Holiday Collector's Set, Vol. 18 [DVD]

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Overview

Special Features

  • Bonus 20 holiday songs: get in the christmas spirit with 20 holiday song from Greatest Christmas Collection V.2. Featuring such traditional favorites as:
  • Deck the halls: 1:31
  • O' holy night: 4:30
  • Amazing grace: 4:54
  • Feliz navidad: 3:14
  • O' tannenabum: 3:15
  • God rest ye merry gentlemen: 3:44
  • For unto us a child is born: 2:52
  • The holly and the ivy: 2:32
  • Leise rieselt der schnee: 1:28
  • I saw three ships: 2:01
  • Gloria: 3:02
  • O' little town of Bethlehem: 3:12
  • Adeste fideles: 2:53
  • Greensleeves: 2:39
  • Holy lights: 2:39
  • The coventry carol: 3:29
  • Dance of the flutes: 2:35
  • Joy to the world: 2:59
  • Hallelujah: 4:14
  • Silent Night: 3:09

Synopsis

Young Pioneers' Christmas
This made-for-TV movie was a sequel to the 1975 telefilm The Young Pioneers, which also inspired a short-lived series. Christmas is just around the corner for David and Molly Beaton (Roger Kern and Linda Purl), two young settlers making a home in the Dakota wilderness of 1874, but the season has brought them little joy. Their son has died, and one of their best friends stands to lose his property to crooked railroad men. However, the Beatons discover that they can beat adversity by sticking together with their friends and neighbors, and learn the lessons of giving as the holidays draw to a close. Young Pioneers' Christmas also stars Robert Donner and Robert Hays, years before he reached stardom with Airplane!. ~ Mark Deming, Rovi

Expecting Mary
A pregnant teenage runaway ends up in a New Mexico trailer park, where her new friends and neighbors form a support system that gradually evolves into a makeshift family. Gene Simmons, Della Reese, Elliot Gould, Linda Gray, Fred Willard, and Cloris Leachman co-star. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi

Angel in the Family
Weary and dispirited following the death of his wife Lorraine (Meredith Baxter) and after suffering a mild stroke, Buddy Bishop (Ronny Cox) anxiously reaches out to his estranged daughters Sarah (Tracy Needham) and Beth (Natasha Gregson Wagner), asking that they join him for a Christmas reunion. Despite a multitude of their own problems, Sarah and Beth agree--but they're not too happy about spending the holidays in the old, boarded-up house that Buddy had shared with his late wife. Circumstances change dramatically when the Bishops awaken one morning to find a beaming Lorraine waiting for them in the kitchen as if nothing had ever happened to her! The "resurrection" of Lorraine leads to a moving and inspirational conclusion in the made-for-cable Angel in the Family, which first aired December 18, 2004 on the Hallmark channel. ~ Hal Erickson, Rovi

Beyond Tomorrow
Harry Carey Sr., C. Aubrey Smith and Charles Winninger play three wealthy bachelors who have spent their lives wrapped up in themselves. Left all alone on Christmas eve, the elderly trio invite a couple of strangers to dinner: misplaced cowpoke Richard Carlson and pretty, but aimless, Jean Parker. Hoping that they've accomplished a bit of matchmaking, the three old duffers board a plane and head off to an important business meeting. The plane crashes, killing all three men. They return to their mansion as ghosts, only to discover that Carlson is making the same mistake they made: he's allowing his drive for success to override his affection for Parker. Feeling as though they won't be welcome in Heaven until they rectify this situation, Carey, Smith, and Winninger stick around to set things right. ~ Hal Erickson, Rovi

Cast & Crew

  • Linda Purl
    Linda Purl
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    Roger Kern
  • Robert Hays
    Robert Hays
  • Robert Donner
    Robert Donner - Mr. Peters
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    Britt Leach

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