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A Christmas Visitor (2002)

A Christmas Visitor (2002)

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William Devane and Meredith Baxter star in this sentimental made-for-cable drama as John and Carol Boyajian, a couple facing a bleak Christmas due to a surfeit of personal tragedy. Having already lost their son in Operation Desert Storm, the Boyajians must now confront the possibility that their daughter has cancer. Rather than wallow in grief, John and Carol are doggedly determined to celebrate their first Christmas in 11 years; but as the holiday approaches, their hope and perseverance rapidly deteriorate. The couple's faith is ultimately restored by the arrival of a mysterious "guest" who may not be precisely what he claims to be. The Christmas Visitor debuted December 21, 2002, on the Hallmark Channel.

Cast

William Devane
as George Boyajian
Meredith Baxter
as Carol Boyajian
Reagan Pasternak
as Jean Boyajian
Aaron Ashmore
as John Boyajian
Richard Blackburn
as Larry Williamson
Judy Sinclair
as Mary Simpson
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Film 19 with 11 more to go before Christmas. This film should be seen by anyone who has lost a loved one around this time of the year. An excellent movie that tells the tale of a family who lost there son in Desert Storm and was give the news on Christmas Eve. Its been 10 long years since they celebrated Christmas, the father decides its time they stropped morning and had a Christmas, when a visitor shows up, who is he a Angel, his son???? This is one you don't want to miss just have the tissues ready. 5 Stars

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