Christmas Wife

The Christmas Wife

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Director: David Jones

Cast: David Jones, Steven Andrade, James Eckhouse, Don Francks

     
 

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Afraid to spend the Christmas holiday alone, an aging widower decides to hire himself a spouse to spend the vacation with him in his lovely mountain retreat and finds true romance in this heartwarming made-for-cable television drama that is based on a story by Helen Norris.  See more details below

Overview

Afraid to spend the Christmas holiday alone, an aging widower decides to hire himself a spouse to spend the vacation with him in his lovely mountain retreat and finds true romance in this heartwarming made-for-cable television drama that is based on a story by Helen Norris.

Product Details

Release Date:
09/17/2002
UPC:
0018111218191
Original Release:
1988
Rating:
NR
Source:
Delta
Region Code:
0
Time:
1:13:00

Special Features

[None Specified]

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Steven Andrade Tim
James Eckhouse Jim Tanner
Don Francks Social Arranger
Deborah Grover Micki
Patricia Hamilton Dora
Julie Harris Iris
Tom Harvey Jack
Bill Lynn Santa Claus
Gwynyth Walsh Betty
Lawrence Z. Dane Michael Rosten
Jason Robards John Tanner

Technical Credits
David Jones Director
Ruth Foster Editor
Jane Greenwood Costumes/Costume Designer
Max Harris Score Composer
Katherine Ann Jones Screenwriter
Edie Landau Executive Producer
Edward Pisoni Production Designer
Brian West Cinematographer
Patrick Whitley Producer

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Scene Index

Side #1 --
1. Alone for the Holidays [6:28]
2. Christmas Plans [4:26]
3. The Social Arranger [5:56]
4. First Meeting [6:29]
5. Let's Head For The Hills [6:44]
6. At The Cabin [7:37]
7. Christmas Morning [4:59]
8. Exchange of Gifts [5:16]
9. The Walk [6:31]
10. Song and Poem [4:54]
11. The Truth [8:52]
12. Goodbye [4:30]

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The Christmas Wife 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This is a small screen charmer that instantly achieves holiday classic status. A veteran cast avoids all sacharine inclinations and delivers a beautiful tale of the human spirit. Jason Robards and Julie Harris give theatre quality performances.