In this true story told through flashbacks, Christy Brown is born with crippling cerebral palsy into a poor, working-class Irish family. Able only to control movement in his left foot and to speak in guttural sounds, he is mistakenly believed to have a intellectual disability for the first ten years of his life.
Christy Sloane is sent on a business trip to inform radio personality Peter Lockwood that his uncle has died and left him $2 million. Christy, who's in financial straits, decides to try to snag Peter. Zany hijinks ensue and romantic sparks fly.
When a typhoid epidemic hits, Christy (Lauren Lee Smith) works with Dr. MacNeill (Stewart Finlay-McLennan) to save the people of Cutter Gap from disaster. But when she cannot save her friend Fairlight, she faces a crisis of faith. Amid the turmoil, Christy is also torn between her feelings for Dr. MacNeill and the Rev. Grantland (James Waterston). Picking up where Return to Cutter Gap left off, this installment of the series co-stars Diane Ladd.
A collection of his best songs, sung in collaboration with Jimmy MacCarthy, Wally Page, Shane MacGowan, Sinéad O'Connor and John Spillane.
Christy (Lauren Lee Smith) and the rest of the Cutter Gap community are just beginning to recover from a typhoid epidemic when a storm hits the rural alcove. In A New Beginning, the second of a two-part PAX production that began with A Change of Seasons, she gets stranded in the forest with Dr. MacNeill (Stewart Finlay-McLennan), and her fiancé David (James Waterston) risks life and limb to rescue her. Despite a loss of property, the town makes it through the storm relatively intact, but many have been changed by the experience. Christy, for instance, has come to see Dr. MacNeill in a new light, thus questioning her engagement to David. Will she marry the preacher or break off the engagement? Marriage is on the minds of several characters in this engaging recollection by the elderly Christy about her experiences as a young schoolteacher in the Smoky Mountains.
Christy meets a brash female pilot who competes for the affection of Dr.MacNeil.
Santa's bringing Christmas to the forest, but his elf just can't get into her work. What to do? All proceeds help support the Wild Life Unlimited Foundation.
Christy is an American historical fiction drama series which aired on CBS from April 1994 to August 1995, for twenty episodes. Christy was based on the novel Christy by Catherine Marshall, the widow of Senate chaplain Peter Marshall. The novel had been a bestseller in 1968, and the week following the debut of the TV-movie and program saw the novel jump from #120 up to #15 on the USA Today bestseller list. Series regular Tyne Daly won an Emmy Award for her work on the series.
The typhoid epidemic that comes to Cutter's Gap.