A widowed New York City architect and his young daughter take a Christmas vacation and end up in a small mystical town in Colorado where everyone believes in Santa Claus.
Did You Know?
The year the movie was filmed in Georgetown was an exceptionally warm winter and the scenes of the town there was no snow, tractor trailers hauled snow in each night to create the scenes for the next day's shooting. See more
George gets upset when the Post Office won't mail his film. He complains about "letter day" causing the problem. However, since it is a Sunday, if it was not letter day the Post Office would have been closed anyway, and there would have been no pick-up regardless. See more
Written & Performed by John Denver See more