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Headin' Home for the Holidays (1986)

Amy Grant must combat the evil clutches of McDonalds, while learning about the Native American culture of Montana, all from White people. All of this is done through the power of Music.

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Amy Grant must combat the evil clutches of McDonalds, while learning about the Native American culture of Montana, all from White people. All of this is done through the power of Music.

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Comedy | Musical

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21 December 1986 (USA)  »

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Amy Grant's Old Fashioned Christmas  »

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Tennessee Christmas
Written by Amy Grant and Gary Chapman
Performed by Amy Grant and Gary Chapman
Bug & Bear Music/Meadowgreen Music/Tree Group (ASCAP)
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Cute, but needs more music!
2 December 2008 | by (New York) – See all my reviews

This is a cute holiday TV special from Amy Grant that features songs from her first Christmas album, the "Animals' Christmas" album she performed with Art Garfunkel, and her album "Unguarded". The songs are woven within a plot line: Amy and her (then) husband, Gary, are in Montana for a concert when their truck breaks down in front of a horse farm. They meet up with a few of the towns people and decide to join them for their Christmas concert. The show features some famous faces including Art Garfunkel and Ed Begley, Jr. as a shop owner. Though some of the non-song scenes are entertaining (like the amusing shop scene), I wish these parts were filled with more songs instead. I felt as if only half of the show was devoted to actual songs. And two of those songs weren't even Christmas-related. But overall, a nice program. Definitely a must-see for Amy fans. You can find it on video as "Amy Grant's Old Fashioned Christmas".


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