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Aunt Mary

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(CBS, 12/5/1979, 120 mins). The heartwarming true-life Hallmark Hall of Fame drama about a handicapped Baltimore woman living on welfare who organized a sandlot baseball team and ended up coaching more than 50,000 boys and girls over nearly 40 years.

Production Company Henry Jaffe Enterprises. Director Peter Werner. Executive Producers Ellis A. Cohen, Henry Jaffe. Producer Michael Jaffe. Teleplay Burt Prelutsky. Based on a Story by Ellis A. Cohen. Photography Hugh K. Gagnier. Music Arthur B. Rubinstein. Editor John Farrell. Art Director James G. Hulsey.

Cast Jean Stapleton (Aunt Mary Dobkin), Martin Balsam (Harry Strasberg), Harold Gould (Dr. Hoxley), Dolph Sweet (Amos Jones), Robert Emhardt (Berwick), Philip Bruns (Detective Lamonica), Robbie Rist (Vernon), Anthony Cafiso (Nicholas Rocco), K. C. Martel (Billy), Hap Lawrence (Clyde Hopper), Gerry Black (George Hazel), Marilyn Coleman (Grace Hazel), Lulu Baxter (Susie Martin), Steven Cafiso (Tony Rocco), Mitch Carter (Man on the street), Rick Casorla (Chester), Christopher Ciampa (Hank), Natalie Cilona (Nurse Abbott), Dago Demster (Tommy), Ted Duncan (Man in stunt car), Tim Gemelli (Andy Steinwald), Roger Hampton (Cop Sokowitz), Ernie Harwell (Baseball announcer), Julia Jennings (Nurse Louise), Kristopher Marquis (Mickey), Annie O’Neill (Woman on the street), Barney Pell (Sam Jessup), Steve Pollack (Dennis), Stuart Rogers (Jaguar fielder), Tom Stern (Hawk coach), Jesse Joe Walsh (Randy), DeVoreaux White (Wally Hazel), Terry Wills (Jessup).

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