Hallmark Hall of Fame Season 4
Hallmark Hall of Fame Season 4
First Air Date: September 05, 1954
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4x35 The Farmer From Monticello (June 26, 1955)
The story of Thomas Jefferson's return to politics in 1773.
4x34 The Father Who Had No Sons (June 19, 1955)
The inspiring story of Milton S. Hershey, who worked so hard to bring happiness to thousands of orphans.
4x33 Cadet Poe (June 12, 1955)
4x32 The Tempering of the Sword (June 05, 1955)
The story of Baron Friedrich Wilhelm Von Steuben, founder of the American military system, who trained troops in the American Revolution.
4x31 The Story of Paul Harris and the Founding of Rotary International (May 29, 1955)
Tribute to Rotary International in commemoration of its golden anniversary. Includes speech by then Rotary president Herbert J. Taylor.
4x30 The Man With a Camera (May 22, 1955)
Story of George Eastman, and his development of the first camera to use film.
4x29 The Promise (May 15, 1955)
A dramatization of the legend of Damon and Pythias.
4x28 Cradle Song (April 08, 1955)
4x27 The Touch of Steel (May 01, 1955)
The story of young army officer and law student Oliver Wendell Holmes, Jr., 60th justice of the United States Supreme Court.
4x26 The Man Who Tore Down the Wall (April 17, 1955)
Story from 1910 of Dr. James Ewing, who fought to break down the barriers erected against the investigation and treatment of cancer, and who almost single-handedly founded the Memorial Cancer Center in New York City.
4x25 Lydia (February 07, 1955)
Story of the pagan Greek Lydia, who lived in ancient Rome and saved the life of the Apostle Paul.
4x24 The Green Mountain Boys (April 03, 1955)
The story of Ethan Allen and the Green Mountain boys.
4x23 The Finest Gift (March 27, 1955)
The story of Lord Byron's efforts to liberate Greece.
4x22 Soldier's Bride (March 20, 1955)
Story of the love between Knox Taylor (daughter of Colonel Zachary Taylor) and Jefferson Davis.
4x21 The Pirate and the Lawyer (March 13, 1955)
4x20 The Adventures of Lt. Contee (March 06, 1955)
Tribute to one of Commodore Perry's officers, whose personal efforts helped open Japan to foreign trade.
4x19 The Talking Wire (February 27, 1955)
The story of Alexander Graham Bell and experiments that led to the electric hearing aid, and then the telephone.
4x18 Martha Custis Washington (February 20, 1955)
The courtship of George Washington and Martha Custis, a widowed mother of two.
4x17 The Shining Beacon (February 13, 1955)
Tale of Alcuin, the great educator who taught Charlemagne to read and write.
4x16 Patrick Henry (February 06, 1955)
Silver-tongued Patrick Henry studied law for only six weeks, but so impressed the board that they passed him. He was a successful Southern backwoods lawyer and reluctant to enter the Virginia House of Burgesses until the British introduced the Stamp Act.
4x15 A Story About Henry Ford (January 30, 1955)
4x14 Dr. Harvey W. Wiley (January 23, 1955)
4x13 Crusade for Freedom (January 16, 1955)
In the name of his brother, the editor of a Boston newspaper, Benjamin Franklin launches a crusade against Cotton Mather.
4x12 The First Mintmaster (January 09, 1955)
Story of John Hull, first mintmaster of Massachusetts Bay Colony, who was appointed to the post in 1650 as the culmination of his efforts to abolish barter and foreign coinage in favor of a stabilized currency.