A two-hour backdoor pilot of the TV series with the same name that focuses on four postal workers who take it upon themselves to track down intended recipients of undeliverable mail.

Director:

Scott Smith

Writers:

Martha Williamson, Brandi Harkonen (story editor)
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Eric Mabius ... Oliver O'Toole
Kristin Booth ... Shane McInerney
Yan-Kay Crystal Lowe ... Rita Haywith (as Crystal Lowe)
Geoff Gustafson ... Norman Dorman
Daphne Zuniga ... Andrea Shmeckle
Laci J Mailey ... Kelly
Benjamin Hollingsworth ... Charlie (as Ben Hollingsworth)
Dee Jay Jackson Dee Jay Jackson ... Taxi Driver
Victor Ayala ... Barista
Michael Karl Richards ... Cameron
Samuel Hartley Samuel Hartley ... Little Boy
Scott Rintoul Scott Rintoul ... Male Traveler
Tracy Trueman ... Mother
Larke Miller ... Eleanor
Kelly-Ruth Mercier ... Charlie's Neighbor
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Storyline

In this prequel to the series, old-fashioned gentleman Oliver O'Toole's well-oiled team for lost letters is accidentally joined by ambitious Internet age postal Shane McInerney. They bond over the tragic case of a couple in the making. A year ago, charming law firm office boy Charlie quit his demeaning dogsbody job after falling in love at first sight with Kelly. She accepted to spend a perfect day with him, yet refused to meet again. As the team traces the couple's year since, tragedy is found for both, yet they hope to help them get together, or at least prevent suffering a tragic injustice. Written by KGF Vissers

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Comedy | Drama

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Not Rated

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Shown in the UK by Channel 5 on 23 June 2015 under the title "Lost Letter Mysteries" See more »

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Oliver: The thoughtfully composed, well considered addressed stamped, professionally postmarked and personally delivered letter is still the gold standard of human intercourse. God is in his universe and all is right in the world.
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Followed by Signed, Sealed, Delivered (2014) See more »

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I like the story line, but cast needs to gel...
2 November 2013 | by ilenehSee all my reviews

This movie script is sort of a rip-off of "Dear God," a 1996 movie starring Greg Kinnear. (http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0116059/?ref_=nm_flmg_act_44) I happen to love that movie, so I'm not upset that someone chose to update the story and add a new twist.

I also like Eric Mabius, but found his performance in Signed, Sealed, and Delivered a bit wooden and forced. He overacted the role of being a sort of OCD-ish boss. The cast didn't seem to gel as quickly, as the cast in Dear God did. I hope Hallmark gives this cast an opportunity to find its "ensemble" quality.

I look forward to Hallmark making this into a series, because I think it would be very entertaining. I love non-violent programming and this dead letter story line offers a lot of opportunity to produce some creative stories for the whole family.

I hope Hallmark expands Kristen Booth's Shane character to add that subtle humor as Tim Conway did in Dear God.


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Language:

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Release Date:

12 October 2013 (USA) See more »

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Signed Sealed Delivered See more »

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