Hallmark Hall Of Fame

Season 7 Episode 5

Little Moon of Alban

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Aired Sunday 9:00 PM Mar 24, 1958 on CBS
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Little Moon of Alban
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Bridgid Mary Mangan is in love with a Republican would-be gunman, Dennis in 1919 Ireland. Dennis gets his wish soon enough and gets shot by the English, leaving Bridgid Mary no choice but to join a religious nursing order of quasi-nuns. She nurses back to physical and spiritual health the young English lieutenant, Kenneth Boyd, who shot her young love. Kenneth has fallen in love with Bridigd and says that hee will wait for her if she would care to marry him.moreless

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    Dirk Bogarde

    Dirk Bogarde

    Kenneth Boyd

    Guest Star

    Alan Webb

    Alan Webb

    Dr. Clive

    Guest Star

    Liam Redmond

    Liam Redmond

    Father Curran

    Guest Star

    Julie Harris (I)

    Julie Harris (I)

    Brigid Mary

    Recurring Role

    Norman Barrs

    Norman Barrs

    English Officer

    Recurring Role

    Mildred Trares

    Mildred Trares

    Sister Barbara

    Recurring Role

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      • The Hallmark hall of fame's first original full-length play was James Costigan's moving drama set in Dublin in 1919, in the midst of the Irish Rebellion of 1916-21. Brigid Mary, a naive young Irish nurse struggling to regain her faith following the deaths of her father, brother, and lover at the hands of the hated British. Christopher Plummer, who appeared in six Hall of fame productions over the years, co-stars as Kenneth Boyd, a cynical, gravely wounded British officer. Winner of four Emmys plus a Peabody Award, The Little Moon of Alban was restaged for a second Hallmark broadcast in 1964, with Ms. Harris reprising her role as Brigid and featuring Dirk Bogarde as Kenneth Boyd.

        Won, Best Special Dramatic Program, One Hour or Longer Won, George Schaefer, Best Direction of a Single Dramatic Program, One Hour or Longer Won, James Costigan, Best Writing of a Single Dramatic Program, One Hour or Longer Won, Julie Harris, Best Single Performance By an Actress.

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