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Preview - Holiday Movies

Tune in for holiday movies every night at 9pm/8c on Hallmark Drama all season long!

Tune in for holiday movies every night at 9pm/8c on Hallmark Drama all season long!

A few turns on Ike's motorcycle and Jim-Bob is ready to enter a race.
John's 90-year-old aunt sours her visit with incessant meddling.
A Christmas Eve snowstorm separates the Waltons on the holiday.
A candidate for sheriff showers the Waltons with largess to gain John-Boy's paper as a mouthpiece.
A con man makes off with money and goods intended for fire victims in another town.
Mary faces a four-year separation from her fiance, who has been offered a college scholarship.
Laura prepares her horse for the annual race, while Nellie pouts for a thoroughbred.
Nellie falls from her horse after an argument with Laura and takes advantage of Laura's remorse.
While soaping a window on Halloween, Laura is shocked to see Mr. Oleson apparently beheading his wife with a sword.
After his mother's death, Charles goes to Wisconsin to persuade his father to move to Walnut Grove.
Grandfather Ingalls jeopardizes his warming relationship with Laura in the conclusion of a two-part story.
Laura's new pet is an ornery billy goat that she can neither keep nor give away.
Three brothers bully the people of Walnut Grove.
Children get caught in a blizzard on their way home from school.
A derelict with engineering skills may be the only hope of saving Carrie from the depths of a crumbling well.
A school play figures into a plan to coax a widow back into society.
A half-Indian boy faces bigotry when he and his widowed mother move to his grandfather's farm.
Mary has an infection requiring immediate, costly surgery at a distant hospital.
To earn money for Mary's next operation, Charles and Mr. Edwards take a job dynamiting for the railroad.
A youth offers to sell himself into slavery to obtain money for an education.
Nellie blackmails Laura into making fun of a girl who stutters.
As a prank, a gentle, slow-witted boy is nominated to run for class president against Mary and Nellie.
An eccentric, fantasy-prone woman settles down in Walnut Grove.
Grandma threatens to quit the church when she is asked to share the organ-playing.