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Rev. David Grantland
Little Burl Allen
Ruby Mae Morrison
Bird's Eye Taylor
Miss Ida Grantland
Dr. Neil MacNeill
Look, I'm all for more wholesome family fare in prime time, but sitting through the first two episodes of Christy was like being hooked up to an intravenous drip of Karo syrup.
It is earnest, well intentioned, based on a beloved book by Catherine Marshall, handsomely photographed, wholesome as a tea cozy, cute as a kitten and almost unspeakably humdrum.
Pilot is less heavy-handed than most, thanks in part to Michael Rhodes' sure direction and Patricia Green's fine, succinct script.
This is an impressive production. The cast is generally quite good; Ms. Martin is extraordinary, making Christy's fresh-faced innocence utterly captivating on these beautiful and sometimes dangerous mountains.
This is too nice a series to pick apart. Christy may be only a penlight in an abyss, but better that than no light at all.
Stands solidly on its own, representing exactly what we could use more of: hearty, dramatic television.
There's a kind of innocence and sincerity about Christy that is rare on television these days.
Christy's story is as beautiful, enchanting and timeless as the region in which the show is being shot, Tennessee's Smokey Mountains. Kellie Martin... is accomplished beyond her years in the title role.
It's based on the best-seller by Catherine Marshall and the pilot, at least, is excellent.
It's romantic, sentimental, sometimes stereotyped and, in the end, a great showcase for the considerable talents of Martin
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