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Next Stop, Christmas ()


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Angie is determined to spend Christmas alone but her usual commuter ride turns into a Christmas train that drops her off in her home town in 2011.

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Angie Reynolds
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Ben Lee
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Aunt Myrt
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Tyler Grant
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Kristen
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Peter
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George Reynolds
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Train Conductor
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Sabrina Navarro
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Pedestrian
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Henrik (Kid)
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Commuter Train Conductor
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Bartender
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Restaurant Customer
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Townfolk
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Waitress
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Waitstaff
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Kris Kringle (archiveFootage)
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Waitress
Laura Lynn Salerno ...
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Evelyn Reynolds
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Chloe
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Choir Kid
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Choir Kid
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Henrik
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Choir Child
Donn Weber ...
Restaurant Guest
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Townsfolk (uncredited)
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Christmas Tree Lot Patron (uncredited)
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Tree lighting attendee (uncredited)

Directed by

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Dustin Rikert ... (directed by)

Written by

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Samantha DiPippo ... (concept)
 
Andrew Gernhard ... (concept)
 
Christy O'Connor ... (concept)
 
Duane Poole ... ()

Produced by

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Andrew Gernhard ... executive producer
Devyn Isaacson ... line producer
Dustin Rikert ... producer
Colin Theys ... producer

Music by

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Tommy Fields ... (music by)

Cinematography by

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Michael Belcher ... director of photography

Film Editing by

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Bryan Capri ... (edited by)

Editorial Department

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Danielle Capri ... Second Assistant Editor
Ryan Gay ... digital intermediate conform / first assistant editor
James Honaker ... digital intermediate colorist

Casting By

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Tracy Kilpatrick

Set Decoration by

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Katherine Horwich

Costume Design by

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Keith Nielsen

Makeup Department

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Averi Lee ... key makeup artist
Paige Lyon ... hair department head
Jackie Zbuska ... makeup department head

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

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Phillip Rush ... first assistant director
Brien Slate ... second assistant director

Art Department

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Stanley L. Chen ... Lead Man
Steven James Coelho ... set dresser
Mark D'Agostino ... set dresser
Irena Hadzi Dordevic ... art coordinator
Daniel Koenig ... property master
Erich Schaffer ... set decorator/dresser
Daisy Talley ... props
Michael George Weber ... set dresser

Sound Department

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Ignacio Bonet ... dialogue editor
Yuri Pridachin ... foley artist / foley supervisor
Joe Quartararo ... boom operator
Brian Quill ... re-recording mixer
Jose Ramirez ... sound mixer
Eric Stern ... adr mixer / sound designer
Jen-Chun Chao ... additional sound editor (uncredited)

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DexMob ... visual effects
Brandon Johnson ... visual effects producer
Elisa Logan ... visual effects producer
Dmitriy Molokovskikh ... visual effects artist
Borko Panov ... visual effects artist
Piotr Smorawski ... visual effects artist

Camera and Electrical Department

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Garland Berenzy ... gaffer
Robert Clark ... still photographer
Tristan Clubb ... second assistant camera
Dante Haughton ... Best Electric
Adam Reichardt ... best boy grip
Paul Stenko ... second assistant camera

Casting Department

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Alice M. Peschl ... local casting associate

Costume and Wardrobe Department

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Allison Kirstukas ... assistant costume designer
Molly Morgan ... tailor
Sarah Scepansky ... set costumer
Spencer Swindon ... set costumer

Location Management

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Drew Ellison ... location production assistant
Nicholas Moore ... location manager
Chris Olney ... assistant location manager

Music Department

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Aaron Monty ... music clearance

Script and Continuity Department

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Hector Jimenez ... script supervisor

Additional Crew

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Kaitie Dilan ... office production assistant
Samantha DiPippo ... network executive
James Glorioso Jr. ... covid compliance officer
Kaitlin Kowalik ... First Team Production Assistant
Kevin Morrison ... production assistant
Joe Narode ... Set Supervisor
Ashton O'Brien ... set production assistant
Erika Svensson ... production coordinator
Veronica Wood ... Testing Coordinator

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David & Virginia Wiese ... very special thanks

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Storyline

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Plot Summary

Surgeon Angie prepares to spend another Christmas alone on call for the hospital. However she nods off on the commuter train home and when she wakes up she's in her home town ten years earlier. After she's recovered from the shock, she realizes that she now can make some different choices in life and that the right actions might give her the ticket back to the future. But should she accept the proposal from the handsome sports commentator Tyler this time? Can she save her parents failed marriage? And what about her friend Ben? And if she manages to come back, what will her life look like? Written by Johan Hammar

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Taglines All Aboard for Holiday Romance See more »
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Also Known As
  • A Holiday in Harlem (United States)
  • A Holiday in Harlem (Indonesia, English title)
  • Prochain arrêt, Noël (France)
  • Próxima Parada: Natal (Brazil)
  • A Holiday in Harlem (United Arab Emirates)
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Runtime
  • 84 min
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Did You Know?

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Trivia This is the seventh movie in which good friends Christopher Lloyd and Lea Thompson have co-starred. Ms. Thompson thinks it's funny that in all seven movies, they've never spoken directly to each other. See more »
Goofs When the family is decorating their Christmas tree Henrik is told that he can hang the first ornament. However, when he is shown hanging the ornament other ornaments are already hanging on the tree. See more »
Movie Connections Referenced in Rob McElhenney/Ariana DeBose/Sting (2021). See more »
Soundtracks Winter Wonderland See more »
Quotes Aunt Myrt: I didn't even know they were dating.
Angie Reynolds: Oh. It's an, it's a new thing. I don't think its serious Aunt Myrt.
Aunt Myrt: Hm. Funny. I always thought you and Ben would wind up together.
Angie Reynolds: You too. Maybe I need to get us t-shirts that say just friends.
Aunt Myrt: [chuckles] The very best relationships start out that way. My late husband was my best friend before we were married.
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