When love is not enough, the Lois Wilson story, Hallmark Hall of Fame presents E1 Entertainment in association with Hallmark Hall of Fame Productions, Inc. ; producer, Terry Gould ; written by William G. Borchert and Camille Thomasson ; directed by John Kent Harrison
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  • wYF132h9CPQ
Is active
  • True
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  • 2
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  • When love is not enough, the Lois Wilson story, Hallmark Hall of Fame presents E1 Entertainment in association with Hallmark Hall of Fame Productions, Inc. ; producer, Terry Gould ; written by William G. Borchert and Camille Thomasson ; directed by John Kent Harrison
Main title
  • When love is not enough
Sub title
  • the Lois Wilson story
Responsibility statement
  • Hallmark Hall of Fame presents E1 Entertainment in association with Hallmark Hall of Fame Productions, Inc. ; producer, Terry Gould ; written by William G. Borchert and Camille Thomasson ; directed by John Kent Harrison
Variant title
  • When love is not enough, LXX of a series
Language
  • eng
Summary
  • Lois met and fell in love with Bill Wilson, and when Bill returned from World War I, they married. Despite concerns over Bill's drinking, Lois believed he was destined for greatness. Bill's drinking spiraled out of control and soon his job, their home, even their dreams were gone. When Bill attained sobriety, he poured his time and energy into helping other drunks, which led to the founding of Alcoholics Anonymous. Frustrated that Lois was not acknowledged for her helping Bill, she drew on her own experience as the wife of a drunk and began Al-Anon
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  • videorecording
Intended audience
  • Not rated
Medium
  • videorecording DVD
Runtime
  • 98
Technique
  • live action
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