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Story Lady, The (1991)
Starring: Jessica Tandy, Ed Begley, Tandy Cronyn, Lisa Jakub, Richard Masur, Stephanie Zimbalist
Director: Larry Elikann
Category: Drama
Studio: Image Ent.
94 mins



You're Never Too Old To Enjoy A Good Story.

Once Upon A Time. . .a retired woman sought to begin a new chapter in her life by bringing the world's greatest children's stories into millions of homes. Believing you're never too old to enjoy a fairy tale, Grace McQueen endeavors to produce a show doing what she's always loved - reading stories aloud to children. Her show is an immediate success and is picked up by two zealous advertising execs who trade the simplicity of her storytelling for national network ratings and big dollars. Overwhelmingly commercialized as "Granny Goodheart," Grace's simple message becomes distorted, and she must choose between becoming a network creation or being herself. . .