November Christmas...A Hallmark Movie With A Message
Hallmark Hall of Fame's 241st presentation, November Christmas, had its world premiere when it aired last night. The movie is based on the story of a family struggling to deal with the illness of their young daughter. Their neighbors and, in the end, an entire town come together to help them in their time of need. It is a heartwarming film, which will pull on your heartstrings.
I cannot say it any better than the actress who played the mother in the movie:
"The story itself is about community," Sarah Paulson says, "about this small town and how everybody comes together for our daughter, so this child can have one day of complete happiness. It's a really beautiful, uplifting, heartwarming story."
November Christmas aired on the CBS television network on Sunday, November 28, 2010. Filmed in Wolfville, Nova Scotia, Canada, it featured a cast that included John Corbett, Sam Elliott, Karen Allen, Sarah Paulson and Emily Alyn Lind.
November Christmas is based on a short story written by Greg Coppa and is not really a typical Christmas movie, as it takes place in August and includes the celebration of Halloween and Christmas in that season. It is, however, another quietly beautiful Hallmark movie with a theme that is certainly worthy of being celebrated in the Christmas season.
On this page, find more information about November Christmas and some answers to questions you might have about the movie like where you can buy it or who sang that amazingly beautiful song...
Fast Facts About November Christmas
- ACTORS: John Corbett, Sam Elliott, Karen Allen, Sarah Paulson, Emily Alyn Lind and Max Charles
- ORIGINAL RELEASE DATE: November 28, 2010
- DVD RELEASE DATE: November, 2010
- WRITERS: Screenplay by WP'Nenah Goldstein based on short story by Greg Coppa
- RUNTIME: 110 minutes
- RATING: Not rated.
Where Can I Watch The November Christmas Trailer? - Why right here, of course!
Buy November Christmas from Amazon
Can I Buy The Soundtrack For November Christmas?
The score or soundtrack of November Christmas was beautiful. Particularly noteworthy, at least for me, was the song sang by Celtic folk singer, Kate Rusby called, 'The Wild Goose.'
As far as I can tell, there is no movie score or soundtrack available for November Christmas. However, you can download Rusby's The Wild Goose from Amazon or you can buy Kate Rusby's album '10,' which features her new version of The Wild Goose I assume in conjunction with November Christmas. See all of her albums on Amazon by clicking right here.
Kate Rusby's Album Which Features The Wild Goose From November Christmas
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Did you watch November Christmas? What did you think?ts
Treasures By Brenda (author) from Canada on January 14, 2014:
@mommyplus3kids: If you were able to see it, I hope you enjoyed it!
mommyplus3kids on November 14, 2013:
I have not seen it, but now definitely will. Thanks for sharing.
anonymous on December 09, 2012:
A very inspirational lens.
anonymous on December 05, 2012:
I am 65 years pld and watch a lot of Hallmark Movies. November Christmas reminds me about what this country was like in the 59's and 60's. How people really cared about one another. Our existence today however is only about Hate and Greed and will eventually destroy us. SAD
Fay Favored from USA on November 27, 2012:
I just saw this the other day. It was a good movie and had a nice ending.
CoolFool83 on November 23, 2012:
I'll have to check it out!
Cynthia Sylvestermouse from United States on January 02, 2012:
I love the Hallmark movies! I have no ideal how I have missed this one. I will have to watch for it now and be sure to watch it when it comes on again. Thanks for the recommendation!
moonlitta on December 18, 2010:
Hello to a Hallmark fan! I also love "sad movies" and the accent Hallmark productions have on family and values. Happy Holidays!
Loretta from United States on December 16, 2010:
I remember seeing the previews for this movie, but couldn't let myself watch it, I could barely get through the commercials without turning into a crying bubbling mess!
SofiaMann on December 15, 2010:
Thanks for the idea. Sounds like a spectacular movie.
MargoPArrowsmith on December 15, 2010:
Sam Elliot and John Corbett! In the same movie! Wow!
Ruth Coffee from Zionsville, Indiana on December 15, 2010:
Certainly looks good, I'll have to check it out.
anonymous on December 15, 2010:
Hallmark put's out some very impressive theatrical productions.
Mona from Iowa on December 11, 2010:
I missed it too but hopefully they'll run it again. They usually do. It looks really good and has some of my favorite actors in it. :)
Susan Deppner from Arkansas USA on December 02, 2010:
I missed it, but I'm sure it's an excellent movie since it's presented by Hallmark.
GrowWear on November 29, 2010:
Watched November Christmas last night. Good acting, and could not keep a dry eye. Really enjoyed it. Hallmark did it again.
anonymous on November 29, 2010:
Yes I watched it... One of the best movies I've seen in awhile... I would love to see it again... A real tear jeeker...
kimmanleyort on November 29, 2010:
I have not seen a Hallmark movie in ages, but you've made me want to see this one. Excellent review as always and a reminder of the true meaning of Christmas! ** Blessed **
Joan4 on November 29, 2010:
NOvember Christmas looks like another one I need to add to my list!
Dianne Loomos on November 29, 2010:
It was on last night and I missed it! This is one I wanted to see. Not sure who Sam Elliott is but if you girls like him I'm good with that.
momto4 lm on November 29, 2010:
I watched it last night. It's a great movie!! Definitely worth seeing.
Treasures By Brenda (author) from Canada on November 29, 2010:
@tandemonimom lm: Carma, I'd have to agree...I thought Sam Elliott was superb in this movie. Perfectly cast and perfectly played.
tandemonimom lm on November 29, 2010:
I'll watch just about anything with Sam Elliott in it! ;-)