The DLO postals give testimony before a closed Congressional committee regarding an American soldier missing in action and presumed dead whose daughter they met previously. At the same time...
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The POstables are on a mission to deliver a soldier's letter from Afghanistan to a teenager who's being relentlessly bullied, while Oliver's estranged father surprises him with news that shakes him to his core.
A woman requests a letter to her ex be retrieved because it contains a valuable lottery ticket. Meanwhile Oliver and Shane struggle to navigate their new romance; and Norman and Rita encounter a rough patch in their relationship.
When the beloved quartet of postal detectives- Oliver (Mabius), Shane (Booth), Rita (Lowe) and Norman (Gustafson)-discover an urgent letter written to God, they delay their own travel plans... See full summary »
The Postables take a road trip in an old Winnebago in order to track down a small boy who they fear may have been kidnapped. The discovery of a 1980's era instant camera and the unusual ... See full summary »
It's one week before Christmas in the small, generally quiet town of Eden Lake, Minnesota. After not pursuing romance for most of her adult life, Hannah Swensen, owner/operator of Hannah's ... See full summary »
The DLO postals give testimony before a closed Congressional committee regarding an American soldier missing in action and presumed dead whose daughter they met previously. At the same time Rita participates in the national Miss Special Delivery pageant.
At the last scene of the movie the missing soldier, portrayed by actor Tammy Gillis, is returned to her family at an airport. A large American flag is hanging vertically on the outside wall of a hanger. The flag is improperly orientated with the blue field of stars to the right. When the flag is displayed the blue field is always to be to the viewers left, just as when it is flying on a pole. When displayed properly in the vertical orientation it does look backwards to many people, which could explain the mistake, also that the film was made in Canada. See more »
Great screen chemistry between Eric Mabius and Kristin Booth
What's not to like? The story line was excellent. The entire cast especially the four lead characters, Eric Mabius, Kristin Booth, Crystal Lowe, and Geoff Gustafson each with their own unique and quirky personality that adds significant depth to not only this particular made for TV movie, but to the television series. Additionally, the special guest stars such as Mark Valley, Zak Santiago, William B. Davis (Mr. Cancer from the X-Files), and Tammy Gillis make this once in a lifetime film both joyful and heart breaking.
Ms. Shullivan and I like the concept of this force of four (4) special post office agents whose job it is to find the desired owners of a letter that is not clearly addressed through the U.S. postal system. Each story in this series is a stand alone story and I give the highest praise to both the writers and editors who have to contain these special stories within a 45-90 minute time line.
We laughed, we cried, and we were truly inspired. As I said.... "what's not to like?" I give this episode a rewarding 9 out of 10 score. Keep up the great work! We want to see more and more of this series.
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