find new

ways to keep Eric safe from his Nazi pursuers, but eventually Eric is faced with

an agonizing choice. Fate brought them together, but now

one decision could separate them forever.

Ep 51.02 Hallmark Hall of Fame: THE SEVENTH STREAM

*211th Hallmark presentation
16-Dec-2001
written by John Gray
directed by John Gray
director of photography Seamus Deasy
produced by David A. Rosemont
executive producer Brent Shields & Richard Welsh
starring
Scott Glenn as Owen Quinn
Saffron Burrows as Mairead
with
Simon Delaney as Reverend
Joseph Kelly as Eamon Dunhill
John Lynch as Tomas Dunhill
Eamon Morrissey as Willy Driscoll
Jer O'Leary as Fisherman #1
Eamonn Owens as Fisherman #2
Noel O'Donovan as Fisherman #3
Eddie Grimes as Fisherman #4
Padraig O'Faolin as Fisherman #5
Jack Lynch as Salesman
Lalor Roddy as Fish Buyer
Stanley Townsend as Constable
Fiona Shaw
Maire Hastings
Summary:
Owen Quinn loved his quiet but challenging life as an Irish fisherman.

Since his wife died, however, Quinn's world has been empty. But when

he encounters Mairead, a beautiful woman in distress, wonderful things start

happening. Quinn - and his whole sleepy village - seem magically reborn.

Quinn finds himself falling in love - but this mysterious woman raises

suspicions among his friends and neighbors. Where did she come from?

Will she vanish as quickly as she appeared?

Quinn has stumbled into a mystery straight out of Irish folklore.

Ep 51.03 Hallmark Hall of Fame: MY SISTER'S KEEPER

* 212th Hallmark presentation
27-Jan-2002
written by Susan Tarr
based on the book by Margaret Moorman
directed by Ron Lagomarsino
director of photography Lloyd Ahern II
produced by Brent Shields
executive producer Richard Welsh
starring
Kathy Bates as Christine Chapman
Elizabeth Perkins as Judy Chapman
Lynn Redgrave as Helen Margaret Chapman
Kimberly J. Brown as Young Christine Chapman
Hallee Hirsh as Young Judy Chapman
Bobby Harwell as Father Daniel
with
Alex Alexander as Waitress
Toya A. Brown as Group Leader
Marc Miller as Dancing Boy
David St. James as George
Jascha Washington as Earl
Kathleen Wilhoite as Mona
Summary:
Two sisters embark on a journey of discovery and reconciliation in this

poignant real-life story based on the memoirs of Margaret Moorman.

Christine has been diagnosed with schizophrenia and must rely on others

 for support but longs for independence and an ordinary life. Her sister Judy,

 a career-oriented New York art director, becomes responsible for her care when

their mother dies. The two are left to face the struggles of finding common ground.

Ep 51.04 Hallmark Hall of Fame: LITTLE JOHN

* 213th Hallmark presentation
05-May-2002
written by H.Haden Yelin & Temma Kramer
story by Temma Kramer
directed by Dick Lowry
director of photography Steven Fierberg
produced by Brent Shields
executive producer Richard Welsh & Ann Weston
starring
Gloria Reuben as Natalie Britain
Ving Rhames as John Morgan
Robert Bailey Jr. as Little John
Patty Duke as Sylvia
Ruben Santiago-Hudson as Steven
Adilah Barnes
Alyssa Gainer as Lisa
Scott Burkholder as Mr. Williams
Susan Merson as Ms. Connors
Bill Mesnik as Mr. Bates
Marc McClure as Mr. Davidson
with
Dex Elliot Sanders as Nelson
Henry G. Sanders as Merlle
Elizabeth Anne Smith as Sister Mary
Sean Squire as Charlie
Hayden Tank as Benny
Bruce Nozick as Doctor
Dianna Miranda as Nurse #1
Geraldine Hughes as Nurse #2
Dean Ross Berke as Orderly
Rainbow Borden as Messenger
Jack McGee as Bailiff
Adrian Sparks as Cowboy
Octavia Spencer as Waitress
Peter Van Norden as Presiding Judge
Ellis Williams as Lou
Wayne Thomas Yorke as Bus Driver
Summary:
As a family court judge, Natalie Britain routinely makes decisions involving

 hundreds of children and their families. Yet she harbors a secret involving her

own unacknowledged child. Natalie thought her son was put up for adoption at birth

12 years ago. But her estranged father, John, has been raising Little John on his Texas

 farm. Now, with John in failing health, Little John suddenly re-enters Natalie's well

-ordered life in this story of family and forgiveness.
 

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