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Road to Avonlea
RtA-Season1
Television series information

Writer(s)

Lucy Maud Montgomery (original novel)

Based on

Starring

Number of seasons

7

Original run

January 7, 1990 - March 31, 1996

Number of episodes

91

Episode length

60 mins

Country

Canada

Language

English

Preceded by

Road to Avonlea: The Movie

Followed by

Happy Christmas, Miss King

Road to Avonlea is a television series broadcast in Canada and the United States between 1990 and 1996. It was created by Kevin Sullivan and produced by Sullivan Films (later Sullivan Entertainment) in association with CBC and the Disney Channel. It was shown on the Disney Channel in the US as Avonlea, but when the first season was released on VHS and later on DVD by Disney, it was renamed again, this time to Tales from Avonlea.

Road to Avonlea was adapted from the following books by Lucy Maud Montgomery: The Story Girl, The Golden Road, Chronicles of Avonlea and Further Chronicles of Avonlea.

Synopsis

In the tradition of Anne of Green Gables comes another chronicle of the journey to adulthood: Road to Avonlea, set again in the Maritime province of Prince Edward Island. The adventure begins in 1903 when a sheltered city girl, Sara Stanley, is transplanted to a rural community to stay with the relatives of her late mother.

The town of Avonlea is peopled with unforgettable characters that we come to know and love as much as Sara does. The series follows her story until she comes of age. Along the way, Sara must prove herself to her cousins before she can feel a sense of belonging with the stable, loving family.

As the children become older, the plots of the episodes begin to highlight the blossoming romance between the young adults, Felicity and Gus. This affair of the heart is still of great interest to a wide audience. A multitude of heart-warming stories focuses on the other central characters in the family: the sisters Olivia and Hetty, the King parents and children and some colourful Avonlea fixtures. Of course, the world outside Avonlea encroaches in an entertaining way by providing a diverse parade of visitors to the island. These personalities provide rich opportunities for great adventures.

As the series matures and develops, award-winning guests lend their talents to portray these larger-than-life characters; Faye Dunaway, the late Christopher Reeve and Stockard Channing are just a few of the renowned actors who appear in Seasons 2 through 7. Their stories encompass situations that run the gamut from poignant to screwball.

Among the 91 episodes there are many uproarious stories that celebrate childhood and imagination and others that deal in a light-hearted way with the serious subjects of birth, childhood, love, old age and death as experienced by a small North American community during the Edwardian era. Road to Avonlea is One of the television’s more successful family shows. The long running Canadian saga is regarded as something of an institution. Its sumptuous production values and satisfying story lines continue to captivate new viewers all over the world.[1]

Cast

Main cast

Recurring cast

  • Jackie Burroughs as Hetty King (90/91)
  • Gema Zamprogna as Felicity King (82/91)
  • Sarah Polley as Sara Stanley (67/91)/Jo Pitts (2/91)
  • Harmony Cramp as Cecily King (50/91)
  • Elva Mai Hoover as Elvira Lawson (39/91)
  • Alex Floyd as Daniel King (36/91)
  • Ryan Floyd as Daniel King (36/91)
  • Maja Ardal as Clara Potts (32/91)
  • Patricia Hamilton as Rachel Lynde (30/91)
  • Michael Mahonen as Gus Pike (28/91)
  • Heather Brown as Izzy Pettibone (24/91)
  • Barbara Hamilton as Eulalie Bugle (24/91)
  • Kay Tremblay as Eliza Ward (22/91)
  • Marilyn Lightstone as Muriel Stacey (21/91)
  • Ian D. Clark as Simon Tremayne (20/91)
  • Roger Dunn as Bert Potts (20/91)
  • Luke as Digger (19/91)
  • John Friesen as Archie Gillis (18/91)
  • R.H. Thomson as Jasper Dale (17/91)/Jeremiah Dale (1/91)
  • David Fox as Clive Pettibone (17/91)
  • Joel Blake as Andrew King (17/91)
  • Kyle Labine as Davy Keith (17/91)
  • Lindsay Murrell as Dora Keith (17/91)
  • Tara Meyer as Sally Potts (13/91)
  • Bradley Sewell as Montgomery Dale (13/91)
  • Brendan Sewell as Montgomery Dale (13/91)
  • Marc Marut as Elbert Werts (12/91)
  • Molly Atkinson as Cecily King (11/91)
  • Gillian Steeve as Clemmie Ray (11/91)
  • Miklos Perlus as Peter Craig (11/91)
  • Chick Roberts as Mr. Biggins (11/91)
  • Albert Millaire as Pierre La Pierre (10/91)
  • Marilyn Boyle as Mrs. Inglis (10/91)
  • Kristin Fairlie as Becky Lester (10/91)
  • James O'Regan as Abner Jeffries (10/91)
  • Anna Ferguson as Mrs. Biggins (19/91)/Gossipy Woman (1/91)
  • John Weir as Gurney MacDonald (8/91)/Sailor (1/91)
  • Peter Donaldson as Reverend Leonard (9/91)
  • Michael Polley as Dr. Blair (8/91)/Mr. Bugle (1/91)
  • Michael Longstaff as Rupert Gillis (7/91)/Robert Gillis (1/91)/Fred Bell (1/91)
  • Sandra Scott as Mrs. Sloane (6/91)/Mrs. Latham (3/91)
  • Graham McPherson as Dr. Snow (8/91)
  • Robert Bednarski as Wiley Lester (7/91)/Teddy Armstrong (1/91)
  • Vivian Reis as Sarah Spencer (8/91)
  • Valentina Cardinalli as Jane Spry (8/91)
  • Kay Hawtrey as Mabel Sloane (8/91)
  • Zachary Ansley as Arthur Pettibone (7/91)
  • Mari Trainor as Molly Lester (7/91)
  • Leslie Carlson as Mr. Lawson (7/91)
  • Susan E. Cox as Peg Bowen (7/91)
  • David Ferry as Stuart McRae (5/91)/Harmon Andrews (1/91)
  • Mark Bigney as Morgan Pettibone (6/91)
  • James Mainprize as Duncan Kincaid (2/91)/Desk Clerk (1/91)/Butler (1/91)/Maitre d' (1/91)/Mr. Bartholomew (1/91)
  • Simone Rosenberg as Belle-Marie Dean (6/91)
  • Patricia Vanstone as Ada Hubble (6/91)
  • Graham Losee as Edgar Dean (6/91)
  • Rosemary Dunsmore as Abigail MacEwan (5/91)
  • Kathryn Long as Cally Dean (5/91)
  • Cody Jones as Duffy Dean (5/91)
  • Don Francks as Abe Pike (4/91)
  • Kevin Jubinville as Nat Lester (4/91)
  • Scott Gibson as Donny Lester (4/91)
  • Andrew Tarbet as Seth Pritchard (4/91)
  • Louisa Martin as Phoebe MacDougall (4/91)
  • Anne Holloway as Mrs. Brown (3/91)/Rose (1/91)
  • Amber as Digger (4/91)
  • Colleen Dewhurst as Marilla Cuthbert (4/91)
  • Robert Collins as Blair Stanley (3/91)
  • Frances Hyland as Louisa Banks (3/91)
  • Barbara Gordon as Mrs. Ray (3/91)
  • Ron White as Mr. Tyler (3/91)
  • Catherine Fitch as Selena Dale (3/91)
  • Wayne Robson as Amos Spry (3/91)
  • Richard McMillan as Lionel Lester (3/91)
  • Paul Haddad as Theodore Simpkin (3/91)
  • Nigel Bennett as Enoch Cain (3/91)
  • Brendan Leufkens as Lucky MacEwan (3/91)
  • Colin O'Meara as Buck Hogan (2/91)/Sous Chef (1/91)
  • Marion Gilsenan as Miss Marsden (2/91)/Hotel Guest (1/91)
  • Carolyn Hay as Mrs. Tweed (2/91)/Co-Worker #1 (1/91)
  • Corinne Conley as Eleanor McHugh (3/91)
  • Tom Bishop as Travis Riley (1/91/Man on Bike (1/91)/Mr. Beatty (1/91)
  • Amy Stewart as Nelly Shatford (3/91)
  • Marc Worden as Edward Ray (3/91)
  • Cara Pifco as Mavis Pritchard (3/91)
  • Glen Peloso as Clerk (2/91)/Joel (1/91)
  • Malcolm Stoddard as Malcolm MacEwan (2/91)
  • Michael York as Ezekiel Crane (2/91)
  • Stockard Channing as Viola Elliott (2/91)
  • Fiona Reid as Maude Craig (2/91)
  • Leon Powall as Mr Hardy (1/91)/Heath Hymus (1/91)
  • Peter Van Wart as Robert Lynde (2/91)
  • Jaimz Woolvett as Booth Elliott (2/91)
  • Ashley Muscroft as Dora Keith (2/91)
  • Jim Mezon as John Elliot (2/91)
  • Gordon Masten as Patrick Frewen (2/91)
  • Bruce Boa as Mr. Harrison (2/91)
  • Mairon Bennett as Colleen Pritchard (1/91)/Young Hetty (voice) (1/91)
  • Keith Knight as Reverend Fitzsimmons (2/91)
  • Ken James as Hank Webster (2/91)
  • Brenda Bazinet as Dr. Jones (2/91)
  • Denise Fergusson as Mrs. Tarbush (2/91)
  • Helen Beavis as Mrs. Simpson (2/91)
  • Robert Buck as Farmer Steel (1/91)/Sea Salt (1/91)
  • Ron Payne as Pat Shore (1/91)/Blacksmith (1/91)
  • Sarena Paton as Velma Bugle (2/91)
  • Bryan Renfro as Arthur McMillan (2/91)
  • Gordon Jocelyn as Dr. Sparrow (2/91)
  • Ron Tough as Farmer (1/91)/Bill (1/91)
  • David Roemmele as Quint (2/91)
  • Patricia Carroll Brown as Miss McKay (1/91)/Lady on Train (1/91)
  • Stefanie Gnys as Emma Bradley (2/91)
  • Brenda Devine as Mrs. Bradley (2/91)
  • Andrea Morris as Hannah Hubble (2/91)
  • Charles Hayter as Mr. Simpson (2/91)
  • Rex Southgate as Mr. Heinrich (2/91)
  • Donald Tripe as Caspar Dale (1/91)/Nervous Candidate (1/91)
  • Joan Heney as Mrs. Wigmore (1/91)/Woman #1 (1/91)
  • Tyler Labine as Alphie Bugle (2/91)
  • Harold Burke as Mr. Beasly (1/91)/Minister (1/91)
  • Christopher Weedon as Montgomery Dale (2/91)
  • Jeffrey Weedon as Montgomery Dale (2/91)

Guest cast

  • Dianne Wiest as Lillian Hepworth (1/91)
  • Zoe Caldwell as Old Lady Lloyd (1/91)
  • W. O. Mitchell as Alexander Abraham (1/91)
  • Doris Petrie as Mrs. Leslie (1/91)
  • Bruce Greenwood as Caleb Stokes (1/91)
  • Linda Sorensen as Isabelle Carrington (1/91)
  • Faye Dunaway as Countess Polenska (1/91)
  • Rebecca Jenkins as Sylvia Gray (1/91)
  • Dan MacDonald as Judson Parker (1/91)
  • Greg Spottiswood as David Hawes (1/91)
  • Peter Coyote as Romney Penhallow (1/91)
  • Madeline Kahn as Pigeon Plumtree (1/91)
  • Christopher Lloyd as Alistair Dimple (1/91)
  • Kate Nelligan as Sydney Carver (1/91)
  • Christopher Reeve as Robert Rutherford (1/91)
  • Robby Benson as Jonathan Ravenhurst Blackwell (1/91)
  • Meg Tilly as Evelyn Grier (1/91)
  • Treat Williams as Zak Morgan (1/91)
  • Gordon Pinsent as John Hodgson (1/91)
  • Maureen Stapleton as Maggie MacPhee (1/91)
  • Lloyd Bochner as Mr. Cameron (1/91)
  • Tom Peacock as Duncan McTavish (1/91)
  • Ned Beatty as Wally Higgins (1/91)
  • Jonathan Crombie as Gilbert Blythe (1/91)
  • Diana Rigg as Lady Blackwell (1/91)
  • August Schellenberg as Simon Redfox (1/91)
  • Shane Meier as Louie (1/91)
  • Tom Butler as Captain Borden (1/91)
  • Andrew Gillies as Roger King (1/91)
  • Janet-Laine Green as Eliza Pike (1/91)
  • Hayley Tyson as Nurse Darlington (1/91)
  • Katherine Ashby as Lottie Cooper (1/91)
  • Daniel Hemblen as Lemuel Snibb (1/91)
  • Karl Prumer as Malcolm MacEwan (1/91)
  • Patricia Gage as Mrs. Hardy (1/91)
  • Kate Lynch as Theodora Dixon (1/91)
  • Sherri Catt as Emily (1/91)
  • Terri Hawkes as Charlotte Ames (1/91)
  • Frances Bay as Winifred Ward (1/91)
  • Ryan Gosling as Bret McNulty (1/91)
  • Eugene Levy as Rudy Blaine (1/91)
  • Toby Proctor as Morgan Pettibone (1/91)
  • Peter MacNeill as Emmett Grier (1/91)
  • Nigel Hamer as Captain Ames (1/91)
  • Ben Cook as Ian McNulty (1/91)
  • David Gardner as Horace Beck (1/91)
  • Sheila McCarthy as Betty Blaine (1/91)
  • Frank Pellegrino as Professor Rizelli (1/91)
  • Elizabeth Shepherd as Isis (1/91)
  • Joseph Bottoms as Edwin Clark (1/91)
  • Heath Lamberts as Rackham (1/91)
  • Paul Soles as Mr. Boddin (1/91)
  • Richard Blackburn as Billy Lynde (1/91)
  • Henriette Ivanans as Miss Barlow (1/91)
  • Adam Bramble as Henry Archibald (1/91)
  • Patrick Chilvers as Jim McNulty (1/91)
  • Carolyn Hetherington as Mrs. Sandborn-Ellis (1/91)
  • Jackie Richardson as Megget Lydie (1/91)
  • Thick Wilson as Angus McCorkadale (1/91)
  • John Neville as Percy Methley (1/91)
  • C. J. Fidler as Kitty Riley (1/91)
  • Michael Hogan as Mr. Dunn (1/91)
  • Colleen Williams as Mrs. Trilby (1/91)
  • James B. Douglas as Menushkin (1/91)
  • James Millington as Mr. Barlow (1/91)
  • Karen Glave as Odelia (1/91)
  • Tom Wood as Bert MacKay (1/91)
  • Stevie Vallance as Amanda Stone (1/91)
  • Chris Wiggins as Mr. McCorkadale (1/91)
  • Cecile Clermont as Suzette Moreau (1/91)
  • Damon Redfern as Duke of Arranagh (1/91)
  • Julianna Saxton as Minerva Dale (1/91)
  • Laura Bertram as Adeline Hodgson (1/91)
  • Cliff Saunders as Ferguson (1/91)
  • Peter Outerbridge as Count Marek (1/91)
  • Karyn Dwyer as Laura (1/91)
  • Shawn Mathieson as Jimmy (1/91)
  • Sean Hewitt as Howie Pinker (1/91)
  • Ashley Wood as May Spry (1/91)
  • Shirley Douglas as Miss Cavendish (1/91)
  • Irene Hogan as Mrs. McCorkadale (1/91)
  • Domini Blythe as Mrs. Campbell (1/91)
  • Colin Fox as Galileo Dale (1/91)
  • Ray Jewers as Mr. Ambrose (1/91)
  • Brian Kelly as William McMillan (1/91)
  • Catherine Barroll as Adele (1/91)
  • Gary Allan as German Tourist Hans (1/91)
  • Matthew Bennett as Edward Osborne (1/91)
  • Ryan Gifford as Stephen Spry (1/91)
  • Esther Hockin as Mrs. Purvis (1/91)
  • Christina James as Miss Plover (1/91)
  • Rummy Bishop as Mr. Packet (1/91)
  • Eraldo Campagnolo as Lancelot Dale (1/91)
  • Samantha Chemerika as Alice Greene (1/91)
  • Sam as Digger (1/91)
  • Michael Tait as Mr. Tumbridge (1/91)
  • Amy Smith as Myrtle Blewett (1/91)
  • Micki Maunsell as Miss Wright (1/91)
  • Lucy Peacock as Amelia Sandhurst (1/91)
  • Vanessa Harwood as Olympia Dale (1/91)
  • Ed Sahely as Gulley Gogarty (1/91)
  • Benedict Campbell as Duncan McBean (1/91)
  • Araby Lockhart as Mrs. Millings (1/91)
  • Phillip Nicoll as Milty Boulton (1/91)
  • Philip Williams as Mr. Duncan (1/91)
  • Sally Cahillas as Trissy/Melusina (1/91)
  • David Malek as Prince of Spelling (1/91)
  • John Shepherd as Henry (1/91)
  • Kevin Bundy as Teddy Penhallow (1/91)
  • Grant Cowan as Harry Middleton (1/91)
  • Peter Messaline as James McKearney (1/91)
  • Lisa Hynes as Cornelia Bugle (1/91)
  • Chuck Campbell as Calvin Murphy (1/91)
  • Bob Dermer as Emmet Horn (1/91)
  • Aaron Dowden as Charlie Mackenzie (1/91)
  • Megan Kitchen as Young Hetty (1/91)
  • Shannon Lawson as Miss Gordon (1/91)
  • Neale Berube as Little Gus (1/91)
  • Peter Millard as Eagan Frane (1/91)
  • Chandra West as Greta Steig (1/91)
  • Terry Tweed as Mrs. Wiggins (1/91)
  • Gary Reineke as Jim Armstrong (1/91)
  • Louise Nicol as Miss Kerr (1/91)
  • Damir Andrei as Mr. Blakey (1/91)
  • Jeffrey Max Nicholls as Matt O'Donnell (1/91)
  • Matt Cooke as Mr. Morley (1/91)
  • Andrew Jackson as Goliath (1/91)
  • Elizabeth Leigh-Milne as Miss Carpenter (1/91)
  • John Dolan as Ezra MacRae (1/91)
  • Kevin Zegers as Gordon Bradley (1/91)
  • Géza Kovács as Mr. Skinner (1/91)
  • Billy Cody as Rupert Bell (1/91)
  • Charles Kerr as Lt. Governor (1/91)
  • Tom Kneebone as Rev. Brinsmead (1/91)
  • Amos Crawley as Jimmy Paterson (1/91)
  • Steven Andrade as Rusty (1/91)
  • Renessa Blitz as Young Muriel (1/91)
  • Susan Coyne as Mrs. MacRae (1/91)
  • Christian Laurin as Clement Paquette (1/91)
  • Robert Latimer as Mr. Radcliffe (1/91)
  • P.J. Heslin as Stevedore (1/91)
  • Jackie Laidlaw as Mrs. Skinner (1/91)
  • Susan Kottman as Grandmère Robichand (1/91)
  • Alyson Court as Margie Purdie (1/91)
  • Jonathan Potts as Herschel (1/91)
  • London Juno as Agnes Forbes (1/91)
  • Gail Webster as Miss Langley (1/91)
  • Julia Diamond as Laura MacDonald (1/91)
  • Bodie as Mr. Riley (1/91)
  • James Bradford as Inspector Barwood (1/91)
  • Eric Fink as Mr. Stewart (1/91)
  • Janet Amos as Mrs. Spry (1/91)
  • Alexa Gilmour as Katie (1/91)
  • Mia Kirshner as Emily Everett-Smythe (1/91)
  • Lincoln as Caesar the Horse (1/91)
  • Willow as Methuselah (1/91)
  • Howard Jerome as Mr. Moseworth (1/91)
  • J. Winston Carroll as Leo (1/91)
  • Lisa Horner as Margaret Fieldcrest (1/91)
  • Yank Azman as Mr. Wakefield (1/91)
  • Casey Kramer as Baby Grier (1/91)
  • Bob Desrosiers as Mr. Billingsly (1/91)
  • Judy Marshak as Miss Grindstaff (1/91)
  • Haley Kramer as Baby Grier (1/91)
  • Claire Crawford as Mrs. Kennedy (1/91)
  • Bob Tennent as Frederick (uncredited) (1/91)

Other cast

  • Bob Bainborough as Constable (4/91)/Markdale Constable (1/91)
  • Jack Mather as Station Master (3/91)/Man (1/91)
  • Julian Peters as Man (1/91)/Carriage Driver (1/91)/Workman (1/91)
  • Gordon Milroy as Cannery Worker #1 (1/91)/Farmer (1/91)/Male Worker #1 (1/91)
  • Adrian Truss as Cannery Worker #2 (1/91)/Male Worker #2 (1/91)/Worker #2 (1/91)
  • Michael Matthews as Auctioneer (2/91)
  • Donald Carrier as Hotel Clerk (2/91)
  • Blair Purcell as Stage Driver (1/91)/Driver (1/91)
  • Larry Mannell as Conductor (2/91)
  • Michael G. Brown (2/91)
  • Miranda Jade as Orphan Girl (2/91)
  • Michael Miller as Ragamuffin #1 (1/91)
  • Robin Dunne as Rich Boy #1 (1/91)
  • Desmond Scott as Chemistry Professor (1/91)
  • Kevin McIntryre as Jewellery Assistant (1/91)
  • David Schurmann as Colonel (1/91)
  • Claude Bede as Man #2 (1/91)
  • Joan Massiah as Old Lady (1/91)
  • Alan Clifton as Knight #2 (1/91)
  • Meg Hogarth as Matron (1/91)
  • John Boylan as Man with Mail (1/91)
  • Gordon Michael Woolvett as Rat (1/91)
  • Neil Randfield as School Boy #1 (1/91)
  • Jack Jessop as Station Master (1/91)
  • Don Saunders as Man (1/91)
  • Christian Tessier as Mole (1/91)
  • Nial Lancaster as School Boy #2 (1/91)
  • Christopher Redman as Hawk (1/91)
  • Dick Grant as Carmody Mayor (1/91)
  • Gerry Quigley as Carmody Principal (1/91)
  • Gladys O'Connor as Old Lady (1/91)
  • Jeff J.J. Authors as Purser (1/91)
  • Nolan Jennings as Bidder (1/91)
  • Steve Pernie as Worker #1 (1/91)
  • Bob Clout as Bigwig #1 (1/91)
  • Alan Jordan as Railway Official (1/91)
  • Rebecca Bernstein as Girl #1 (1/91)
  • Jane Dingle as Old Lady's Daughter (1/91)
  • Joel Keller as Pincher (1/91)
  • Phyllis Novak as Maid (1/91)
  • Anne Butler as Teller (1/91)
  • Bill Copeland as Gentleman (1/91)
  • Donald Ewer as Guest (1/91)
  • Joan Gregson as Mission Matron (1/91)
  • Lew Lehman as Bigwig #2 (1/91)
  • Sean Roberge as Cannery Boy (1/91)
  • Philip Wynn as Banker (1/91)
  • James Rankin as Reporter (1/91)
  • Durward Allen as Guest (1/91)
  • Paul Brown as Patent Clerk (1/91)
  • Seana McKenna as Hetty's Mother (1/91)
  • Robert King as Ticket Agent (1/91)
  • Al Black as Auction Man 2 (1/91)
  • Streisan Chapman as Girl #3 (1/91)
  • Adrian Pecknold as Photographer (1/91)
  • John Boylan as Markdale Constable (1/91)
  • David Brown as Man (1/91)
  • John Weisgerber as Salesman (1/91)
  • Catherine Hayos as Nurse (1/91)
  • Pieter Dan Dijk as Boy #1 (1/91)
  • John Bayliss as Bailiff (1/91)
  • Jack Duffy as Jeweller (1/91)
  • Andrew Lewarne as Fisherman (1/91)
  • Julian Reed as Driver (1/91)
  • Les Porter as Publisher (1/91)
  • Bill Lake as Orderly (1/91)
  • Tedde Moore as Guest #2 (1/91)
  • Paulino Nunes as Sailor (1/91)
  • Kay Caisley as Woman #2 (1/91)
  • Jim Feather as Maitre d' (1/91)
  • Molly Thom as Old Lady (1/91)
  • Ian Ross as Secretary (1/91)
  • Jennifer Stevenson as The Lunger (1/91)
  • Andrew Hurley as Bass Player (1/91)
  • Craig Gardner as Jailer (1/91)
  • Robert Hollinger as Crewman (1/91)
  • Jacqueline Blais as Woman #3 (1/91)
  • Mary Land as Young Woman (1/91)
  • Bob Piedalve as Waiter (1/91)
  • Melody Johnson as Young Girl (1/91)
  • Guy Sanvido as Baggage Man (1/91)
  • Ray Doucette as Policeman (1/91)
  • Barry Kennedy as Police Constable (1/91)
  • Paul LaRocque as Chauffeur (1/91)
  • Deborah Tennant as Mother of Girl (1/91)
  • Joe Matheson as Footman (1/91)
  • Rodger Barton as Judge (1/91)
  • Heather Hodgson as Girl's Mother (1/91)
  • Lloyd White as Waiter (1/91)
  • Janice Bryan as Maid (1/91)
  • Jennifer Inch as Maid (1/91)
  • Chelsie Lamie as Little Girl (1/91)
  • Joe Bostick as Sous Chef (1/91)
  • Nicky Guadagni as Female Worker #1 (1/91)
  • François Klanfer as Theatre Manager (1/91)
  • Peter Glen as Man Addressing Haggis (1/91)
  • Robert Galbraith as Hotel Manager (1/91)
  • Christine Meilleur as Tight Rope Walker (1/91)
  • Mary Durkan as Female Worker #2 (1/91)
  • Jacqueline McLeod as Matron (1/91)
  • Denise Naples as Prissy Woman (1/91)
  • Derek Keurvorst as Guest #1 (1/91)
  • Barry Stillwell as Markdale Man (1/91)
  • Dick Murphy as Man in Crowd (1/91)
  • Ann Holloway as Lady #1 (1/91)
  • Wendy Lavender as Lady #2 (1/91)
  • Chris Benson as Heckler (1/91)
  • Susan St. Amand as Girl #1 (1/91)
  • Michael Fawkes as Surgeon (1/91)
  • Ashley Campbell as Girl #2 (1/91)
  • Ashley Brown as Girl #3 (1/91)
  • Kathryn Trainor as Lawson Niece (1/91)
  • Brian Mifsud as Baseball Player (1/91)

Episodes

Main article: Road to Avonlea/Episodes

Films

Spinoffs

There have been 29 official novelizations of Road to Avonlea published.

  1. The Journey Begins (1992), by Dennis Adair and Janet Rosenstock and based on "The Journey Begins" (Season 1, Episode 1)
  2. The Story Girl Earns Her Name (1992), by Gail Hamilton and based on "The Story Girl Earns Her Name" (Season 1, Episode 2)
  3. Quarantine at Alexander Abraham's (1992), by Fiona McHugh and based on "The Quarantine at Alexander Abraham's" (Season 1, Episode 3)
  4. The Materializing of Duncan McTavish (1992), by Heather Conkie and based on "The Materializing of Duncan" (Season 1, Episode 4)
  5. Song of the Night (1992), by Fiona McHugh and based on "Old Lady Lloyd" (Season 1, Episode 5)
  6. Conversions (1992), by Gail Hamilton and based on "Conversions" (Season 1, Episode 7)
  7. Aunt Abigail's Beau (1992), by Amy Jo Cooper and based on "Aunt Abigail's Beau" (Season 1, Episode 8)
  8. Malcolm and the Baby (1992), by Heather Conkie and based on "Malcolm and the Baby" (Season 1, Episode 9)
  9. Felicity's Challenge (1992), by Gail Hamilton and based on "Felicity's Challenge" (Season 1, Episode 11)
  10. The Hope Chest of Arabella King (1992), by Linda Zwicker and based on "The Blue Chest of Arabella King" (Season 1, Episode 12)
  11. Nothing Endures But Change (1993), by Gail Hamilton and based on "Nothing Endures But Change" (Season 1, Episode 13)
  12. Sara's Homecoming (1993), by Heather Conkie and based on "Sara's Homecoming" (Season 2, Episode 1)
  13. Aunt Hetty's Ordeal (1993), by Gail Hamilton and based on "Aunt Hetty's Ordeal' (Season 2, Episode 3)
  14. Of Corsets and Secrets and True, True Love (1993), by Fiona McHugh and based on "Of Corsets and Secrets and True, True Love" (Season 2, Episode 4)
  15. Old Quarrels, Old Love (1993), by Heather Conkie and based on "Old Quarrels, Old Love" (Season 2, Episode 5)
  16. May the Best Man Win (1993), by Gail Hamilton and based on "May the Best Man Win" (Season 2, Episode 6)
  17. Family Rivalry (1993), by Gail Hamilton and based on "Family Rivalry" (Season 2, Episode 7)
  18. Dreamer of Dreams (1993), by Heather Conkie and based on "Dreamer of Dreams" (Season 2, Episode 10)
  19. It's Just a Stage (1993), by Amy Jo Cooper and based on "It's Just a Stage" (Season 2, Episode 11)
  20. Misfits and Miracles (1993), by Linda Zwicker and based on "'Misfits and Miracles" (Season 2, Episode 13)
  21. The Ties that Bind (1994), by Heather Conkie and based on "The Ties that Bind" (Season 3, Episode 1)
  22. Felix and Blackie (1994), by Heather Conkie and based on "Felix and Blackie" (Season 3, Episode 2)
  23. But When She Was Bad ... (1994), by Marlene Matthews and based on "When She Was Bad, She Was Horrid: Part 1" (Season 3, Episode 4)
  24. Double Trouble (1994), by Marlene Matthews and based on "When She Was Bad, She Was Horrid: Part 2" (Season 3, Episode 5)
  25. A Dark and Stormy Night (1994), by Gail Hamilton and based on "A Dark and Stormy Night" (Season 3, Episode 7)
  26. Friends and Relations (1994), by Heather Conkie and based on "Friends and Relations" (Season 3, Episode 8)
  27. Vows of Silence (1995), by Gail Hamilton and based on "Vows of Silence" (Season 3, Episode 9)
  28. The Calamitous Courting of Hetty King (1995), by Fiona McHugh and based on "The Calamitous Courting of Hetty King" (Season 3, Episode 12)
  29. Old Friends, Old Wounds (1995), by Heather Conkie and based on "Old Friends, Old Wounds" (Season 3, Episode 13)

Awards and accolades

Emmy Awards

  • Outstanding Children’s Program (1993)
  • Outstanding Individual Achievement in Costume Design for a Series (1995)
  • Outstanding Guest Actress in a Drama Series (1997)

Gemini Awards

  • Best Original Music Score for a Series (1992)
  • Best Performance by an Actress in a Continuing Leading Dramatic Role (1992)
  • Most Popular Program Award (1992)
  • Best Young Actor Co-starring in a Cable Series (1992)
  • Best Direction in a Dramatic or Comedy Series (1993)
  • Best Guest Performance in a Series by an Actor or Actress (1993)
  • Best Performance by an Actor in a Continuing Leading Dramatic Role (1993)
  • Most Popular Program Award (1993)
  • Best Costume Design (1994)
  • Best Direction in a Dramatic or Comedy Series (1994)
  • Best Original Music Score for a Series (1994)
  • Best Performance by a Lead Actress in a Continuing Dramatic Role (1994)
  • Best Guest Performance in a Series by an Actor (1995)
  • Best Original Music Score for a Series (1995)
  • Best Performance by an Actress in a Continuing Leading Dramatic Role (1995)
  • Best Original Music Score for a Dramatic Series (1996)
  • Best Performance by an Actress in a Supporting Role in a Dramatic Series (1996)
  • Best Original Music Score for a Dramatic Series (1997)
  • Best Performance by an Actress in a Featured Supporting Role in a Dramatic Series (1997)
  • Best Performance by an Actress in a Guest Role in a Dramatic Series (1997)

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Notes and references

External links

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Anne of Green Gables (1952) | Anne of Green Gables (1972) | Anne of Avonlea (1975) | Akage no An (1979)
Road to Avonlea (1990-1996) | Anne of Green Gables: The Animated Series (2000-2001) | Anne (2007)
Kon'nichiwa Anne: Before Green Gables (2009) | Anne of Green Gables (2014)

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