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''Hallmark Hall of Fame'' is a [[LongRunner long-running]] (since 1951) U.S. anthology series of [[MadeForTVMovie Made-for-TV Movies]] produced and sponsored by Hallmark Cards and broadcast on several different networks, most recently the Hallmark Channel. Outside of Creator/{{PBS}} programs and the Metropolitan Opera broadcasts, ''Hallmark Hall of Fame'' is one of the few productions still sponsored and aired (on occasion) by a single corporate [[ProductPlacement benefactor]].

The films themselves include adaptations of literary classics as well as original works, and run the gamut from hard-hitting drama and tragedy, to soft-tissue {{Melodrama}}, to comedy and slice-of-life pics.

For the more general [[ShowGenres Genre]] of shows that express some form of "Hallmark Sentiment", see SugarWiki/AHallmarkPresentation.

Not to be confused with movies made for the Hallmark Channel, which often aren't part of this series.
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!!Show list
::'''Notable Entries in the Series'''\\
''Theatre/AmahlAndTheNightVisitors'' - The first one, restaged several times.

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!!This LongRunner series contains examples of:
* GenreAnthology
* SugarWiki/AHallmarkPresentation: The [[TropeNamers Trope Namer]].
* MadeForTVMovie
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