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Writer (WGA):
Brian Hohlfeld (written by)
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Release Date:
8 December 1997 (USA) See more »
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Mary Stuart Masterson ... Trish

Mark Ruffalo ... Bert
Lauren Pratt ... Patsy (as Lauren Suzanne Pratt)

David Hewlett ... Mel
James Purcell ... Bill

Lawrence Dane ... Mr. Limber

Howard Hesseman ... David
Arlene Meadows ... Mom
Ed Sahely ... Mickey

Judah Katz ... Pruitt
Richard Blackburn ... Jerry

John Boylan ... Man in Overcoat
Domenico Fiore ... Ed the Bartender (as Dom Fiore)
Patrick Patterson ... Uncle Don

Victoria Snow ... Mindy
Alon Nashman ... Piano Player

Lindsay Leese ... Woman in Store
Colm Magner ... Mean Guard

Sonya Jezebel Cote ... Clerk #1 (as Sonya Cote)

Nola Augustson ... Miss Nichols

Bill Lake ... Cop

Kim Roberts ... Clerk #2
Stephen Richard ... Thug #1
Ray Smit ... Thug #2

Directed by
James Frawley 
Writing credits
Brian Hohlfeld (written by)

Produced by
Jane Goldenring .... executive producer
Declan O'Brien .... co-producer
John Ryan .... producer
Original Music by
David Bergeaud 
Cinematography by
William Wages 
Film Editing by
Chip Masamitsu 
Casting by
Rhonda Young 
Production Design by
William Beeton 
Set Decoration by
Ian Greig 
Costume Design by
Linda Muir 
Makeup Department
Patricia Medina .... assistant hair stylist
Pam Roberts .... key hair stylist (as Pamela Roberts)
Geralyn Wraith .... makeup artist
Production Management
Karen Thornton .... post-production supervisor
Elizabeth Young .... production manager
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Bryn Caron .... third assistant director
Avrel Fisher .... first assistant director (as Avrel C. Fisher)
Laura Wood Fawcett .... second assistant director (as Laura Wood)
David C. Malcolm .... trainee assistant director (uncredited)
Art Department
Beverley Farris .... assistant property master
Tanya Lemke .... property master
Sound Department
Bob Costanza .... sound effects editor
Ao Loo .... sound mixer
Special Effects by
Frank C. Carere .... special effects supervisor (as Frank Carere)
Danny Lima .... stunts
David Stinson .... stunts
Branko Racki .... stunt coordinator (uncredited)
Camera and Electrical Department
Chris Alexander .... first assistant camera
Dianne L. Haggarty .... best boy
Sean Jensen .... Steadicam operator
Patrick King .... dolly grip
John Medland .... still photographer
Franco Tata .... gaffer
Casting Department
Jon Comerford .... casting: Canada
Brian Levy .... casting: Canada
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Erika Larner .... wardrobe supervisor
Editorial Department
Darren Frankel .... executive in charge of post-production
Other crew
Victoria Farwell .... intern: Goldenring Productions
Alice Wickwire Foster .... production coordinator
Sarah James .... production coordinator
Selena McAfee .... assistant: Jane Goldenring
Irene Phelps .... production accountant
Bosede Williams .... script supervisor

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120 min (including commercials)
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Trish:Are you hurt?
Bert:No! How can I be hurt? I just threw my family jewels full force against a freezing metal fence!
Trish:Oh good, as long as you're not hurt
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6 out of 7 people found the following review useful.
Heartfelt Movie, 30 November 2005
Author: DWifey6917 from United States

I thought that the movie was cute and heartfelt. I thought of it more than a romance. Of course, the movie was as predictable as can be. You felt bad for the little girl. The ending to the movie was pretty funny. The way that the security guard kept having all kinds of things happen to him while he was in charge of watching the woman and the little girl. I wish that they would make more movies like this. They need to come out with more holiday movies like this. Mary Stuart Masterson was excellent in the movie. Mark Ruffalo was sort of a Scrooge type in the movie, but played it very well. I wish they would bring the movie out on DVD. Two Thumbs Up!

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