A long while back (February I think), I put together a list on Silver Petticoat of 15 favorite Hallmark Channel films. This week I had the chance to talk about more of Hallmark’s with the Hallmark Hall of Fame films to watch. Fifteen is, perhaps, a slim number when considering the titles amassed in the collection. However among these is something for everyone. There’s romantic dramas; true stories; costume dramas and good old-fashioned entertainment, all of which lends its focus on inspiration and wholesome storytelling.15 Hallmark Hall of Fame Movies to Watch #FWarchives Click To Tweet
I shared some of the films I’ve enjoyed, for a multitude of reasons. Since I am not getting my blogging act together this week, sharing this seemed a good idea. (Plus, I don’t mind taking opportunity to talk about Hallmark productions twice.) Should you like to see the list in full, you can find it down below.
In addition to their more commercial Hallmark Channel principal (an entity that has tripled in the few years – I’ve followed its growth), the Hallmark brand first began producing films (some sixty plus years ago) under the “Hall of Fame” branding. In fact, way back on a December’s eve in 1951, their very first film, which [happens] to be an opera, [did air]. Those films once upon a time [had] a home on CBS channels before jumping to ABC for a brief stint and now, as of 2014, they too are housed under the Hallmark Channel umbrella. In those years, they have produced beautiful originals based on true stories or re-tooled classics for the 21st century, all colorfully brought alive by some amazing talent. In addition to that, they’ve stacked up 81 Emmy Awards and strive to present “original films that entertain, enlighten and inspire.” Having seen many of their productions, I can attest to the truth of this statement. Continue Reading →
Which Hallmark Hall of Fame dramas are among your favorites?