This is a list of the Hallmark Hall of Fame movies from 1980 to 1989. The Hallmark Hall of Fame series is a film anthology program that began in 1951 and bounced between different channels until the Hallmark Channel was created and it settled there. Hallmark Hall of Fame movies are some of the best TV movies out there, with production values that rival that of feature films and casts full of big-name stars.
The Hallmark Hall of Fame movies from the '80s includes several film adaptations of classic literature books such as A Tale of Two Cities, Hunchback of Notre Dame, The Corsican Brothers, and The Secret Garden. Several Hallmark Hall of Fame films from the 1980s and their casts swept the award nominations. My Name Is Bill W, a film about the founders of Alcoholics Anonymous, was nominated for seven Emmy Awards and James Woods won an Emmy for his work in the lead role. The film also earned two Golden Globe nominations.
Check out what other HHoF movies came out between 1980 and 1989 and vote up the best Hallmark Hall of Fame films from the '80s.