Twice Upon a Christmas

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Not to be confused with Mickey's Twice Upon a Christmas.
Twice Upon a Christmas
Twice Upon a Christmas DVD cover.jpg
DVD cover
Directed by Tibor Takács
Starring Kathy Ireland
John Dye
Matthew Walker
Country of origin US
Original language(s) English
Production
Running time 90 min.
Chronology
Preceded by Once Upon a Christmas

Twice Upon A Christmas is a 2001 sequel to the PAX television film, Once Upon A Christmas. The filming location was in Vancouver, British Columbia. It is directed by Tibor Takács and stars most of the original cast from the first film. As of 2009, it is shown in the 25 Days of Christmas programming block on ABC Family.

Plot[edit]

After Kristin saved Kyle's life, she has been living with the Morgan family ever since. Unfortunately, she cannot remember her past, and has lost her immortality. Bill proposes to her, but she declines, as she says she doesn't feel right about the decision without knowing her family. At the North Pole, Rudolpha is secretly selling pieces of the North Pole worldwide to get rid of the North Pole, and to make Santa Claus feel he is being replaced. As Kristin is preparing her wedding with Bill, Brittany and Kyle, Bill's two children, order from Rudolpha's business, and unknowingly receive Kristin's doll from when she was a little girl. After Kristin sees the doll, she immediately remembers her past, as flashbacks are shown of her life until then (with many taken from Once Upon a Christmas.) After Kristin sees Rudolpha's commercial, she and the children discover Rudolpha's plan, and head for the North Pole to try to save Christmas. With a special announcement the pieces are returned and Christmas saved. Rudolpha must ride since the deers have not come back. Kristen and Bill get married.

Cast[edit]

Actor Role
Kathy Ireland Kristin Claus
John Dye Bill Morgan
Matthew Walker Santa Claus
Mary Donnelly Haskell Rudolpha Claus
Wayne Thomas Yorke Uncle Johnny
Robin Avery Sandman
Rebecca Toolan-doka Clara Claus
Kirsten Prout Brittany Morgan
James Kirk Kyle Morgan
Arturo Gil Wahoo
Rachelle Carson Harley Jones
Liz Torres The Tooth Fairy

Creative Credits[edit]

Director Tibor Takacs
Writer Steven H. Berman
Music Alex Khaskin

Guy Zerafa

Michael Reno

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