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This set of three Hallmark Hall of Fame films inspired by the book Sarah, Plain and Tall by Patricia MacLachlan is a treasure for every family. Join Sarah as she leads her new family through the trials of mother nature and helps them heal the scars of the past. This turn-of-the-century saga will enrich your family's lives for years to come. Includes the films Sarah, Plain and Tall; Skylark and Winter's End.
Stars: Glenn Close, Christopher Walken, Lexi Randall, Christopher Bell, Margaret Sophie Stein, Jon de Vries, and Jack Palance
Features: "Making of" featurettes, behind-the-scenes interviews, biographies, credits and production stories; full-screen versions; closed captioned
Running Time: Each DVD approximately 110 minutes
Sarah Plain and Tall
The first of the Sarah trilogy, and one of the most celebrated Hallmark Hall of Fame films, Sarah, Plain and Tall is a timeless classic every family will enjoy! Answering an advertisement for a mail-order bride, Sarah Wheaton travels from Maine to the prairies of Kansas in the hopes of making a difference in the lives of a widower and his two motherless children. Sarah takes to the duties of caring for the Witting family with steadfast devotion and earnest compassion. But, can she teach the children and their father, Jacob, that life and love do go on?
In this best-selling Hallmark Hall of Fame film, Glenn Close and Christopher Walken return to their roles as Sarah and Jacob Witting. It is 1912, two years after Sarah joined Jacob Witting and his two children as a mail-order bride. When drought and fire threaten their Kansas home, and a separation tests the family's strength, the Wittings learn that home is not four walls or a stretch of land, but a place in the heart. An endearing story of love, sacrifice and family.
The third and final installment of the Sarah, Plain and Tall trilogy, Winter's End is a touching film that teaches us all the value of family. After 30 years, Jacob Witting's father, played by Jack Palance, returns to the Witting family home. Can Jacob forgive his father for abandoning him so many years ago? Once again, Sarah must guide the Wittings through a trial that only the love of family will enable them to endure.
Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only.)