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A Little Christmas Business: Don Collier has a wonderful life and family, but no time to enjoy either. His impossible boss even has him collecting signatures for a huge project the day before Christmas, but as he goes office to office it seems that every signer is a ghost from his past, and he soon begins to wonder if this is coincidence... or heavenly intervention.

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Ratings: IMDB: 8.3/10 Metascore: N/A RT: N/A
Released: December 05, 2013
Runtime: 75 mins
Genres: Drama Family
Countries: USA
Director: Chuck Walker
Actors: Bo Hopkins Daniel Baldwin Leslie Easterbrook Lorenzo Lamas Tammy Barr

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