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Release Date:
18 January 2008 (USA) See more »
Not all witches are bad...
A darkly beautiful and mysterious woman comes in to town and inhabits the local haunted mansion, making everyone wonder if she's a witch or "The Grey Lady". Full summary » | Add synopsis »
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  (in credits order)

Catherine Bell ... Cassandra Nightingale

Chris Potter ... Jake Russell

Catherine Disher ... Martha Tinsdale

Peter MacNeill ... George O'Hanrahan

Allan Royal ... Walter Cobb

Matthew Knight ... Brandon Russell
Paula Boudreau ... Nancy Perkins

Hannah Endicott-Douglas ... Lori Russell

Jesse Bostick ... Kyle

Noah Cappe ... Derek
Murray Oliver ... Bill

Alexander De Jordy ... Dillon
Paul Miller ... Tom

Nathan McLeod ... Michael

Aaron Berg ... Rusty
Neil Girvan ... Kyle's Father

Sophie Goulet ... Woman with Flyers
rest of cast listed alphabetically:

Rob Stewart ... Nick Chasen
Jamie Ferenczi ... Mother (uncredited)

Directed by
Craig Pryce 
Writing credits
Rod Spence (written by)

Produced by
Orly Adelson .... executive producer
Janina Barrett .... supervising producer
Ian McDougall .... producer
Frank Siracusa .... executive producer
Original Music by
Jack Lenz 
Cinematography by
Gerald Packer (director of photography)
Film Editing by
George Roulston 
Casting by
Jon Comerford 
Lisa Parasyn 
Production Design by
Ingrid Jurek 
Art Direction by
Brad Greaves 
Set Decoration by
Alexa Anthony 
Elizabeth Calderhead 
John Hazel 
Helen Kaneva 
David Maltese 
Costume Design by
Noreen Landry 
Production Management
Ross Leslie .... production manager
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Mark Tataryn .... first assistant director
Art Department
Stephanie Chalmers .... set dresser
Chris Gotzamanis .... property master
Michelle Lannon .... lead dresser
Eric Summerley .... head carpenter
Theresa Tindall .... assistant art director
Sound Department
Michael Baskerville .... re-recording mixer
John Dykstra .... re-recording mixer
David Meredith .... trainee assistant sound editor
Brent Pickett .... first assistant sound editor
Brian Power .... additional adr
Robert Warchol .... sound effects editor
Randy Wilson .... foley recordist
Marilee Yorston .... foley artist
Special Effects by
Brock Jolliffe .... special effects supervisor
Camera and Electrical Department
Ben Gervais .... digital imaging technician
Kevin LeBlanc .... first assistant camera (as Kevin Michael LeBlanc)
John MacLean .... key grip
John Medland .... still photographer
Brooke Palmer .... gallery photographer
Casting Department
Debbie Kwan .... casting associate
Editorial Department
Ed Ham .... on-line editor (2008)
Chris Mayo .... conforming editor: HDTV
Paul Rubenstein .... first assistant editor
Location Management
Quincy Morgan .... assistant location manager
Randy Morgan .... location manager
Music Department
Asher Lenz .... composer: theme music
Transportation Department
Ritchie Miazek .... transportation coordinator
Other crew
Torben B. Beeg .... production assistant
John Duncan .... legal services
Krista Johnston .... clearances
Alexandra Lane .... production coordinator
Gigi Morin .... legal services
Nicholas Vandal .... set production assistant

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USA:89 min
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Did You Know?

The main casting of the movie were well-known by some TV shows: Catherine Bell by "JAG" (1995), Chris Potter by "Kung Fu: The Legend Continues" (1993), Catherine Disher by "Forever Knight" (1992) and Peter McNeill by "Captain Power and the Soldiers of the Future" (1987).See more »
Continuity: Just shy of 20 minutes into movie, just before Kyle encounters the bully for the first time, Kyle and Lori are walking to school, and there are two girls walking behind them. When the camera changes angle then moves back, the two girls have switched places.See more »
Cassandra Nightingale:Everybody can do magic.See more »
Movie Connections:
References Bell Book and Candle (1958)See more »


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6 out of 8 people found the following review useful.
Ring my Bell, 29 August 2010
Author: ctomvelu1 from United States

Old-fashioned, never-never-land fable about a mysterious woman who comes to a small town to claim an inheritance, specifically, the town's notorious haunted house. She sets up a shop full of potions and gemstones and charms, which does not go down well with the mayor's pompous wife (and tellingly, the only fat woman in the entire cast). This chubby busybody, straight out of a 1940s comedy, is convinced the new arrival is a witch (she does own a black cat and an antique broom) and spends the rest of the film trying to drive her out of town. Meanwhile, the newcomer performs a series of subtle good deeds that help various town folk with problems ranging from sterility to bullies. This Hallmark movie bears more than a passing resemblance to "Bell Book and Candle," and in fact the reputed witch names her New Age-y store Bell Book and Candle. The delectable Catherine Bell plays the mysterious woman, a woman similar to the character played by Kim Novak in "Bell Book and Candle." Since this is a Hallmark TV movie, Bell has to rein in her incredible sensuality, but she's still quite a dish even while playing more of a Mary Poppins character. I got a kick out of the cover for this one, which shows Bell grasping what appears to be a long, black phallic object, while giving us a knowing smile. The object, if you look hard enough, is actually a very long broomstick. Familiar TV actor Chris Potter plays the local sheriff, a widower with two small children who is smitten by Bell at first sight. Spending an evening alone on a couch in front of a roaring fireplace, wineglasses in hand, Bell and Potter manage one chaste kiss -- no tussling in the sheets for these two. This is a Hallmark movie, after all. So a chaste kiss is all we get. Entertaining, low-key family movie that was shot in Canada.

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