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The Awakening Land

Synopsis

We have produced a Style Guide to help editors follow a standard format when editing a listing. If you are unsure how best to edit this programme please take a moment to read it.
A three-part screen version of CONRAD RICHTER 'S
Pulitzer Prize-winning novel starring
Elizabeth Montgomery Hal Halbrook
Part 2: The Fields
With her father away for long periods on trading trips, Sayward Luckett , now married to Portius Wheeler , is the head of the family. More people have settled in the area and when Sayward gives a piece of Luckett land for a school, she starts a chain of events that almost destroys her marriage.
Teleplay by JAMES LEE BARRETT Produced by ROBERT E. RELYEA Directed by BORIS SAGAL
(Part 3 next Friday on BBC1)

Contributors

Unknown: Conrad Richter
Unknown: Elizabeth Montgomery
Unknown: Hal Halbrook
Unknown: Sayward Luckett
Unknown: Portius Wheeler
Unknown: James Lee Barrett
Produced By: Robert E. Relyea
Directed By: Boris Sagal
Sayward Wheeler: Elizabeth Montgomery
Portius Wheeler: Hal Halbrook
Genny Luckett: Jane Seymour
Jake Tench: Steven Keats
Worth Luckett: Tony Mockus
Mistress Bartram: Dorrie Kavanaugh
Achsa Luckett: Derin Altay
Isaac Barker: Bert Remsen
Will Beagle W: H MacY
Resolve Wheeler: Sean Frye
Kinzie Wheeler: Johnny Timko
Huldah Wheeler: Pia Romans
Sulie Wheeler: Theresa Landreth
George Roebuck: Art Kassul
Mathias Cottle: Bernie Kuby

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