Karen and Phil's first male child is stolen by a false nurse on Christmas' Eve. A determined policewoman follows all clues in order to find the baby before it's too late.

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Sgt. Jane McKinley
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Margaret Whelmer
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Const. Graham Taylor
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Karen Lewis
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Ron McKinley
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Phil Lewis
Ashley Fuzio ...
Paul Lewis
Jayme Krane ...
Jennifer Lewis
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Darryl Courmier
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Brandon McKinley
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(as Vicky Papavs)
Kayla Perlmutter ...
Laura McKinley
Robert Bockstael ...
Captain Terry Dougan
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Tommy
Moynan King ...
Lisa Miller
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Karen and Phil's first male child is stolen by a false nurse on Christmas' Eve. A determined policewoman follows all clues in order to find the baby before it's too late.

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Protect what you value most.

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18 December 2001 (Canada)  »

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Good retelling of a true story
8 January 2002 | by See all my reviews

About two years ago I remember seeing a special on stolen/missing people in Canada. Some had conclusions to their stories, others did not. I remember seeing a segment about a woman posing as a nurse in a small town Ontario hospital and walking out with a baby girl. This 1993 Christmas time abduction was the inspiration for CTV's wonderfully done tv movie "Stolen Miracle"

Although there were a few changes adjusted, I still find this story amazing. Sgt Jane Mckinnley was brilliant. Margerat (Mary, the kidnapper) had almost all the angles covered and Jane was smart enough to break through them. Although some characters I could have done without. Jane's son Brandon was a whiney little brat and her boss Dugan was not much better. I felt the plot centered mostly around Jane and her family's problems and not the Lewis' struggle with their premature birth, kidnapping of their son and trying to keep their five year old happy.

All in all, a heartwarming movie that will make you angry and make you cry. But one last thing...What happened to the kidnapper Mary?


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