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Home Fires Burning (1989)

When a WW2 veteran comes back home,he realizes how the war affected Americans by seeing the changes in his wife,family,and best friend.

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Jake Tibbetts
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Rosh Benefield
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Lt. Henry Tibbetts
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Fog Martin
William Duell ...
Whit Hennessy
Dan Biggers ...
Tunstall Renfroe
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Biscuit Brunson
Wallace Wilkinson ...
Hilton Redlinger
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Lt. Whalen
Tom Even ...
Ollie Whittle
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Billy Benefield
Monica Achilles ...
Alsatia Renfroe
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When a WW2 veteran comes back home,he realizes how the war affected Americans by seeing the changes in his wife,family,and best friend.

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29 January 1989 (USA)  »

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Hallmark Hall of Fame: Home Fires Burning (#38.2)  »

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Trivia

Barnard Hughes makes a comment about being 65 years old. As of the 1989 air date, Hughes was 73 years old. Hughes was 12 years older than the actress playing his character's wife, Sada Thompson. See more »

Quotes

Francine Tibbetts: [speaking over the wails of her newborn in the upstairs bedroom] Oh, I know all about babies. Ten kids in my family. Thought I'd gotten away from kids.
Pastine Tibbetts: Well, this one sounds hungry.
Francine Tibbetts: I know. I haven't got the hang of it.
Pastine Tibbetts: It's been a long time, but I'll see what I can do to help.
Lonnie Tibbetts: Say, ain't you goin' to take a bottle?
Francine Tibbetts: I'm wearin' it.
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Edited into Hallmark Hall of Fame (1951) See more »

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