This is a list of the Hallmark Hall of Fame movies from 1990 to 1999. 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 '90s includes film adaptations of books such as Decoration Day, Saint Maybe, and The Echo of Thunder. Many Hallmark Hall of Fame films from the 1990s and their casts won and were nominated for awards. The Piano Lesson earned several Emmy Award nominations and Joanne Woodward won a Golden Globe Award for her performance in Breathing Lessons. The '90s also brought three different Hallmark Hall of Fame adaptations of the Sarah, Plain and Tall book trilogy. Glenn Close plays the titular Sarah in all three films and Christopher Walken portrays Sarah's husband. The first film of the series was nominated for nine Emmys, and Glenn Close was nominated for her portrayal of Sarah in the second film.
Check out what other HHoF movies came out between 1990 and 1999 and vote up the best Hallmark Hall of Fame films from the '90s.
A Season for MiraclesCarla Gugino, Kathy Baker
Directed by: Michael Pressman
Directed by: Glenn JordanA four-character drama set in 1910 Kansas, which revolves around a withdrawn, widowed father,... more on Wikipedia
The Love LetterJennifer Jason Leigh, Estelle Parsons
Directed by: Dan CurtisAdaptation of the science fiction short story by Jack Finney: Scotty Corrigan, an engaged... more on Wikipedia
Directed by: Glenn JordanSarah, Plain and Tall: Winter's End is the third of three television films based on the... more on Wikipedia
Directed by: John GrayThe compassion of a divorced pediatric nurse leads her to become foster mother to an... more on Wikipedia
Directed by: John Kent HarrisonA boy en route to a quiet Georgia town with his mother is taken in by two employees of the... more on Wikipedia
Directed by: Joseph SargentSkylark is a sequel to the film Sarah, Plain and Tall. It was followed by another sequel,... more on Wikipedia
Saint MaybeBlythe Danner, Edward Herrmann
Directed by: Michael Pressman
Directed by: Robert MarkowitzDecoration Day is a 1990 film based on a novel by John William Corrington of the same title.... more on Wikipedia
Directed by: Lloyd RichardsThe Piano Lesson was presented by Hallmark Hall of Fame.
Directed by: Joseph SargentAdaptation of the novel Father's Arcane Daughter by E.L. Konigsburg. Fourteen years after... more on Wikipedia
Ellen FosterAmanda Peet, Timothy Olyphant
Directed by: John ErmanEllen Foster is a film directed by John Erman released on Dec 14, 1997.
Directed by: Joseph SargentAdaptation of the stage play ""A Shayna Maidel"" by Barbara Lebow. She fled Poland with her... more on Wikipedia
Directed by: Christopher CainAdaptation of the novel ""For the Roses"" by Julie Garwood. A group of New York orphans adopt... more on Wikipedia
Directed by: Jack GoldThe Return of the Native is a 1994 film directed by Jack Gold.
Directed by: John Brahm, Bretaigne WindustFace to Face is an anthology film adapted from the stories "The Secret Sharer" by Joseph... more on Wikipedia
Directed by: Michael Toshiyuki UnoBlind Spot is a 1993 drama film directed by Michael Toshiyuki Uno.
Directed by: Arthur Allan SeidelmanA close-knit Amish farming community in Iowa is plagued by a series of barn burnings. These... more on Wikipedia
Directed by: Glenn JordanAdaptation of the book by Terry Kay. Robert Samuel (""Mr. Sam"") Peek, a sagacious and...
Shadow of a DoubtTippi Hedren, Mark Harmon
Directed by: Karen ArthurShadow of a Doubt is a 1991 thriller film directed by Karen Arthur.
Directed by: Simon WincerThe Echo of Thunder is an Australian family drama movie, released for television in 1998. It... more on Wikipedia
Calm at SunsetMichael Moriarty, Peter Facinelli
Directed by: Daniel Petrie
Directed by: Arthur Allan SeidelmanAdaptation of the stage play by Tom Ziegler. Down-to-earth widow Grace reluctantly agrees to...
The Summer of Ben TylerJames Woods, Elizabeth McGovern
Directed by: Arthur Allan SeidelmanThe Summer of Ben Tyler is a 1996 comedy film directed by Arthur Allan Seidelman.
Directed by: John ErmanAdaptation of the stage play by Tom Griffin about about four mentally challenged housemates.... more on Wikipedia