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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!

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Cindy is sifting through her deceased father's personal effects when she uncovers a family secret, her adoption.
Jim-Bob returns from the service with expectations of a leisurely life, Mamie and Emily stumble onto the room where their grandfather brewed his "recipe."
Rose's old beau returns to Waltons Mountain to start a new life, Jason hires a country singer to help business at the inn.
When a new minister reopens the Baptist church, Toni tells the Waltons she is Jewish.
There's money for farm land, but nothing left over for a plow and seed.
A lesson about snobbery awaits the Ingalls girls on their first day at school.
After his crop is destroyed by hail, Charles (Michael Landon) hits the road in a search for work.
Caroline (Karen Grassle) turns matchmaker when Charles brings home their bachelor neighbor from Kansas.
Laura (Melissa Gilbert) fancies a shy new classmate who seems to have eyes only for Mary (Melissa Sue Anderson).
A whimsical woman and her daughter bring a circus to town.
A white woman who grew up among the Indians finds a kindred soul in Sully, Jakes appeal to Dorothy's heart bothers Loren.
Mike works very closely with Rev. Johnson to find homes for orphans who come to town.
Mike and Sully spy on buffalo soldiers who are seeking to engage the Cheyenne.
Jim-Bob returns from the service with expectations of a leisurely life, Mamie and Emily stumble onto the room where their grandfather brewed his "recipe."
Rose's old beau returns to Waltons Mountain to start a new life, Jason hires a country singer to help business at the inn.
When a new minister reopens the Baptist church, Toni tells the Waltons she is Jewish.
To gather her family together, elderly Amy Hearn fakes her death and arranges for a wake on her 80th birthday.
A twisted ankle gives Laura insight into the plight of a disabled schoolmate (Kim Richards).
Inexperienced Mr. Edwards (Victor French) baby-sits with the girls while their parents are away for a few days.
Substitute teacher Caroline finds her biggest challenge in a shy teenager who never learned to read or write.
Although her father advises against it, Laura tries to tame a raccoon.
An ambitious attorney (Daphne Zuniga) awakes in an alternate reality as a wife and mother of two.
Corabeth's visiting sister turns out to be the freewheeling opposite of her sister.