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Writers (WGA):
Nancey Silvers (teleplay)
Debbie Macomber (book)
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Release Date:
27 November 2010 (USA) See more »
About the Movie: Debbie Macomber's Call Me Mrs. Miracle No one celebrates the holidays like Emily Merkle (Doris Roberts) - or Mrs... See more » | Add synopsis »
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  (in credits order)

Doris Roberts ... Mrs. Miracle

Jewel Staite ... Holly

Eric Johnson ... Jake

Quinn Lord ... Gabe

Tom Butler ... J.R. Finley
Patricia Mayen-Salazar ... Gloria

Lauren Holly ... Lindy Lowe
Jocelyne Loewen ... Carol

Mary Black ... Betty

Sean Carey ... Mike

Catherine Lough Haggquist ... Clair
Kate Gajdosik ... Jane Binkow
Sophie Lui ... News Reporter

Diana Bang ... Barrista

Kelly Metzger ... Mother #1

Keith MacKechnie ... Father #1

Ellen Ewusie ... Tracy
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Joanne Bentley ... Extra (uncredited)

Directed by
Michael Scott  (as Michael M. Scott)
Writing credits
Nancey Silvers (teleplay)

Debbie Macomber (book "Call Me Mrs. Miracle")

Produced by
Michael Cannata .... supervising producer
Harvey Kahn .... producer
Allen Lewis .... supervising producer
Debbie Macomber .... executive producer
Michael Scott .... executive producer (as Michael M. Scott)
Michael Shepard .... associate producer
Marnie Termuende .... executive producer
Dan Wigutow .... executive producer
Original Music by
James Jandrisch 
Cinematography by
Adam Sliwinski (director of photography)
Film Editing by
Alison Grace 
Casting by
Candice Elzinga 
Production Design by
Phil Schmidt 
Set Decoration by
Jonathan Lancaster 
Costume Design by
Rebekka Sorensen 
Makeup Department
Debra Johnson .... key hair stylist
Tana Lynn Moldovanos .... key makeup artist
Erin Froese .... makeup artist (uncredited)
Production Management
Allen Lewis .... production manager
Eric Maran .... post-production supervisor (as Eric MacDonald)
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Mike Crain .... first assistant director
Catherine Kretz .... second assistant director
Art Department
Ken Davies .... property master
Francesca Gray .... props assistant
Charlie Schrodt .... on-set dresser
Sound Department
Tim Archer .... re-recording mixer
Kevin B. Barron .... re-recording mixer (as Kevin Barron)
Randy Kiss .... re-recording mixer
Randy Kiss .... sound supervisor
Paul Novokshonoff .... boom operator
Steven Weakes .... production sound mixer
Special Effects by
Joel Fisher .... special effects coordinator (as Joel 'Jelo' Fisher)
Visual Effects by
Corey Belina .... intellytron sequence animated by
Nancy Heller .... visual effects producer
Mark MacDonald .... intellytron sequence by
Camera and Electrical Department
Monty Black .... generator operator
Pat Cronin .... camera operator: "b" camera (as Patrick Cronin)
Pat Cronin .... first assistant: "a" camera (as Patrick Cronin)
Miguel Gelinas .... key grip
Brett Hill .... lamp operator
Vlad Horodinca .... gaffer
Ariane Jonassen .... first assistant: "b" camera
Adriana Lademann .... digital media technician
Peter Leung .... second assistant: "a" camera
Jill MacLauchlan .... camera operator: "a" camera
Brad Mear .... best boy
Aleks Pichlak .... lamp operator
Aleks Pichlak .... second assistant: "b" camera
Shea Pollard .... lamp operator
Ronald Richard .... best boy electric
Mark Roop .... generator operator
Eike Schroter .... stills photographer
Greg Simmonds .... first assistant camera: "b" camera
Ian M. Taylor .... dolly grip
Michele Tittler .... dolly grip
Jeff Cassidy .... first assistant camera: "b" camera (uncredited)
Vlad Horodinca .... second unit director of photography (uncredited)
Aleks Pichlak .... camera trainee (uncredited)
Rob Sperling .... grip (uncredited)
Ken Sutherland .... first assistant camera: "b" camera (uncredited)
Lohengrin Zapiain .... steadicam operator (uncredited)
Casting Department
Kara Eide .... casting assistant
L.A. Hilts .... extras casting
Martina Smyth .... casting associate
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Susan McGillvrey .... truck supervisor
Shiva Shabani .... assistant costume designer
Editorial Department
Colin G. Cooper .... first assistant editor
Earl Fudger .... first assistant editor
Eric Maran .... on-line editor (as Eric MacDonald)
Stephane Savoie .... second assistant editor
Gary Shaw .... colorist
Transportation Department
Kam Dhesi .... transportation captain
Dean Fitzpatrick .... transportation coordinator
Jim Papadogambros .... driver: cast
John Sorenson .... driver: cast
Other crew
Wyatt Fossett .... set key production assistant
Carol Green-Lundy .... script supervisor (as Carol Green Lundy)
Colin House .... assistant production coordinator
Kirk Johns .... location manager
Yale Kussin .... production coordinator
Jennifer Lloyd .... assistant accountant
Mark MacDonald .... second assistant production coordinator
W. Robert Millar .... assistant location manager
Glenn Mowatt .... craft service
Glenn Mowatt .... first aid
Tania Susi .... production accountant
Campbell Watson .... chef
Marnie Young .... business affairs
Marion Pejaire .... production assistant (uncredited)

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Additional Details

Also Known As:
"Debbie Macomber's Call Me Mrs. Miracle" - UK (complete title), USA (complete title)
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90 min
Aspect Ratio:
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Anachronisms: Sixteen minutes before the end of the film, the elder Mr. Finley gives his son Jake a Bachmann "XL Express" H-O gauge toy train set. The father explains that the gift had been purchased 20 years earlier, before Jake's mother died, which would have been in 1990. There is a large sticker on the toy train set that reads, "DVD format video instructions now included with this set." However, DVDs were not developed until 1995 and both DVDs and DVD players were not available on the market until 1997.See more »
Movie Connections:
References "Sesame Street" (1969)See more »
A Very Merry ChristmasSee more »


Call me Mrs. Miracle
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14 out of 40 people found the following review useful.
Call Me a Taxi, I'm Out of Here, 27 November 2010
Author: boblipton from New York City

The usually delightful Doris Roberts, who managed to make the prequel to this Hall Channel TV movie good, comes back for another turn as Mrs. Miracle, who may or may not be a heavenly messenger sent to bring holiday cheer to the occupants of this movie. Unfortunately, she seems unable to do as much for any potential viewers. Lauren Holly, as a fashion designer who seems totally out of touch with reality, attempts a comedy turn, but director Michael Scott seems to be unaware of how to modulate his actors' performances and she comes off as creepy and obnoxious. Everyone seems to spend a lot of time chuckling uncomfortably, except for Miss Holly.

The plot centers around ingénue Jewel Staite, who seems to trying to make something real out of her poorly written role, her nephew, who is in her charge in Brooklyn while his widowed father is serving in the Mideast, and and the rocky start of a romance that Mrs. Miracle fosters between her and Eric Johnson, the manager of a department store owned and operated by his father. These last two have issues -- Tom Butler as the father has some nice moments, but they are few and loused up by the fact that he must have a Change of Heart in time for a happy ending. Miss Staite and Mr. Johnson seem capable, but it's hard to tell.

Besides the by-the-numbers plotting, and the magic offered to us -- and isn't it heartwarming to know that people can't solve their problems without magic? -- we have the issue that the plot points are all talked over, never shown. Why bother to have a picture tube on your set at all if you're never going to show us plot points being resolved? Some of these Hallmark Christmas movies have been pretty good, but this one is bottom of the barrel. A pity for some pretty talented performers.

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