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1) Who played the ti­tle role in the three “Sarah, Plain and Tall” movies?

2) Who earned the first Emmy to go to a Hall of Fame pre­sen­ta­tion for her 1954 per­for­mance as Lady Macbeth?

3) Filmed on lo­ca­tion in Scot­land, a 1960 Hall of Fame adap­ta­tion of which Shake­speare play is con­sid­ered the first made­for-TV movie?

4) Hall­mark Hall of Fame failed to per­suade stage leg­ends Al­fred Lunt and Lynn Fon­tanne to star in “Love Among the Ru­ins,” so the se­ries “made do” with what other pair of ac­tors?

5) What rock star played Pinoc­chio for Hall­mark Hall of Fame in 1968?

6) What fa­mous hus­band and wife teamed for both “Fox­fire” and “To Dance With the White Dog”?

7) What two-time Os­car win­ner had the ti­tle role in 1964’s “Abe Lin­coln in Illi­nois”?

8) Hall­mark Hall of Fame pre­miered on Christ­mas Eve 1951 with an opera about a lame shep­herd boy who ex­pe­ri­ences a Christ­mas mir­a­cle. What was its ti­tle?

9) Two su­perb ac­tors teamed up for both “My Name Is Bill W.” and “Prom­ise,” among the most ac­claimed of­fer­ings in the Hall­mark Hall of Fame se­ries. Can you name them?

10) Name the most-watched Hall­mark Hall of Fame pre­sen­ta­tion ever, which starred Matthew Mo­dine as a young man who feigned deaf­ness.

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