- SKU: 29405389
- Release Date: 09/22/2015
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- Christmas Sing-Alongs:
- Ding Dong, Merrily on High 2:01
- Deck the Halls 1:11
- Joy to the World 2:58
- Jingle Bells 2:14
- The Holly and the Ivy 2:03
- Jesus Child 3:28
- O' Come All Ye Faithful 4:30
- Sleigh Ride 3:05
- Sussex Carol 1:57
- Up on the House Top 2:05
A Christmas Tree Miracle
A privileged suburban family learns the true meaning of Christmas when the father loses his job during the holidays, and his wife and children begin living above their means. As Christmas approaches, a peculiar tree farmer offers the desperate family shelter, and reveals that miracles sometimes happen just when you least expect them. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi
The Olden Days Coat
In this magical fantasy, a little girl becomes a time traveler when she puts on the coat she finds in her grandma's attic. ~ Sandra Brennan, Rovi
Miracle in Toyland
Borrowed Hearts: A Holiday Romance
Divorced mom Kathleen Russell (Roma Downey) needs a lot of money in a hurry in order to afford a decent home for herself and her daughter Zoey (Sarah Rosen Fruitman). Meanwhile, Kathleen's boss, swinging bachelor Sam Field (Eric McCormick) must pretend to be happily married, and with children, if he wants to close a major business deal with mysterious Mexican financier Javier Del Campo (Hector Elizondo). At first, it seems as though Kathleen and Sam come up with the notion of posing as man and wife all by themselves; but as this made-for-TV romantic comedy-fantasy progresses, it is clear that two other people are actually pulling the strings--and there's a third character looming in the shadows! ~ Hal Erickson, Rovi