All the Days of My Life (TV Movie) (1982)

All the Days of My Life
An elderly widow (Norma Renault) has apprehensions about entering a senior citizens' home in this 1982 made-for-TV movie. The movie was filmed at Fairhaven House, a home for the aged in Toronto. It used residents of the home as extras. One woman, 98-year-old Sarah Reid, even landed a speaking role as Granny Neilson, a character who celebrates her 100th birthday in the film.

Aired on Dec 28, 1982

Norma Renault
Antony Parr .... Hugh Williams
Hugh Webster .... Tyrone Coaker
Helen Carscellan .... Vera
Jan Chamberlain .... Mrs. Devlin
Mary Savidge .... Miss Fleury
Sarah Reid .... Granny Neilson

Original Broadcaster(s): CBC

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