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Anne of Green Gables

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Part 1 airs Sunday, March 27th at 11am and Part 2 airs Sunday, April 3rd at 11am on WVIA-TV

Precocious yet lovable Anne Shirley (Megan Follows) returns to public television for an encore presentation of ANNE OF GREEN GABLES I and II, a classic television series that chronicles the trials and tribulations of a young orphan girl navigating her way through life.  Based on the 1908 novel by Canadian author Lucy Maud Montgomery, the story’s fairytale charm, emotional power and endless wit has made it a fixture in children’s libraries around the world for more than a century. The drama first premiered on public television in 1986 and garnered several prestigious awards, including an Emmy Award for Outstanding Children’s Program, nine Academy of Canadian Cinema and TV Gemini Awards, a Peabody Award, and TV Guide’s Most Popular Program.

 

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