Four Heartwarming Holiday Movies the Whole Family will Enjoy!
Starring Susan Sarandon, Penelope Cruz, Alan Arkin
(2004) Color PG
Joy is just around the corner when Susan Sarandon, Penelope Cruz, Paul Walker, and Alan Arkin fill out an all-star cast in this holiday classic. As five strangers come together on Christmas Eve, a story of peace, companionship, comfort, love, and healing unfolds against the backdrop of New York City. Noel, with its stunning cast and inspirational story, proves miracles are closer than you think.
A Christmas Without Snow
Starring Michael Learned, John Houseman, James Cromwell
(1980) Color TV-PG
A divorced woman moves to a new city with her child, trying to build her life again. She joins the choir of a local church but has some personality conflicts with the choirmaster, a curmudgeonly old gentleman who will accept nothing but perfection from his group. As Christmas approaches and the choir practices for a big show and the director pushes them all to their emotional limits, she contemplates quitting the group.
Little Women: Jo’s Story
Starring Marry Sinclair, John Baragrey, Elizabeth Patterson
(1950) B&W TV-G
Jo’s story is one of adventure and love. When Jo misses out on a trip to Europe, sh decides to move to New York to become a writer. While in New York she find some success and meets the love of her life, a literature professor. Jo’s Story is part of an Emmy Winning TV series that featured performances from some of the top talent that Broadway and Hollywood had to offer like Mary Sinclair, Nancy Marchand and John Brooke.
Little Women: Meg’s Story
Starring John Baragrey, Henry Bernard, June Dayton
(1950) B&W TV-G
Meg’s story is about family, perseverance and unconditional love. Meg’s father goes off to fight in the civil war leaving her and her sisters to run the household. While her father is away, Meg falls in love with her neighbor and agrees to marry him. They try to keep their engagement a secret but eventaully they are discovered.