When Calls The Heart Hope Valley Christmas Collection (DVD)
A great give for a When Calls the Heart fan! The Hope Valley Christmas Collection includes all 3 movie editions DVDs and the special bonus features.
*When Calls the Heart: Christmas (approx. 84 minutes) – Christmas is coming to Hope Valley, and everyone’s in a festive mood! Returning from their honeymoon, Rosemary and Lee have moved in next door to Elizabeth, who’s busy helping her students mount a nativity play. But when a supply train derails—depriving the town of costumes, food, and presents—will the community’s celebration be ruined?
*When Calls the Heart: The Christmas Wishing Tree (approx. 84 minutes) – Christmas is coming to Hope Valley and the citizens are finding the true meaning of the season through a “wishing tree” that makes their dreams come true! For Elizabeth, it means having Jack back home. Together, they help Robert with a family problem. Meanwhile, Abigail, Bill, and the townspeople work to create a heartwarming holiday parade.
*When Calls the Heart: The Greatest Christmas Wish (approx. 80 minutes) – As Christmas draws closer, a group of orphans and their chaperones are unexpectedly stranded in Hope Valley. But the town with the big heart makes sure their holiday will be extra special. Meanwhile, Elizabeth is missing Jack terribly—and about to give birth. But will a trip to a neighboring town amidst a blinding snowstorm endanger her—and her baby? Original broadcast.
Dove approved. Closed captions.
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SKU (UPC): 853654008645
Produced by: Edify Films
Binding: Video DVD
Published: November 2019
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Publisher: Edify Films Inc.
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