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  • A Season for Miracles was the first time I believe I ever saw David Conrad perform

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      A Season for Miracles is a very sweet film from 1999. It was actually one of the holiday classics done yearly by Hallmark movie, so right there you know that it is a quality production. One of the main reasons I tuned in back then was to see one of my favorites, Patty Duke.

      Patty Duke is a stellar performer. She’s had some difficult personal times, but


      no matter what, it’s never affected her work. Here, she plays an angel of sorts. The bad thing about it is that she’s really not in very much of it. Her scenes are terrific, very fun and in the season, but there are only three or so of them. In other words, she was way underused and that’s a shame.

      A Season for Miracles was the ...


      • first time I believe I ever saw David Conrad perform. He’s the co-star in the very popular Ghost Whisperer TV drama and I’d forgotten he was one of the two main leads in this movie until I saw the rerun of it today. He did a nice job.

        The other lead is Carla Gugino. She’s okay, but a lot of other performers could have done the character.

        The

        story of A Season for Miracles isn’t groundbreaking. It’s an aunt trying to make a family for her sister’s children and finding a home in a small town called Bethlehem. It’s a nice, quiet, delightful holiday special. Don’t expect some deep, intense Emmy-winning anything from the film, but do expect to smile, feel good, and enjoy Christmas. That’s what the movie is about — heart.




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