A Gift Of Love: A Christmas Story
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"A Gift Of Love: A Christmas Story" a.k.a. "The Gift of Love: A Christmas Story" is an American Christmas movie, originally broadcast on CBS as an annual tradition for more than five years, premiering December 20, 1983. It starred Lee Remick, Angela Lansbury & Polly Holliday. It was produced by Dick Atkins and Michael Lepiner; directed by Academy Award winner Delbert Mann; and written by Earl Hamner, Jr., creator of The Waltons and The Homecoming, based on the short story "The Silent Stars Go By" by Bess Streeter Aldrich. The movie was filmed on location in 1983 in Vermont, mainly in Burlington and the charming small town of Chelsea.
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