- SKU: 19500342
- Release Date: 10/04/2011
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The recent death of his wife is just one of several blows endured by big-city surgeon Michael (Robert Hays), who has lost confidence in his skills and his been going through the motions only for the sake of his daughter Jilly (Ashley Gorrell). Summoned by his crusty dad Bob (Jack Palance) to come back to his home town for the first time in 20 years, Michael finds out that he is expected to take over the local hospital. None too keen on the prospect, Michael changes his mind when he is reunited with his childhood sweetheart, local veterinarian Sarah (Ann Jillian), who in the absence of anyone else is the hospital's only full time physician. As Michael weighs his future options--can he really go home again, or has he become too jaded by life in the city?--foxy Bob conspires with Jilly to bring Michael and Sarah back together again. First telecast on the CBS network, the made-for-TV I'll Be Home for Christmas originally aired December 23, 1997. ~ Hal Erickson, Rovi
A Christmas Snow
A woman unable to separate the joys of the Christmas season from the pain of her family past gets snowed in with two people who help her to realize what it takes to find true happiness. Thirty years ago, Kathleen's father left the house on Christmas Eve, and never came back. Ever since that day, Kathleen (Catherine Mary Stewart) has blamed her mother for breaking up the family. In Kathleen's eyes, Christmas is just another reminder of everything that's ever gone wrong in her life - so she refuses to celebrate. But just when it seems that Kathleen's bitterness has become her defining characteristic, a chance encounter with kindhearted stranger Sam (Muse Watson) finds her chilly demeanor starting to thaw. Inviting Sam into her house to escape the incoming ice storm, Kathleen gradually opens up to the stranger while at the same time striving to establish a bond with her fianceé's precocious daughter Lucy (Cameron ten Naple). The chill in the air slowly subsiding, Katherine realizes that the time has finally come to let go of her painful past instead of allowing it to define her. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi
A Holiday to Remember
At Christmastime, a divorcée (Connie Sellecca) returns to her home town, where she meets an enigmatic runaway and reacquaints herself with the stubborn man she left behind (Randy Travis). Rue McClanahan stars as her eccentric neighbor. ~ TV Guide, Rovi
A Family Thanksgiving
A career-driven attorney (Daphne Zuniga) gets a peek at a different path her life could take after she's magically transformed into a wife and mother by a mystical stranger (Faye Dunaway). Stripped of the career that dominates her life, she learns the importance of family and has big decisions to make when she returns to her old life. ~ Brie Hearn, Rovi
Cast & Crew
- Ann Jillian - Sarah
- Robert Hays
- Jack Palance - Father
- Ashley Gorrell - Jilly
- Tom Harvey - Hap