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A Season for Miracles ()


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A miracle occurs for a homeless family consisting of two children neglected by their incarcerated mother and their protective aunt who is trying to keep them out of the foster system with... See more »

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Emilie Thompson
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Ruth Doyle
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Police Captain Nathan Blair
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Berry Thompson
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Angel
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Hon. Judge Nancy Jakes
Mary Fogarty ...
Agatha
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Sadie Miller
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J.T. Thompson
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Alanna 'Lani' Thompson
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Corinna
Kurt Deutsch ...
Alexander Foster
Scott Sowers ...
Deputy Howie
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Gerald Foster
Gail Grate ...
Holly McBride
Patricia Childress ...
Maeve
Jill Parker-Jones ...
Librarian
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Young Grandmother
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Miss Russell - Female Guard
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Young Boy
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Young Boy's Mom
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Sierra Farber ...
Girl on School Bus (uncredited)

Directed by

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Michael Pressman

Written by

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Marilyn Pappano ... (novel "Season for Miracles")
 
Maria Nation ... (teleplay)

Produced by

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Timothy M. Bourne ... producer
Brent Shields ... co-executive producer
Richard Welsh ... executive producer

Music by

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Craig Safan

Cinematography by

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Shelly Johnson

Film Editing by

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Lori Jane Coleman

Editorial Department

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John Peter Bernardo ... assistant editor
Chris Lamie ... colorist

Casting By

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Lynn Kressel

Production Design by

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Veronica Hadfield

Art Direction by

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Kevin Constant

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Michele Poulik

Costume Design by

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Dorothy Amos

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Linda Arnold ... department head hairstylist
Nina Kraft ... makeup artist

Production Management

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Timothy M. Bourne ... unit production manager
Kathleen M. Straub ... executive in charge of production (as Kathleen Straub)
Karen Mayeda Vranek ... post-production supervisor

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Nina Halvorsson ... second assistant director (as Nina Halvorsen)
Carol L. Vitkay ... first assistant director

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Edward J. Borasch Jr. ... property master
Craig Gadsby ... leadman
Brian Markey ... construction coordinator
Scott Nifong ... assistant property master
Trevor A. Rudolph ... set dresser (as Trevor Rudolph)
Brad Shoemaker ... propmaker
Ramsey Smith ... construction foreman
Nancy Lowry ... assistant property master (uncredited)

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Pete Elia ... re-recording mixer
Larry Goeb ... dialogue editor
Tom Hartig ... boom operator
Doug Kent ... sound supervisor
Stacey Michaels ... adr mixer
Steve Nelson ... sound
Chris Ostler ... sound recordist
Larry Stensvold ... re-recording mixer

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Kevin Pike ... special effects supervisor

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Robert J. Babin ... key grip
Danny Brazen ... grip
Colin J. Campbell ... gaffer (as Colin Campbell)
Michelle Deal ... camera loader
Don Devine ... camera operator
David Maddux ... gaffer: Hallmark Hall Of Fame (as Dave Maddux)
Michael Martino ... first assistant camera
Ryan Pilon ... assistant camera
Dany Racine ... first assistant camera: "a" camera
Joseph M. Setele ... first assistant camera: "b" camera

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Lisa S. Beasley ... extras casting

Costume and Wardrobe Department

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Malou Magnusson ... costume supervisor
Zhanna Mihaleva ... set costumer

Location Management

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David A. Foster ... location manager

Music Department

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Michael Baber ... music editor (as Mike Baber)

Transportation Department

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Richard Burch ... driver
Craig Lietzke ... transportation captain
Linda L. Rebman ... driver: cast
David Shaffer ... transportation coordinator (as Dave Shafer)

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Craig Cannold ... production accountant
Brett Cranford ... assistant production coordinator
Cris Graves ... production assistant
Luca Kouimelis ... script supervisor
Anthony J. Nahar ... key set production assistant
Frederic Perrin ... caterer
Linda L. Rebman ... assistant to cast
Christopher Stark ... production coordinator
Christine Vertosick ... assistant: Mr. Pressman

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Plot Summary

When a young woman's niece and nephew are threatened with foster care after her sister is hospitalized following yet another overdose, she flees with them until they land in the sleepy town of Bethlehem just before Christmas and a series of kindnesses and coincidences gives the trio a chance at happiness. Written by Anonymous

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Also Known As
  • Hallmark Hall of Fame: A Season for Miracles (#49.2) (United States)
  • Una época para los milagros (Spain)
  • Csodák ideje (Hungary)
  • Сезон чудес (Russia)
  • Сезонът на чудесата (Bulgaria, Bulgarian title)
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  • 100 min
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Trivia This was the 203rd Hallmark Hall of Fame (1951) television presentation. See more »
Goofs After Nathan convinces Emilie to give him and the town two weeks, there is a montage of scenes implying the passage of time. However, in the final scene after the montage ends when Nathan comes out of the house and they're all admiring the lights, it's the same day as the day he convinced her to stay for two weeks. Also during the montage you see the Christmas tree up without any decorations; however, previously, when Alexander Foster shows up at her door, the tree is there and fully decorated. See more »
Movie Connections Edited into Hallmark Hall of Fame (1951). See more »
Quotes Alanna: Why didn't we stay on the highway?
Emilie: I thought you two would like to see the countryside. Ain't it pretty?
Alanna: Is it because you thought the police might be after us?
Emilie: You're a little too smart for your own good, you know that?
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