Mary Christmas (film)

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Mary Christmas
Directed by John Schneider
Written by Stanley M. Brooks
Betty G. Birney
Starring John Schneider
Cynthia Gibb
Jenna Boyd
Tom Bosley
Release date(s) 2002
Language English

Mary Christmas is a 2002 American Christmas movie written by Stanley M. Brooks and Betty G. Birney. It was directed jistars John Schneider. In the movie Joel Wallace, Schneider's character, is a widower raising a nine-year-old daughter Felice. In her Christmas letter to Santa Claus, Felice wishes for a new mommy for Christmas. The letter is intercepted by a local news producer who cancels reporter Mary Maloney's vacation and sends her to investigate the Wallace family as a human interest story. Most of the movie deals with Joel's searching for a new wife that will be Felice's mom. The ending takes a bit of a twist, though, when it turns out that Mary is Felice's birth mother who had given her up for adoption. The movie incorporates a little extra magic with "governor" Les Turner whom Felice thinks is Santa Claus.

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