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Two-disc set includes: After The Glory (1992)After a handful of GIs returned to their small Texas hometown after their WWII service to find it in the grip of a corruption-ridden local government, they would back up their stunned and angry response with armed rebellion. Fact-inspired "Hallmark Hall of Fame" production stars Brad Johnson, Tom Sizemore, Kathleen Quinlan, Patricia Clarkson, Lisa Blount. AKA: "An American Story." 94 min. C/Rtg: PG The Piano Lesson (1995)This stunning production of August Wilson's Pulitzer Prize-winning play stars Charles S. Dutton as a ne'er-do-well from Mississippi who travels to Pittsburgh in 1936 to persuade his sister to let him sell a family heirloom-a piano-in order to buy land his slave ancestors once lived on. Alfre Woodard, Carl Gordon and Courtney B. Vance also star. 120 min. C/Rtg: NR Rose Hill (1997)A group of orphans and the abandoned baby they save must become a makeshift family and survive in the American frontier of the 19th century in this compelling "Hallmark Hall of Fame" drama. Jennifer Garner, Jeffrey Sams, Zak Orth, and Casey Siemaszko star. 98 min. C/Rtg: NR Grace & Glorie (1998)Spurred by tragedy to abandon career in Manhattan for life in the rural South, Gloria Greenwood (Diane Lane) opted for employment as a hospice worker. After aging, terminally ill neighbor Grace Stiles (Gena Rowlands) opted for at-home care, the two found themselves forging a remarkable bond, in this tender "Hallmark Hall of Fame" offering. Neal McDonough, Emmy Rossum, Viola Davis, David Emerson co-star.98 min. C/Rtg: PG Cupid & Cate (2000)In this "Hallmark Hall of Fame" production, Mary-Louise Parker is Cate, a young woman about to marry her boring fiancé, but whose life is changed when her sister introduces her to witty, wise and endearing Harry (Peter Gallagher). They hit it off, but soon they face several hurdles, including Cate's tough father (Philip Bosco) and disease. With Bebe Neuwirth and Brenda Fricker. 98 min. C/Rtg: NR Follow The Stars Home (2001)Diane Parker (Kimberly Williams-Paisley) marries love-of-her-life Mark McCune (Eric Close), only to have him leave her when they learn that their first child will be born with birth defects. However, with the help of brother-in-law David (Campbell Scott) (who is secretly in love with her) and her mother, Diane becomes determined to raise the child on her own in this moving "Hallmark Hall of Fame" drama. 98 min. C/Rtg: NR Widescreen; Soundtrack: English.
Two-disc set includes: After The Glory (1992)After a handful of GIs returned to their small Texas hometown after their WWII service to find it in the grip of a corruption-ridden local government, they would back up their stunned and angry response with armed rebellion. Fact-inspired "Hallmark Hall of Fame" production stars Brad Johnson, Tom Sizemore, Kathleen Quinlan, Patricia Clarkson, Lisa Blount. AKA: "An American Story." 94 min. C/Rtg: PG The Piano Lesson (1995)This stunning production of August Wilson's Pulitzer Prize-winning play stars Charles S. Dutton as a ne'er-do-well from Mississippi who travels to Pittsburgh in 1936 to persuade his sister to let him sell a family heirloom-a piano-in order to buy land his slave ancestors once lived on. Alfre Woodard, Carl Gordon and Courtney B. Vance also star. 120 min. C/Rtg: NR Rose Hill (1997)A group of orphans and the abandoned baby they save must become a makeshift family and survive in the American frontier of the 19th century in this compelling "Hallmark Hall of Fame" drama. Jennifer Garner, Jeffrey Sams, Zak Orth, and Casey Siemaszko star. 98 min. C/Rtg: NR Grace & Glorie (1998)Spurred by tragedy to abandon career in Manhattan for life in the rural South, Gloria Greenwood (Diane Lane) opted for employment as a hospice worker. After aging, terminally ill neighbor Grace Stiles (Gena Rowlands) opted for at-home care, the two found themselves forging a remarkable bond, in this tender "Hallmark Hall of Fame" offering. Neal McDonough, Emmy Rossum, Viola Davis, David Emerson co-star.98 min. C/Rtg: PG Cupid & Cate (2000)In this "Hallmark Hall of Fame" production, Mary-Louise Parker is Cate, a young woman about to marry her boring fiancé, but whose life is changed when her sister introduces her to witty, wise and endearing Harry (Peter Gallagher). They hit it off, but soon they face several hurdles, including Cate's tough father (Philip Bosco) and disease. With Bebe Neuwirth and Brenda Fricker. 98 min. C/Rtg: NR Follow The Stars Home (2001)Diane Parker (Kimberly Williams-Paisley) marries love-of-her-life Mark McCune (Eric Close), only to have him leave her when they learn that their first child will be born with birth defects. However, with the help of brother-in-law David (Campbell Scott) (who is secretly in love with her) and her mother, Diane becomes determined to raise the child on her own in this moving "Hallmark Hall of Fame" drama. 98 min. C/Rtg: NR Widescreen; Soundtrack: English.
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Rel. Date: 08/29/2023
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Two-disc set includes: After The Glory (1992)After a handful of GIs returned to their small Texas hometown after their WWII service to find it in the grip of a corruption-ridden local government, they would back up their stunned and angry response with armed rebellion. Fact-inspired "Hallmark Hall of Fame" production stars Brad Johnson, Tom Sizemore, Kathleen Quinlan, Patricia Clarkson, Lisa Blount. AKA: "An American Story." 94 min. C/Rtg: PG The Piano Lesson (1995)This stunning production of August Wilson's Pulitzer Prize-winning play stars Charles S. Dutton as a ne'er-do-well from Mississippi who travels to Pittsburgh in 1936 to persuade his sister to let him sell a family heirloom-a piano-in order to buy land his slave ancestors once lived on. Alfre Woodard, Carl Gordon and Courtney B. Vance also star. 120 min. C/Rtg: NR Rose Hill (1997)A group of orphans and the abandoned baby they save must become a makeshift family and survive in the American frontier of the 19th century in this compelling "Hallmark Hall of Fame" drama. Jennifer Garner, Jeffrey Sams, Zak Orth, and Casey Siemaszko star. 98 min. C/Rtg: NR Grace & Glorie (1998)Spurred by tragedy to abandon career in Manhattan for life in the rural South, Gloria Greenwood (Diane Lane) opted for employment as a hospice worker. After aging, terminally ill neighbor Grace Stiles (Gena Rowlands) opted for at-home care, the two found themselves forging a remarkable bond, in this tender "Hallmark Hall of Fame" offering. Neal McDonough, Emmy Rossum, Viola Davis, David Emerson co-star.98 min. C/Rtg: PG Cupid & Cate (2000)In this "Hallmark Hall of Fame" production, Mary-Louise Parker is Cate, a young woman about to marry her boring fiancé, but whose life is changed when her sister introduces her to witty, wise and endearing Harry (Peter Gallagher). They hit it off, but soon they face several hurdles, including Cate's tough father (Philip Bosco) and disease. With Bebe Neuwirth and Brenda Fricker. 98 min. C/Rtg: NR Follow The Stars Home (2001)Diane Parker (Kimberly Williams-Paisley) marries love-of-her-life Mark McCune (Eric Close), only to have him leave her when they learn that their first child will be born with birth defects. However, with the help of brother-in-law David (Campbell Scott) (who is secretly in love with her) and her mother, Diane becomes determined to raise the child on her own in this moving "Hallmark Hall of Fame" drama. 98 min. C/Rtg: NR Widescreen; Soundtrack: English.
        
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