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A Light in the Forest (2003)

Britta must face her fears at her school's Christmas pageant while Holly Boy, the spirit of the season, must battle the forces of evil. Britta is trying to save her school and Holly Boy the... See full summary »

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Penelope Audrey
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Britta Rinegelt
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Gabriel Brown
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Boar (monster)
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King Otto / Ridgewell
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Kelly
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Judge Chester
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Kimmel
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Poinsettia
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Larry
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Witch Hazel
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Sinister
Michael Lee Gogin ...
Hoiman
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Britta must face her fears at her school's Christmas pageant while Holly Boy, the spirit of the season, must battle the forces of evil. Britta is trying to save her school and Holly Boy the woods, but it's more than that... It's a fight for Christmas and what the season stands for. Written by Anonymous

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christmas | sword and sorcery | See All (2) »

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Family | Fantasy

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Rated PG for thematic elements and mild language
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28 October 2003 (USA)  »

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Carol Lynley, who plays Grandma in this movie, was also in a Disney movie called The Light in the Forest (1958). See more »

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Referenced in Eagles in the Chicken Coop (2010) See more »

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Opening Jazz
Written and Arranged by Bobby Watley
Morgan Alstot on percussion
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Not good, but watchable
4 December 2003 | by (Cape Cod, MA) – See all my reviews

I wonder if Chris Lee couldn't decide to be a Scot from week to week. His accent wavers. It's not bad when it's there. Edward Albert is wonderfully cheesily evil. Christian Oliver is beautiful to behold, but don't judge a book by it's cover. Lindsay Wagner is good and wholesome and the kind of lady who revels in bringing out the best in people.

Basically, this is a Hallmark type production with all it's trappings - a sweet, well-intentioned story with a message. It's cute, watchable, and fun in that cheesy heart-felt kind of way.

Be sure you're in the mood before attempting to watch this all the way through. if your kids like the Power Rangers, they may like this one.


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