Hallmark Hall of Fame Movies: A-Z

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    Based on the John Grisham novel inspired by his youth, 10-year-old Luke (Logan Lerman) lives an idyllic life on an Arkansas farm with his father (Robert Sean Leonard) and grandfather (Scott Glenn) until he witnesses a brutal crime.

    • Runtime: 1 hr 38 min
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    Based on Charles Dickens' classic, two identical men (both played by Chris Sarandon) - one from England and one from France - fall for the same woman during the height of the French Revolution.

    • Runtime: 2 hr 36 min
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    When a family of swans make their home on the Peterson farm, it sets up a clash between single dad Jack (Jason Lee) and Ginny (Minka Kelly), the plucky ornithologist who comes to protect the birds.

    • Runtime: 1 hr 37 min
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    Rebecca (Blythe Danner) is a widowed grandmother in her 50s who suddenly feels that she doesn't like the person she's become, so she decides to remake herself and reconnect with a long-lost love.

    • Runtime: 1 hr 38 min
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    A young teacher (Emily VanCamp) is determined to transform a makeshift homeless shelter classroom into a warm environment where impoverished children can gain knowledge and self-respect.

    • Runtime: 1 hr 37 min
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    Cornelia (Glenn Close) is an eccentric teacher who confides in her coworker Richard (Thomas Gibson) a deep secret: she possesses a priceless painting from the great artist Vermeer that has been passed down for three centuries.

    • Runtime: 1 hr 40 min
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    Dee Dee (Alicia Silverstone), a single mother harboring a secret, returns to her hometown with her 11-year-old son, causing tensions between her old high-school sweetheart and his current wife.

    • Runtime: 1 hr 37 min
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    Based on a true story: Bruce Murakami (Dean Cain) is devastated when he loses his wife and daughter in a car accident, but when the teenage driver responsible goes to court, Bruce tries to channel his pain into a positive change.

    • Runtime: 1 hr 34 min
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    After tossing coins in a special fountain, Natalie (Katherine McPhee) and Nick (Mike Vogel) begin to dream of each other. Now they have seven days to find each other and make their wishes come true.

    • Runtime: 1 hr 34 min
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    Natalie (Gloria Reuben), a successful family court judge, reconnects with her estranged father John (Ving Rhames) after his health starts to fail, only to discover he's been raising the child she gave up for adoption twelve years earlier.

    • Runtime: 1 hr 38 min
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    When Leah (Lauren Ambrose), a young Orthodox Jewish woman, is widowed by her rabbi husband, an old religious law dictates she must either denounce him, or marry his younger brother, Jake (Adam Kaufman).

    • Runtime: 1 hr 37 min
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    Determined to bring some joy to his sick 8-year-old daughter, a desperate father (John Corbett) enlists the help of his caring neighbor (Sam Elliott) to make the holidays happen sooner.

    • Runtime: 1 hr 34 min
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    12-year-old Hollis Woods finally finds a foster home she likes when she moves in with retired teacher Josie Cahill (Sissy Spacek), but when Josie begins exhibiting signs of Alzheimer's Disease, Hollis fears their days together may be numbered.

    • Runtime: 1 hr 36 min
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    A high school history teacher (Aidan Quinn) faced with raising his two young sons alone in a small Colorado town finds his life becoming intertwined with a pregnant 17-year-old student (America Ferrera).

    • Runtime: 1 hr 45 min
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    Molly (Alexis Bledel), a lonely waitress, meets the handsome, quirky Gus (Zachary Levi), only to find out that after a brain aneurysm he is incapable of forming any new memories.

    • Runtime: 1 hr 37 min
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    A New York fashion photographer (Andie MacDowell) returns home to be with her mentally challenged sister (Rosie O'Donnell) after the death of their father and finds she has much to learn about life and love.

    • Runtime: 1 hr 38 min
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    Facing the end of his life, Declan returns to the seaside Irish village of his youth to spend his last days with his grandmother (Angela Lansbury), mother (Dianne Wiest), and sister (Gina McKee).

    • Runtime: 1 hr 37 min
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    Distraught by the death of his mother, a young man takes a job at a nursing home and begins an unexpected, life-changing friendship with one of the patients (Vanessa Redgrave).

    • Runtime: 1 hr 39 min
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    Susan (Jennifer Love Hewitt), a TV journalist, learns the story of Caroline (Betty White), a widowed woman who lost her husband in WWII and still makes a yearly pilgrimage to honor his sacrifice.

    • Runtime: 1 hr 36 min
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    After becoming pregnant out of wedlock in the 1940s, a young woman (Keri Russell) is thrown out of the house and forced into an arranged marriage with a lonely farmer (Skeet Ulrich).

    • Runtime: 1 hr 39 min
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    When Hannah (Julia Stiles), an uptight congressional candidate, fails to connect with voters, she coaches Elliot (David Walton), a likable delivery guy, to be her political pawn.

    • Runtime: 1 hr 36 min
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    Still racked with guilt over a past tragedy, Sarah Russell (Amber Tamblyn), a college graduate and medical school hopeful, returns home to confront the past.

    • Runtime: 1 hr 24 min
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    Noah Locke (Chris Klein), a veteran of World War II, wanders the rural roads of North Carolina in search of a place to belong and develops a close bond with Eleanor (Gretchen Mol), a young widow.

    • Runtime: 1 hr 37 min
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    A young teacher (Jeff Hephner) is determined to bring education and inspiration to an impoverished African-American community in 1960s South Carolina, based on the memoir by Pat Conroy.

    • Runtime: 1 hr 41 min
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    Based on the true story of the troubled, yet enduring love of Alcoholics Anonymous co-founder Bill Wilson (Barry Pepper) and his wife, Lois (Winona Ryder), who co-founded Al-Anon for families of alcoholics in 1951.

    • Runtime: 1 hr 36 min