One Christmas Trailer

One Christmas Trailer (1994)

"One Christmas is a timeless holiday treasure..." 19 December 1994 86 mins

TV film that was to be Katherine Hepburn's last performance. Based on Truman Capote's bittersweet tale of a young boy's adventures with the father he's never known in New Orleans in the 1930s..

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Cast

Katharine Hepburn

as Cornelia Beaumont

Tonea Stewart

as Evangeline

Pat Hingle

as Bus Driver

Marilyn Allen

as Miss Ivy

Mary Lucy Bivins

as Miss Julene

Henderson Gilliland

as Glenn Gilmore

Crew

Tony Bill

Director

Duane Poole

Duane Poole Teleplay

John Davis

John Davis Producer

John Philip Dayton

John Philip Dayton Executive Producer

Merrill H. Karpf

Merrill H. Karpf Executive Producer

Duane Poole

Duane Poole Producer

Van Dyke Parks

Original Music Composer

Donald M. Morgan

Donald M. Morgan Director of Photography

Thomas Del Ruth

Thomas Del Ruth Director of Photography

International Titles

Truman Capote's One Christmas Trailer

International Releases Dates

United States 19 December 1994

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