Holiday Four-Film Collector's Set: Volume One (Angel in the Family / A Christmas Visitor / What I Did for Love / Silent Night)
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ANGEL IN THE FAMILY
Sarah Bishop (Tracey Needham, TV's Jag) and her estranged sister Beth (Natasha Gregson Wagner, High Fidelity) are reunited after their father Buddy (Ronny Cox, Total Recall) suffers a mild stroke. Buddy, who's never accepted the loss of his wife Lorraine (Meredith Baxter, TV's Family Ties), wants only one thing--to return home for Christmas. With sweet memories of a life gone by, Sarah makes an impossible wish that her mother could be there, too. By morning, it is as if a winter prayer has been answered. Bearing a message of hope, healing, and everlasting love, a miracle has arrived...
WHAT I DID FOR LOVE
Call him a city slicker. Call him a tenderfoot. But don't call him a member of the family--yet.
Rising L.A. lawyer James White (Jeremy London, Gods and Generals) is going home for the holidays with his fiancée, Sadie Ryder, to finally meet her family in rural Pine Gap. After blundering through a bad first impression, James attempts to win over Sadie's lawyer-loathing father Karl (James Gammon, Cold Mountain) by pretending to be a horse-riding, hay-baling, game-hunting, seasoned square dancer. But a pair of worn jeans and a ten-gallon hat don't make a cowboy, and it's going to take more than mere posturing to charm Mr. Ryder...in fact, it just may take a miracle.
A CHRISTMAS VISITOR
In the small American town of New Chatham, Christmas is approaching for the Boyajian family. But father George (Emmy® and Golden Globe® nominee William Devane, Knots Landing), mother Carol (Emmy® nominee Meredith Baxter, Family Ties), and their daughter, Jean (Reagan Pasternak, Jailbait), have lost the desire to celebrate. Immersed in grief since the death of their son on Christmas Eve 1991, in the Persian Gulf War, George and Carol have forgone the familial comfort and pleasures of the holidays. But this year, George's annual visit to his son's grave has renewed faith in a heartsick father. Splitting logs for a Yule fire and retrieving old ornaments from the attic, George is determined to bring his family together. His wish comes true in ways none of them could have anticipated. It begins when George picks up a young man named Matthew (Dean McDermott, Brian's Song), a hitchhiker presumably without a place to stay. Accepting the generous invitation to spend the night at George's house, Matthew also agrees to a well-intentioned charade: to pretend, for Carol's sake, that he knew their beloved son in the war. But once inside the warmth of the Boyajian home, settled around a festively decorated tree, Matthew has a few surprises in store for all of them--ones that will renew their faith in each other and in the extraordinary miracles of Christmas.
Based on an incredible true story, Silent Night is a tale of nobility and courage that inspires, restores faith, and offers a lesson in the true spirit and meaning of Christmas. On Christmas Eve 1944, in an isolated cabin in Germany's Ardennes forest, three American soldiers and three German soldiers are forced to confront the realities of war, face to face, person to person. What they discover is the true meaning of courage and the true spirit of a blessed night.
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