Hallmark Channel’s Christmas List is a remarkable new movie that will debut this Friday during the channel’s “Five-Night Thanksgiving Event” in conjunction with “Countdown to Christmas.” Christmas List, also known as Christmas Bucket List, is based on the novella by Ella Fairlie. Written by Paul A. Kaufman and written by Duane Poole, the Hallmark movie is about a fashion designer who wants to fulfill her childhood Christmas bucket list during the holiday vacation. It stars Alicia Witt and Gabriel Hogan.
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Synopsis: Christmas List Movie On Hallmark
Isobel Gray is excited about the upcoming holidays. Her favorite holiday of the year is Christmas, and she plans to do everything possible to enjoy this season of jolly. When she locates a box filled with trinkets and memos from her childhood, she discovers an old list of things that she wanted to do for Christmas as a child.
Now, she plans on doing all of them and creating the most wonderful and perfect Christmas imaginable. It will be especially delightful to spend it with her one true love, Brett Bishop, who also happens to be Isobel’s boss. A talented fashion designer, Isobel has a natural zest for life. Unlike Brett, who doesn’t seem particularly excited to go on this trip. And when he is called away to a business meeting for the company, he opts out of the Christmas vacation, leaving Isobel to go alone.
Isobel refuses to cancel her dream Christmas vacation just because Brett chooses business first as usual. With her bags packed, Isobel heads off to the charming town of Falls River, Oregon, where she stays in a snow-capped cottage that is nestled in a beautifully decorated and picturesque town. It looks just l= which matches the picture in her head.
She’s also determined to by a real Christmas tree at the local lot, where she meets Jamie Houghton, a handsome contractor who volunteers as a fireman in his spare time. After learning about her Christmas bucket list, Jamie tries to help her complete as many of the “to do’s” as possible. The bucket list includes singing Christmas carols, ice skating, buying a real Christmas tree, and taking a picture with Santa.
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Through her contact with Jamie, she learns how to let herself go without planning every detail. Soon a new romance starts to heat up just as Brett finally makes it into town.
However, when it appears that Brett is less than happy to be in Falls River, Isobel realizes for the first time that there is a total disconnect between what she desires and what Brett ultimately wants.
Along with Christmas List‘s story line, the sparkling colors of pink, green, blue, and gold that outline the movie’s background, are especially inviting. In addition to the colorful backdrop, bright-colored gingerbread houses outfitted with candy canes are also a treat.
Actress Alicia Witt
For Christmas, actress Alicia Witt loves chunky chocolate cookies with delicious almonds. Her favorite decoration is one from her childhood, which is a giant slay with The Grinch sitting inside of it. Below the following bio information is available about Alicia Witt. The information is via Hallmark Channel.
“Witt is currently appearing and singing on ABC’s hit drama series ‘Nashville’ as country star Autumn Chase. Other significant roles that fans may recognize Witt from include Showtime’s ‘House of Lies,’ NBC’s Emmy® Award winning ‘Friday Night Lights,’ CBS’s ‘The Mentalist’ and NBC’s ‘Law & Order: Criminal Intent,’ alongside Chris Noth. She spent 4 years on the CBS hit show ‘Cybill’ and has appeared on the HBO series ‘The Sopranos,’ CBS’s ‘Two and a Half Men,’ ‘Ally Mcbeal,’ and David Lynch’s ‘Twin Peaks.'”
Hallmark viewers will take pleasure in seeing the sparkling colors of pink, green, blue, and gold.
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Filmed in the United States, Christmas List is produced by Kaufman/Plager Productions and CBL Productions. Executive producers are Paul. A. Kaufman, Joey Plager, and Shawn Williamson.
Whisk yourselves away to the most comfortable spot in your home and tune into Christmas List this Friday, November 25, at 8/7 p.m. Central on the Hallmark Channel.
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