Home for the Holidays Trailer

Home for the Holidays Trailer (2005)

15 December 2005 Comedy, Romance 89 mins

After their parents are killed in a terrible accident, the four McMurrin children live with their loving Aunt Martha. Martha wants to adopt the children but the town's bitter old banker stands in their way. However, the children's courage and ingenuity triumph and they become a family just before the holidays.

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Sean Young

as Martha McCarthy

Lucia Walters

as Paige Holloway

Perry King

as Cooper

John Novak

as Sheriff Bob Cutter


International Releases Dates

United States 15 December 2005

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