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Two families overcome prejudice and tragedy in 1888 Wyoming when a special Christmas miracle saves the life of a small boy.



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Cast overview, first billed only:
Chief Thomas
Captain Johnson
Seth Keller
Buckskin Charlie
Doctor Babcock
Mrs. Stanley


Two families overcome prejudice and tragedy in 1888 Wyoming when a special Christmas miracle saves the life of a small boy.

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Two miracles for the price of one.

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Rated PG for violence and some mild language | See all certifications »


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25 November 2005 (USA)  »

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Christmas Miracle at Sage Creek  »

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$2,000,000 (estimated)

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Ike: Daniel!
Daniel: Yes sir?
Ike: We're gonna get those steers into Lusk and sold before Christmas
Daniel: Yes sir.
Ike: You won't leave town till we get top dollar, no exceptions.
Daniel: Yes sir...
Daniel: Mr. Franklin me and the boys was wondering, well sir, we wanted to know if you had decided to give us Christmas day off? Some of the men got family and I think they need that time...
Ike: You'll get a day off when that cattle is sold. Christmas is just another working day.
Daniel: Yes sir, stock comes fisrt.
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A few problems...
1 November 2006 | by (NW of Los Angeles, California, United States) – See all my reviews

I'm watching the movie right now, so I don't know how it ends.

Um, Christmas-time in Wyoming, and there's green leaves, green grass, flowing water, shirt-sleeve attire, no breath fog.. meaning, it's not very cold in Lusk, Wyoming in December?? WHAT? The Indian woman was washing clothes outside, sleeves rolled up, in December, in Wyoming. Wyoming has long, wicked-cold, windy winters. That immediately took a lot of the reality away. It was filmed in Arizona, they should have just set the story there, as "Wyoming Territory" didn't have much to do with the story. There were homesteaders and Indians in Arizona, too. It's just too unbelievable. Maybe later it snows in the movie, but I've been to Wyoming, and seen it snow in JUNE, and I've been there in February and it was very cold and windy. Nobody went out in just light jackets.

They filmmakers must take us as people who all live in LA or NY, people who know nothing about geography and what places look like, and people who don't ever travel. I've seen some movies supposed to be Wyoming, but filmed in Canada, and you can't tell. The terrain in THIS movie didn't look at ALL like Wyoming.

Bad acting, especially the Grandfather Indian character. Unneeded choppy "Indian Accent". Words used I don't think someone new to the language would use.

Here's another: A mother and her son are sitting right by a fireplace that has a good crackling fire in it. She feels his head and determines he has a fever. How could she tell? Being a mother, I know better than to forehead-feel a kid for a fever when they're a few feet from a fire.


You want a good western? See Lonesome Dove. See Tombstone. See Open Range. See anything else.

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