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Here are the movies on Ovation's 12 Days of Christmas:

  • Eve’s Christmas (2004 film):
  • A successful career woman gets a second chance in life when a magical wish transports her back in time eight years to when she walked away from her fiance to lead a business life in New York. Starring Elise Donovan.

  • An Accidental Christmas (2007 film):
  • A separated couple (Cynthia Gibb, David Millbern) is tricked by their kids into spending Christmas together.

  • Christmas Caper (2007 film):
  • A thief heads to her hometown in Connecticut to lay low over Christmas. Can the spirit of the holiday, combined with a stint babysitting her niece and nephew, rid her of her wicked ways? Starring Shannen Doherty.

  • I Saw Mommy Kissing Santa Claus (2002 film):
  • Justin fears that his parents will get a divorce after he spied his mom kissing Santa Claus last Christmas. Justin sets out to prevent Santa Claus from coming back this year. Starring Cole and Dylan Sprouse.

  • Chasing Christmas (2005 film):
  • In a world where the holidays are run by the efficient Bureau of Yuletide Affairs, a bitter and burned out Ghost of Christmas Past decides to go AWOL while on a “mission” and leave his “target” stranded in 1965. Starring Tom Arnold, Andrea Roth, Leslie Jordan.

  • 12 Dogs of Christmas (2006 film):
  • A widowed and out of work father reluctantly sends his daughter (Jordan-Claire Green) to stay with her aunt in a town that has outlawed dogs. On her way to school one day she finds a puppy and decides to keep it, despite the dog catcher close on her tail. She now has to get to the bottom of what is happening to all the dogs and at the same time charm the mayor with the most memorable Christmas pageant the town has ever seen.

  • His and Her Christmas (2005 film):
  • Two newspaper columnists (Dina Meyer, David Sutcliffe) have a battle of the sexes at Christmas in a small town.

  • A Merry Murdoch Christmas (2015 Murdoch Mysteries special):
  • While investigating the murder of a rich benefactor and the theft of children’s presents at a Christmas charity pageant, Murdoch (Yannick Bisson) discovers suggestions that a Christmas monster, a Krampus, may be involved.

  • Crazy for Christmas (2005 film):
  • A single mom (Andrea Roth) who’d rather spend Christmas Eve with her son is hired by a lonely eccentric with plans to spread Christmas cheer. Also starring Yannick Bisson (Murdoch Mysteries).

  • A Christmas Grace (2014 film):
  • The story of two rival store owners during Christmas time. One runs an honest business and is good to his customers, while the other is a ruthless businessman who will stop at nothing to eliminate his competition.

  • A Frosty Affair (2017 film):
  • In this romantic comedy, a small town community teacher (Jewel Staite) is on her way to the city for her wedding when a blizzard strikes and she finds herself snowed in. On her quest to get back home, an unlikely adventure with a lumberjack leaves her questioning her future wedding plans.

  • Deck the Halls (2005 film):
  • In the tradition of such classic films as Miracle on 34th St, a hip eccentric marketing genius teaches a widow and her son the miracle of Christmas. Starring Gabrielle Carteris.

  • Home for the Holidays (2005 film):
  • : A loving aunt struggles to adopt her young relatives after their parents die in an accident. Starring Sean Young.

  • I Saw Mommy Kissing Santa Claus (2002 film):
  • Justin fears that his parents will get a divorce after he spied his mom kissing Santa Claus last Christmas. Justin sets out to prevent Santa Claus from coming back this year. Starring Cole and Dylan Sprouse.



    and the Battle of Nutcrackers on Ovation's 12 Days of Christmas:

  • The Nutcracker: Czech National Ballet (2017) 🇨🇿
  • Artistic Director Petr Zuska brings new life and a modern flavor to the beloved classic ballet. In this new staging, the scenery and costumes erupt into an explosion of colors.

  • The Nutcracker: Opernhaus Zurich (2018)🇨🇭
  • Choreographer Christian Spuck puts The Nutcracker’s literary origin in Romanticism front and center in his adaptation. He brings back the fairytale of the princess Pirlipat, who turns into a nut monster, and plays with the characters’ absurdity and overwrought humor.

  • The Nutcracker: Mariinsky (2012) 🇷🇺
  • This version of the Nutcracker from the Mariinsky Theatre in St Petersburg, the first home to the Christmas classic, features the original score of Tchaikovsky, the renowned choreography from Vainonen, and the magnificent set design by Virsaladze. With deliberate and flawless performances by Alina Somova and Vladimir Shklyarov along with Valery Gergiev steady hand as conductor, this production will transport you back to 1892.

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