Hallmark Hall Of Fame

Season 15 Episode 2

Inherit the Wind

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Aired Sunday 9:00 PM Nov 18, 1965 on CBS
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Inherit the Wind
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A young man, Bert Cates, is arrested in a small Bible Belt town for teaching the theory of Evolution in the public school. Two of the finest legal minds in the U.S. are called to the trial: Henry Drummond for the defense, and Matthew Harrison Brady for the prosecution. The trial proceeds on three levels, the guilt or innocence of Cates, the issue of the Bible vs. Darwin, and finally, the personal confrontation between Drummond and Brady.moreless

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    Ed Begley

    Ed Begley

    Matthew Harrison Brady

    Guest Star

    Diane Baker

    Diane Baker

    Rachel Brown

    Guest Star

    Burt Brinckerhoff

    Burt Brinckerhoff

    Bert Cates

    Guest Star

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      • Hallmark Hall of Fame aired "Amahl and the Night Visitors" on Decemeber 12, 1965. This was the sixteenth presentation of the story of a lame boy who is miraculously cured when he offers his crutch as a gift to the "Child" during the visit of three kings.

        Produced by Samuel Chotzin
        Written by Gian-Carlo Menotti
        Directed by Kirk Browning
        starring
        Kurt Yaghjian ........ Amahl
        Martha King .......... Mother
        John McCollum ........ King Kaspar
        Richard Cross ........ King Melchior
        Willis Patterson ..... King Balthazar
        Julian Patrick ....... Page

      • Based on the Tennesee "Monkey Trial" - the Scopes Case.

      • Melvyn Douglas and Ed Begley repeat their stage roles as attorneys for defense and prosecution respectively.

      • George Schaefer was nominated for an Emmy in directing for this program.

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