SMOOCH is a modern retelling of the classic Frog Prince tale with a romantic comedy twist. A rakishly handsome "English Royal" comes to America for an arranged marriage, and ends up being ... See full summary »
A successful businesswoman, Mackenzie, inherits her beloved aunt's inn, and chooses to restore the hotel to its original grandeur only to sell it right before Christmas. Unbeknownst to ... See full summary »
Mia (Duff), the loyal and hard-working manager of her small town's Christmas hat shop, is blindsided when her boss of over ten years asks her to train his son, Nick (Cupo), for a vacant ... See full summary »
Sean, who runs a New York City advertising agency, and Owen, a small-town handyman and musician, swap residences for the holidays. Mia, who works for Sean, helps Owen get settled into his ... See full summary »
Poppy Summerall finds it hard to commit - to a man, to a job, you name it. Someone points out to her how good she is with kids, so she hires herself out as a nanny to a workaholic widower ... See full summary »
In 1953 Jimmy Hawkins was cast as an actor in Mr. Scoutmaster for 20th Century Fox starring Clifton Webb.. In 1980 and now a Producer, Mr. Hawkins wrote an updated story for an "NBC MOW starring Gary Coleman and titled it "SCOUT'S HONOR" . As Ex.Producer Jimmy hired Scoutmaster Director Henry Levin to do the same duties on his "Scout's Honor" Scouts Honor celebrated the 50th Anniversary of The Cub Scouts of America. In 2012 Mr. Hawkins wanted to flip his story to help celebrate the 100th Anniversary of The Girl Scout's. He got the new concept sold to The Hallmark Channel under the new title of "SMART COOKIES". Quite a journey. Mr. Hawkins was a popular child actor in the '40's, 50's and '60's. But is best known for playing Jimmy Stewart and Donna Reed's son Tommy Bailey in Frank Capra's Holiday classic, "It's A Wonderful Life", Now thats trivia. See more »
I am a lifetime Girl Scout and while it was a cute Hallmark movie, I was disturbed to see how they would place an adult in a troop role with no suggested training for her. She clearly was not provided training which is not he Girl Scout way and the very first meeting she attended she took the girls off site in her vehicle. I understand there are some artistic licenses but I was watching it going that would never happen! Another discrepancy was the two troops discounting the price of the cookies! Again, this never would fly and I'm a bit surprised Girl Scouts agreed to this script as shown. A cute movie in general but not the known standard for what goes on in troops.
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