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(1996 Drama) "Four Walls and A Roof" (Part 1)--Faced with bankruptcy, Honey and Jack are forced to move their family to live with Jack's family. Tragedy strikes when Jack is accidentally killed and Honey is forced to give up her children. Hub and Fat remain with their Grandmother and their Aunt Grace. "Four Walls and A Roof" (Part 2)--Honey finds work in another city, and Hub and Fat struggle through the first weeks of living with their grandmother. When the boys run away, Hub sustains a serious leg injury and Fat sets fire to the cottage where they are hiding. A local schoolteacher named Max Sutton comes to rescue the boys. Hub and Fat's ill-fated adventures force May to finally allow the boys to visit their mother.
(1996 Drama) "Train to Nowhere" (Part 1)--Max submits one of his plays to a radio contest, but does not win. A decision is made to stage a play with the help of the dramatic society in the town. Their plans threaten to blow up in their faces as the staging of the play consumes Aunt Toppy`s life and her marital problems with Uncle Bob become a matter for public scrutiny. "Aunt Grace`s Wedding" (Part 2)--Aunt Grace has been invited by Judd Wainwright to attend her cousin`s wedding. Grandmother Bailey refuses to let her go, believing that Grace should not be seen with a man who is below her. Honey and the boys become involved in a plan that enables Grace to attend the wedding. Judd Wainwright, proposes while they are away at the wedding. Upon their return, Judd proceeds to ask permission from May to marry Grace. May is aghast, but realizes there is little she can do to prevent them from becoming engaged.
The Agony Column--When a guest cancels at the last minute Grace needs to fill ten minutes of air time on her radio show - fast! Inspiration strikes and she pretends to be Dr. Veronica Love, the writer of a New York"agony column". Before the truth can be told she is trapped into making a personal appearance - can Grace pull it off? Radio Waves--Thrilled when Callie Cramp makes her the new station manager of CRNB, Grace cancels the station's least popular show - Rev. Milo's Bible Hour. She replaces it with a spine-tingling, new detective series. But her decision seems to backfire; or does it?
The original poster from Season One of the award-winning series Wind At My Back. Full size (24" x 36")
The series Wind At My Back chronicled the life of the Bailey family and the struggles that bind them together during The Great Depression of the 1930's. Don Gillis' and Peter Breiner's original score set the backdrop for stories of family bonds and the poignancy of love; sometimes funny and awkward and sometimes full of drama. This original soundtrack recording features 34 tracks from the award-winning TV series Wind At My Back. Music composed and conducted by Don Gillis and Peter Breiner. Available for the first time ever, exclusively on the SullivanBoutique.
Strengthened by an indomitable spirit and unfailing optimism despite economic hard times, the Bailey clan faced The Great Depression with humour and hope. This second volume of composers Don Gillis' and Peter Breiner's original music will carry you back to the 1930's, a time when families and neighbours pulled together and community spirit thrived. This original soundtrack recording features 34 tracks from the award-winning TV series Wind At my Back. Available for the first time ever, exclusively on the SullivanBoutique. Music composed and conducted by Don Gillis and Peter Breiner.
Life will never be the same. Hub and Fat knew that the Great Depression had come to their hometown ý their friends and neighbours are now very poor and even food seems scarce ý but they didn't think it would affect them. After all, Dad did own the local hardware store. Then the bank forecloses on Jack Bailey's loan, and everything changes ý fast. Hub and Fat suddenly find themselves plunked down in the stuffy home of their dour Grandmother Bailey ý who has too many rules and not enough fun. But when real tragedy strikes, Hub and Fat realize there's more at stake than just fun.
It's just not fair. Hub's good at everything ý including all the sports that Fat finds impossible. So when Max Sutton, the local schoolteacher, puts together an athletic team to compete for the Fall Fair's Human Pyramid Contest, Hub naturally is right in the thick of things. Who needs a runt like Fat around? But as the pyramid nears completion, everyone realizes that someone Fat's size is just what the team needs. Now if only Hub and Fat could actually get to the fair in time for the contest. With Aunt Grace driving, you never know what's going to happen.
It's a dream come true for Hub and Fat: they have been entrusted to "dog-sit" Pal, the town's beloved collie. Grandmother Bailey even agreed! However, trouble starts brewing when Pal is accused of terrorizing the next-door neighbour's prize-winning chickens. And things go from bad to worse when Grandmother Bailey's purse disappears, and guess who looks like the culprit? Pal, of course. It's up to Hub and Fat to prove his innocence, or elseý
Fat's been bittenýby the acting bug. Allowed to participate when a travelling stage show comes to New Bedford, Fat is dazzled by the footlights and now has ears only for the applause of an adoring audience. He thinks he's found his calling ý until Grandmother Bailey finds out about his plans, of course. Grandmother Bailey has her own plans for Hub, too, hiring him out to pitch hay with the other local farmers. At first Hub is thrilled ý maybe now he can earn enough money to get his mother out of that factory in the city and back into their lives. One day on the job, though, and Hub realizes there's more to earning a paycheque than he bargained for.
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