Hallmark Hall of Fame Season 1
Hallmark Hall of Fame Season 1
First Air Date: December 24, 1951
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1x35 Refresher Course (August 31, 1952)
Story of a wealthy middle-aged married couple who retrace their honeymoon, and in so doing, regain their love for each other.
1x34 Crabapple Saint (August 24, 1952)
Story of Johnny Appleseed, the wanderer who planted trees as he traveled.
1x33 I Lift Up My Lamp (August 17, 1952)
A young Czech girl in the U.S. is faced with the choice of returning to her family behind the Iron Curtain or remaining free in the U.S.
1x32 The Last Command (August 10, 1952)
1x31 The Carlson Legend (August 03, 1952)
A young state senator runs into a moral problem while conducting a cleanup campaign.
1x30 21-Plus (July 27, 1952)
Story of the importance of one vote in an election.
1x29 Salvage (July 20, 1952)
An aging man thinks his usefulness to society is at an end.
1x28 The Real Glory (July 13, 1952)
Story of a town in U.S. taken over by corrupt men due to the neglect of the citizenry.
1x27 The Legend of Josiah Blow (July 06, 1952)
An infantryman in the American Revolution lights a firecracker and gets blown into another generation.
1x26 Our Sister Emily (June 29, 1952)
The story of the Bronte sisters.
1x25 Forgotten Children (June 22, 1952)
A dramatization honouring American educator Martha Berry, founder of Mt. Berry, a Georgia home for mountain people.
1x24 Mr. and Mrs. Freedom (June 15, 1952)
The story of Anna and John Peter Zenger and their fight for freedom of the press.
1x23 Nefretiti, Queen of Egypt (June 08, 1952)
Biography of Nefretiti, illustrating her life with the Pharoah and her influence on Egyptian history and culture.
1x22 The King's Author (June 01, 1952)
Biography of Ben Jonson, covering the writing of Eastward ho; set in London, 1606.
1x21 The Magnificent Failure (May 25, 1952)
A biography of Louisa May Alcott, ending with her writing of ""Little Women"" in 1860.
1x20 Reign of Terror (May 18, 1952)
Eliza Monroe, in Paris as the wife of the U.S. Foreign Minister toFrance, obtains Madame Lafayette's release from prison and sentence of death by guillotine.
1x19 A Woman for the Ages (May 11, 1952)
The story of Abigail Adams, wife of President John Adams.
1x18 The Face of Spain (May 04, 1952)
The life of Francisco Goya; set in Spain, 1786.
1x17 Miracle in May (April 27, 1952)
Dr. Edward Jenner discovers the smallpox vaccination.
1x16 Anne Bradstreet, Puritan Poetess (April 20, 1952)
Story of America's first woman author.
1x15 Ordeal by White House (April 06, 1952)
Little-known incidents in the life of Grover Cleveland.
1x14 The Vision of Father Flanagan (March 30, 1952)
The story of Reverend Edward Joseph Flanagan who, as a young priest from Ireland, founded Boys Town, Nebraska, where outcast boys could find the love and care denied them in their own homes.
1x13 Harriet Quimby (March 23, 1952)
The story of America's first woman aviator.
1x12 Constitution Island (March 16, 1952)
A salute to the U.S. Military Academy at West Point on its 150th anniversary, focusing on Anna Warner's historic gift of Contitution Island to the institution; set in 1907.
1x11 Juliette Low and the Girl Scouts (March 09, 1952)
The founding of the Girl Scouts, presented on the occasion of their 40th anniversary.
1x10 Prelude (March 02, 1952)
The meeting of George Sand and Frederic Chopin.
1x09 Mistress of the White House (February 24, 1952)
The story of Dolley Madison.
1x08 The Plot to Kidnap General Washington (February 17, 1952)
Irish-American tailor Hercules Mulligan's contribution to the American Revolution.
1x07 Woman with a Sword (February 10, 1952)
Story of Anna Ella Carroll, prominent member of a Maryland family who served as unofficial but close advisor and special representative to President Lincoln.
1x06 Florence Nightingale (February 03, 1952)
Biography of Florence Nightingale: her determination to build hospitals and train nurses for the sick and disabled during the Crimean War, her correspondence with the Minister of War, and the letter of appreciation she received from Queen Victoria.
1x05 The Story of Roger Williams (January 27, 1952)
1x04 The Big Build-Up (January 20, 1952)
Dramatization of the love affair between Elizabeth Barrett and Robert Browning.
1x03 Love Story (January 13, 1952)
Adaptation of the novel by Helen Ashton.
1x02 Doctor Serocold (January 06, 1952)
A Hollywood press agent is assigned to promote a starlet with whom he was once in love.
1x01 Amahl and the Night Visitors (December 24, 1951)
Broadcast live from New York, Gian Carlo Menotti's Christmas story was the first opera commissioned for television, and was repeated in several subsequent telecasts.