Hallmark Hall Of Fame

Season 60 Episode 2

The Lost Valentine

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Aired Sunday 9:00 PM Jan 30, 2011 on CBS
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After the death of her beloved husband Neil in World War II, Caroline Thomas marks the anniversary of the day they said goodbye forever, Valentine's Day, with a pilgrimage to Union Station to salute the memory of their time together. A journalist writing Caroline's story investigates the circumstances of the death of the fallen soldier and falls in love herself, with Caroline and Neil's grandson Lucas.

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  • This is one of the best Hallmark movies out there. Betty White and Jennifer Love Hewitt are awesome together!

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    This is one of the best Hallmark movies out there. I purchased my DVD at http://www.annscardsandgifts.com/dvd_the_lost_valentine.php



    The Lost Valentine is a Hallmark Hall Of Fame movie based on the novel by James Michael Pratt. The Lost Valentine stars Jennifer Love Hewitt as a reporter who profiles a woman (played by Betty White) whose husband was declared missing in action during World War II.News reporter Susan Allison is looking for the perfect story about true love, though she doubts where such a thing really exists. Neil Thomas, Jr. wants the world to know about his parents bittersweet love story: On February 14, 1944, Caroline Thomas said good-bye to her beloved husband, a Navy pilot sent to the Pacific. For fifty years, she waited for him until a miracle happened, and she received his lost valentine. In the present day, when Susan and Neil meet, can the story of Neil's parents bring them together in a love as powerful as she dreams of and he remembers?

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Betty White

Betty White

Caroline Thomas

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Sean Faris

Sean Faris

Lucas

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Gil Gerard

Gil Gerard

Neil Thomas Jr.

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