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  • A Holiday for Love (1996)
  • TV Movie | 105 min | Drama, Family, Romance
A Holiday for Love (1996)
TV Movie | 105 min | Drama, Family, Romance

A man is sent to a small town to assess which of the workers in the local factory that supplies the town with jobs should get the boot when the downsizing begins. He gets sidetracked when he falls in love with a local, a cute single mom.
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Updated Dec 10, 1996

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Dec 10, 1996 (United States)

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25 cast members
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Tim Matheson
Jacob (Jake) Peterson Jacob (Jake) Peterson   See fewer
Melissa Gilbert
Emma Murphy Emma Murphy   See fewer
Michelle Trachtenberg
Noelle Murphy Noelle Murphy   See fewer
Bernard Behrens
Gosling Gosling   See fewer
Chris Makepeace
Joe Marsdon Joe Marsdon   See fewer
Gordon Pinsent
Cal Marsdon Cal Marsdon   See fewer
Travis Tritt
Sheriff Tom Uhll Sheriff Tom Uhll   See fewer
Richard Waugh
Justin Justin   See fewer
Camille James
Katie (as Camille James-Adams) Katie (as Camille James-Adams)   See fewer
George King
George George   See fewer
Ron Payne
Mechanic Mechanic   See fewer
Tom Trouten
Old Farmer Old Farmer   See fewer
Joan Massiah
Hotel Maid Hotel Maid   See fewer
R.D. Reid
Elmore P. Watson (hotel clerk) Elmore P. Watson (hotel clerk)   See fewer
Helen Beavis
Lady at Desk Lady at Desk   See fewer
Anne Marie DeLuise
Betsy (as Anne Marie Loder) Betsy (as Anne Marie Loder)   See fewer
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