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 Season 57 (2007-2008)
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 57.01 Hallmark Hall of Fame: PICTURES OF HOLLIS WOODS

Hallmark presentation no. 231.
*Filmed at Ladysmith, British Columbia
02Dec2007 CBS
Producer Dan Paulson
Teleplay by Ann Peacock, Daniel Petrie Jr. and Camille Thomasson
Based on the novel by Patricia Reilly Giff
Directed by Tony Bill
Editor Paul Dixon
Production Designer Michael S. Bolton
starring
Cissy Spacek .......... Josie Cahill
Alfre Woodard ......... Edna Reilly
Jodelle Ferland ....... Hollis Woods
James Tupper .......... John Regan
Judith Ivey ........... Beatrice Gilcrest
Julie Ann Emery ....... Izzy Regan
Ridge Canipe .......... Steven Regan
Desiree Zurowski ...... Foster Mother
Joanne Kimm ........... Female Bus Driver
Eric Crump ............ Pedestrian
Denis Corbett ......... Pedestrian
Yolanda Corbett ....... Passenger on Bus
Jacqueline Brown ...... Passenger on Bus
Synopsis:
Story of a twelve year old foster child who has been to so many homes she

longs for a family of her own. She winds up at the home of a retired schoolteacher

 who opens her heart and home to Hollis and the two share a Christmas

adventure and learns that miracles do happen. [RF]
 

Ep 57.02 Hallmark Hall of Fame: THE RUSSELL GIRL

Hallmark presentation no. 232.

*Filmed in Claremont, Stouffville, and Toronto, Ontario Canada.
27Jan2008
Executive Producer Brent Shields
Co-executive Producer Stefanie Epstein
Produced by Andrew Gottlieb
Written by Jill Blotevogel
Directed by Jeff Bleckner
Director of photography Charles Minsky
Editor Geoffrey Rowland
starring
Amber Tamblyn ......... Sarah Russell
Jennifer Ehle ......... Lorainne Morrisey
Paul Wesley ........... Evan Carroll
Daniel Clark .......... Daniel Russell
Tim DeKay ............. Mr. Russell, Sarah's dad
Mary Elizabeth Mastrantonio ...... Gayle Russell
Henry Czerny .......... Howard Morissey
Max Morrow ............ Rick Morissey
Ben Lewis ............. Jon Morrisey
Richard Leacock ....... Dr. Gordon
William Cuddy ......... Young Rick
Synopsis:
A small-town girl takes a job in Chicago to escape memories of a

tragic accident she blames herself for. She goes home to try and heal

but her secrets continue to haunt her. Sarah decides to withhold the true

reason for her homecoming after an old conflict resurfaces during

an uncomfortable encounter with Lorraine Morrisey.
 

Ep 57.03 Hallmark Hall of Fame: SWEET NOTHING IN MY EAR

Hallmark presentation no. 233.
20Apr2008
Executive Producer Brent Shields
Co-executive Producer Marian Rees
Produced by Anne Hopkins
Based on the play by Stephen Sachs
Directed by Joseph Sargent
Director of photography Donald M. Morgan
Editor Michael Brown
starring
Jeff Daniels .......... Dan
Marlee Matlin ......... Laura
David Oyelowo ......... Leonard Grisham
Nolan Gould ........... Mark Scott
Jack Laufer ........... Dr. Carl Harvey
Gina D'Acciaro ........ Court Clerk
Synopsis:
Dan is married to his lovely wife Laura who is deaf and when their son

Adam loses his hearing at age six, Dan pursues the possibility of a cochlear

implant for his boy a divisive wedge is driven between husband and

 wife that threatens to shatter their marriage.
 

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