Megan Follows is “Anne of Green Gables” in this two-part adaptation of Lucy Maud Montgomery's classic. In Part 1, Marilla Cuthbert and her brother decide to adopt an orphan boy to help with chores, but instead receive Anne---a redheaded girl with a vivid imagination. Matthew: Richard Farnsworth. Rachel Lynde: Patricia Hamilton.
In "Anne of Green Gables---The Sequel," the redheaded orphan is now a teacher; her friend Diana (Schuyler Grant) is getting married; and Gilbert Blythe (Jonathan Crombie) desires to do the same. Rachel Lynde: Patricia Hamilton. Miss Stacey: Marilyn Lightstone. Mrs. Harris: Wendy Hiller. Morgan Harris: Frank Converse.
Megan Follows is "Anne of Green Gables" in this four-part dramatization. In Part 1, Marilla Cuthbert and her brother decide to adopt an orphan boy to help with farm chores---but instead, they receive Anne. Matthew: Richard Farnsworth. Rachel Lynde: Patricia Hamilton. Matilda Blewett: Samantha Langevin. Mrs. Hammond: Jayne Eastwood.
"The Boy Who Never Was" is an African ambassador's son, who tries to thwart a plot to assassinate his country's president. Salu/Ubu: Gordon Hagen. Charlie: Paul Alantis. Nobby: Christian Bullock. Ngalo: Eddie Tagoe. Awudu: Robert La Bassiere.
“Buster's World,” a Danish program about a boy (Mads Bugge Andersen) who fancies himself a magician, but is considered by most to be a troublemaker. Ingeborg: Katarina Stenbeck. Joanna: Signe Dahl Madsen. Mother: Katia Miehe-Renard.
"The Fire in the Stone," a tale about a miner's 14-year-old son who makes a lucrative opal strike---and plans to use the earnings to reunite his separated parents. Willie: Andrew Gaston. Sophie: Linda Hartley. Father: Alan Cassell.
"Golden Pennies," a two-part drama about a British family searching for gold in 1850s Australia. In Part 1, Luke Greenwood and his family are robbed by bushrangers working for the town's crooked storekeeper (Gerard Kennedy). Rebecca: Carol Drinkwater. Jack: Tibbi Karman. Lucy: Michaela Abay. Cleopatre: Cindy Unkauf.
In the conclusion of "Golden Pennies," Jack and the other children set off to find gold and catch the bushrangers; and Luke (Bryan Marshall) is threatened by his past. Rebecca: Carol Drinkwater. Lucy: Michaela Abay. Lovejoy: Gerard Kennedy.
"The House of Dies Drear," conclusion. Walter and Thomas (Howard E. Rollins Jr., Shavar Ross) believe that Pluto is responsible for a series of bizarre incidents in their home. Pluto: Joe Seneca. Mayhew: Clarence Williams III.
For klutzy Milo Crimpley, everything that can go wrong does. In desperation, Milo enrolls in eccentric Dr. Silverfish's course "How to Be a Perfect Person in Just Three Days." Silverfish: Wallace Shawn. Jenny: Sarah Boyd. Mrs. Crimpley: Kate McGregor-Stewart.
A fact-inspired story about "The Mighty Pawns," an unlikely chess team from an inner-city junior-high school. Steve Grenowski: Terence Knox. Lucy: Desreta Jackson. Frank Robinson: Alfonso Ribeiro. Miles: Theo Forsett.
In "Miracle at Moreaux," Loretta Swit portrays a nun who aids three Jewish children in occupied France during World War II despite pressures from the Nazis. Daniel: Robert Kosoy. Anna: Marsha Moreau. Sabine: Talya Rubin. Major Braun: Robert Joy.
In the conclusion of "Prince Caspian and the Voyage of the Dawn Treader," the prince meets a princess (Gabrielle Anwar) in the search for the lost lords. Lucy: Sophie Wilcox. Edmund: Jonathan Scott. Eustace: David Thwaites. Ramandu: Geoffrey Bayldon.
"Princess Kate," a two-part tale about a 14-year-old who learns she's adopted. In Part 1, Kate sets out to find her biological mother. Anne: Lyndel Rowe. Bob: Alan Cassel. Gran: Myra Noblet. Robbie: Shane Tickner. Sarah: Mouche Phillips.
Conclusion. "Princess Kate" arrives at the home of her biological mother (Lorna Lesley) and befriends her half sister (Rebekah Elmaloglou). Greg: Martin Sacks. Anne: Lyndel Rowe. Bob: Alan Cassel. Gran: Myra Noblet. Robbie: Shane Tickner.
A hang-gliding adventure becomes a "Quest Beyond Time" when a young man is mysteriously transported to the year 2457, where he meets survivors of "the fire war." Filmed in Australia. Katrin: Rebecca Rigg. Simon: Tim Elliott. Fergus: Roger Ward. Woodcat: Marco Colombani.
"Tail of the Tiger," about a boy whose dream of flying appears permanently grounded until he meets an old man (Gordon Poole) who owns a broken-down fighter plane. Spike: Peter Feeley. Beryl: Gayle Kennedy. Lydia: Caz Lederman.
In "Taking Care of Terrific," a teenage baby sitter and her friends plan a special event for some homeless people. Hawk: Melvin Van Peebles. Joshua: Benjamin Barrett. Mrs. Forbes: Jackie Burroughs. Mrs. Crowley: Deborah Grover. Mr. Crowley: Dave Nichols. Seth: Zach Ward.
A British drama profiling "Young Charlie Chaplin" (Joe Geary). The comic's life is chronicled from the time his father (Ian McShane) abandons his family to the youth's realization that he has a knack for comedy. Sydney: Lee Whitlock. Hannah: Twiggy. Karno: Kevin Lloyd. Weldon: Paul Mark Elliott.
"All Summer in a Day," a tale about children (Reesa Mallen, Keith Mitchell) living on a planet where the sun rarely shines; "Danny's Egg," about a boy (Ken Talbot) who becomes the surrogate parent of an emu egg. Billy: Kerry Wald. Teacher: Jeff Truman.