The Ghosts of Christmas Eve

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The Ghosts of Christmas Eve
Directed by Hart Perry
Produced by Paul O'Neill, Taro Meyer, Michael Owen
Music by Paul O'Neill, Robert Kinkel, Jon Oliva
Distributed by Fox Family
Running time 46 minutes

The Ghosts of Christmas Eve is a 1999 made-for-TV movie showcasing a Christmas music performance by Trans-Siberian Orchestra, starring Ossie Davis and Allie Sheridan with guest performers Michael Crawford and Jewel. Other performers include Bob Kinkel, Al Pitrelli, Chris Caffery, Johnny Lee Middleton, Jeff Plate, Tony Gaynor, Daryl Pediford and Tommy Farese. The songs are presented in such a way as to form a storyline about a runaway who takes refuge in an abandoned theatre on Christmas Eve, and experiences the musical performances as ghostly visions from the theatre's past. Ossie Davis as the caretaker and Allie Sheridan (Schenectady, NY) as the runaway, are used to fill out the narrative. The special was filmed at the historic Loew's Jersey Theatre in Jersey City, New Jersey.

It premiered on Fox Family on December 14, 1999 as part of their 25 Days of Christmas programming block. On November 13, 2001, it was released on DVD with the Timeless Version of Christmas Eve/Sarajevo 12/24 included as a bonus track.

The lost child, Allie Sheridan, would go on to perform with TSO during their 2003 tour.

List of Songs[edit]

  1. O Come All Ye Faithful / O Holy Night
  2. Good King Joy
  3. Hark! The Herald Angels Sing (featuring Jewel)
  4. Christmas Eve/Sarajevo 12/24
  5. Christmas Canon
  6. O Holy Night (featuring Michael Crawford)
  7. Music Box Blues
  8. Promises To Keep
  9. This Christmas Day
  10. First Snow

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