Hallmark Delivers a 'Christmas Card'

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For soldiers in any era or generation, one of the moments of greatest joy is when the mail arrives -- particularly during the holiday season.

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Elaine

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Dec 13, 2010
 
I have watched this movie 4 times, which is rare for me, but I really like the cast & the setting. I'll watch it again if it comes on in the next couple of weeks.
Barbara Barassi

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#67
Jan 31, 2011
 
Where is the house used in The Christmas Card located?
Barbara Barassi

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#68
Jan 31, 2011
 
Where is the house used in the movie "The Christmas Card", by Hallmark located?
Barbara Barassi

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#69
Feb 2, 2011
 
The Christmas Card is a wonderful family movie. A new tradition in my home is to watch it along with all the other great holiday movies that have been made throughout the years. The small town feeling alone is reason for watching. The story is so very touching; that one persons act of kindness can touch someone in war so very far away. Kind of reminds me of a lot of the old black and white movies made about WW II.
Is the exterior shots of that beautiful home actually in Nevada City or Grass Valley? Interior shots done on a sound stage?
PBColeman

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#70
Jul 15, 2011
 
I started watching this movie in 2006, buy I bought it and watch it throughout the year.

Great story, wonderful location, and realistic actors. Hope there are many sequels.
Brian

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#71
Jul 17, 2011
 
I love this movie, the best christmas feel good story I ever watched in 38 years. I would love to know were the house is located if anyone knows. I plan to visit the town this winter (2011)
Brian

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#72
Aug 30, 2011
 
I love this movie, it's a must see. I plan to visit the town in December 2011. I watch it once a month faithfully. The home is so beautiful I've been searching unsuccessfully to find the location and blueprint to it to build one like it.

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#73
Sep 30, 2011
 
Brian wrote:
I love this movie, it's a must see. I plan to visit the town in December 2011. I watch it once a month faithfully. The home is so beautiful I've been searching unsuccessfully to find the location and blueprint to it to build one like it.
Try to be in Nevada City on a Wednesday evening in
December. That's when we have Victorian Christmas with the streets closed off...it's fun.

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Sep 30, 2011
 
Barbara Barassi wrote:
The Christmas Card is a wonderful family movie. A new tradition in my home is to watch it along with all the other great holiday movies that have been made throughout the years. The small town feeling alone is reason for watching. The story is so very touching; that one persons act of kindness can touch someone in war so very far away. Kind of reminds me of a lot of the old black and white movies made about WW II.
Is the exterior shots of that beautiful home actually in Nevada City or Grass Valley? Interior shots done on a sound stage?
Both the exterior & interior shots are in NC/GV. Read back a page for more info.
Barb

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#75
Nov 27, 2011
 
would love to see a sequel to the christmas card hope they really consider it
anw

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#76
Nov 28, 2011
 
To everyone
HAPPY HOLIDAYS TO YOU AND MANY MANY MORE
Anonymous

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Nov 4, 2012
 
Dallas wrote:
Are there basic floor plans for the family home of the spelman home? It is a beautiful home and I would like to take a look at what other parts of the house look like.
did anyone get an answer for this question? I would like to see these floor plans also for the log home
theresa b

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Nov 5, 2012
 
Lexi wrote:
Does anyone know the music that plays in the background when Cody and Faith dance? I've tried and tried to come up with the name of the song, but have been unsuccessful.
Hi, did you ever find the name of it? All I can remember is what sounds like "Til Im back in your arms once more". Now I'm trying to find it too! Tess
Rich Anderson

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Nov 8, 2013
 
Do you know the address of the family home? I would like to Google Earth it. Thanks.
Jan wrote:
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Not sure, but think I may have found floor plans which are pretty close to the home used in the movie. Take the Mountaineer brand ( mountaineerlog.com )'Overlook' model, but remove the loft to make it only one story. Then add on the deck and garage shown in their 'Berkeley' model.(Actually, logcabins.com has a closer looking garage.)
I've tried taking pictures of the interior of the actual house in the movie, but I keep getting too many reflections or blurry shots. If anyone has been able to get clear photos of those, I'd appreciate receiving them.
Can't say enough about the movie!!!Loved it--and just think---no swearing,nudity,violence,etc. and yet it makes you feel great inside and want to watch it over and over again.
Rich Anderson

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Nov 8, 2013
 
Can someone give me the address of the family home? I want to Google Earth it. They say the real owner is a John Reader. Thanks.
Rich Anderson

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#82
Nov 8, 2013
 
The address of the Spelman family cabin in 'The Christmas Gift' is 12655 Jack Pine Rd, Grass Valley CA.

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