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 Season 56 (2006-2007)
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 56.01 Hallmark Hall of Fame: CANDLES ON BAY STREET

Hallmark presentation no. 228.
26-Nov-2006 CBS Sun
Produced by Andrew Gottlieb and John Erman
Directed by John Erman
Written by Jonathan Estrin
Based on the novel by K.C. McKinnon
starring
Alicia Silverstone ... Dee Dee Michaud
Annabeth Gish ........ Lydia
Polly Bergen ......... Rosemary
Eion Bailey .......... Sam Timmons
Matthew Knight ....... Trooper
Jonathan Potts ....... Rick
James Rebhorn ........ Farmer Frieden
Martha Irving ........ Val
Aislinn Paul ......... Amber
Ted Atherton ......... Ross
Katie Griffin ........ Naomi
Marlane O'Brien ...... Mrs. Gruber
Jayne Eastwood ....... Sarah
Wayne Robson ......... Brad
Brian Downey ......... Cee Jay
Richard Donat ........ Walter
Kevin Nugent ......... Workman

Synopsis:
A woman returns to her small hometown after a 13-year absence

with her son, which creates a whirl of emotions for her formerly

smitten childhood friend and his wife. [RF]
*Note: Filmed in Halifax, Nova Scotia Canada.
 

Ep 56.02 Hallmark Hall of Fame: THE VALLEY OF LIGHT

Hallmark presentation no. 229.

28-Jan-2007 CBS Sun
Produced by
Directed by Brent Shields
Teleplay by Camille Thomasson
Based on the novel by Terry Kay
Director of photography Eric Van Haren Noman
Composer Jeff Beal
starring
Chris Klein .......... Noah Locke
Gretchen Mol ......... Eleanor
Jay O. Sanders ....... Howard
Betty Moyer .......... Ada Reynolds
Zach Mills ........... Matthew
Robert Prosky ........ Hoke
Angela Paton ......... Granny
with
Kevin Chamberlin ..... Moody
William Joseph Elk ... Marshall
Jim Beaver ........... Radio Preacher (Voice)
Ben Billingsley ...... Town kid
Jacqueline Billingsley ... Town kid
Al Cacioppo .......... Fisherman
T.J. Civis ........... Pallbearer
Alexander Baird ...... Sunday School Boy
Karyn Dahl ........... Choir member
Todd Gearou .......... Singer
Leslie Goodman ....... Townsperson, Memorial Singer
Scott Goodman ........ Townsperson (age 8)
Robert Granados ...... Townsperson (Singing)
Marilyn Faith Hickey ... Fish Fry Woman
David Hodges ......... Townsperson
Lee D. Hudson ........ Townsperson, Memorial Singer
Yvonne Koenig ........ Choir Member/Townsperson
Emmalea Luna ......... Townsperson
James Marsh .......... Peavo
Sean May ............. Memorial Singer/Townsperson
Rick Mischke ......... Memorial Singer/Townsperson
Jacqueline Mraz ...... Town kid
David Pearl .......... Peavo
Jackson Rathbone ..... Travis
Beverly Roberts ...... Townswoman/Memorial Singer/Pie Lady
Bob Senz ............ Fisherman
Kandice Stroh ........ Warden's secretary
Synopsis:
A World War II veteran returns home at the end of the war to find his parents

have died, his brother is in prison and the family farm has been sold. Discouraged

he wanders the rural roads of the South in search of a place he can call home.

He is led by a mysterious stranger to a place the stranger calls 'The Valley of Light'.

There he meets and befriends a mute boy named Matthew and a widow named Eleanor.
 

Ep 56.03 Hallmark Hall of Fame: CROSSROADS: A STORY OF FORGIVENESS

Hallmark presentation no. 230.
22-Apr-2007 CBS Sun
Produced by Andrew Gottlieb, Jim Head and Brent Shields.
Directed by John Kent Harrison
Teleplay by Peter Hunziker, Cynthia Riddle and Oliver Goldstick
Director of photography Jean Lepine
Music by Lawrence Shragge
starring
Dean Cain ............ Bruce Murakami
Peri Gilpin .......... Erin Teller
Shiloh Fernandez ..... Justin Suarez
Julie Warner ......... Melissa
Chelah Horsdal ....... Cindy
Landon Liboiron ...... Brody Murakami
Ryan Kennedy ......... Josh Murakami
Steph Song ........... Kim
Carrie Fleming ....... Anna
Venus Terzo .......... Nancy
Calum Worthy ......... Kip
Emy Aneke ............ Rodney
Catherine Lough Haggquist ... Chantal
Nicole LaPlaca ....... Carla
David Michie ......... Hector
Brett Viberg ......... Deputy Haines
Andy Stahl ........... Peterson
Tim Henry ............ Mr. Scully
Andrew Hedge ......... Bill
Katie Pezarro ........ Chelsea
Andrew Abud .......... Court Spectator
Alex DeVorak ......... Court Spectator
Denis Corbett ........ Court Observer
Blaine Lopes ......... Court Observer
Yolanda Corbett ...... Wedding Guest
Julius Chapple ....... Reporter #1
Synopsis:
After the tragic death of his wife and their child in a November 1998 car crash,

Bruce Murakami begins his search with help from lawyer Erin Teller to find out what

 happened. He pursues justice against the teenage boy whose street-racing killed them.
*Based on a true story, filmed in Victoria, British Columbia.


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