Guess Who's Coming for Christmas? Trailer

Guess Who's Coming for Christmas? Trailer (1990)

23 December 1990 95 mins

The visitor that you might expect for Christmas is not who shows up in this film. Instead, a mysterious stranger (Bridges) befriends a small-town eccentric (Mulligan) and confides in him that he is from another planet.

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Cast

Richard Mulligan

as George Walters

Beau Bridges

as Arnold Zimmerman

Barbara Barrie

as Delores

John Furey

as Michael

Crew

Beth Polson

Beth Polson Executive Producer

International Titles

Guess Who's Coming For Christmas Trailer

International Releases Dates

United States 23 December 1990

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