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A Christmas Visitor (2002)

Movie Summary

The Boyajians have not celebrated Christmas in 11 years. They lost their faith when they lost their son to the Persian Gulf War. Now a stranger, around the same age their son would be, has joined them. Is he a con artist? Or is this young man the miracle their family has desperately needed?

A Christmas Visitor originally premiered on the Hallmark Channel December 21, 2002.

Where can I watch A Christmas Visitor online?

A Christmas Visitor is not currently available to stream online.

Is A Christmas Visitor available to buy on DVD?

Yes
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When will A Christmas Visitor air on TV in 2024?

Not airing this week

This movie normally airs throughout the holiday season on the Hallmark Movies & Mysteries Channel. For a complete schedule of dates and times, please click here.

Year Released

2002

Cast Includes

William Devane (George Boyajian), Meredith Baxter (Carol Boyajian), Dean McDermott (Matthew), Reagan Pasternak (Jean Boyajian), Aaron Ashmore (John Boyajian), Jonathan Whittaker (Tom), Craig Eldridge (Lester), Lindy Booth (Liz), Joan Gregson (Miss Kearney), James Nelligan (Thug)

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A Christmas Visitor Movie Trailer

22 thoughts on “A Christmas Visitor (2002)

  • David Castelli

    Best movie hallmark ever did . Not a veteran and no history of military service in my family , but that ending scene on the highway, I think William Devane says by son, gets me every time . Gut wrenching. Gave the DVD or had friends watch it that just cast believe this was a hallmark movie. They need to do more like these

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  • Always enjoy watching a Christmas Visitor, ended up ordering if.
    My favorite.
    Being a veteran it has a special meaning especially at this time of the year

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    • Instead of mass producing new xmas movies every year with the same boring storyline. Why not just show the really good older ones at a time when people can actually watch them. There are so many I cant even name them all here but The Christmas Visitor, Christmas card, Heavenly Christmas, Borrowed Hearts, A Vert Merry Mix Up, all the Mrs Miracle ones (with Doris Roberts) The Christmas Box..to name a few. I have seen Fallen Angel, A Season for Miracles and Holiday Engagement so good job showing those. Thanks

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      • JoAnn Roberts

        I think as you do. The new movies aren’t that good . The old ones are great.

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  • Barbara Sanford

    The Christmas Visitor is about the only Hallmark movie I watch during the season. Not only a very close to the heart storyline but the crappy’ method actors in the other movies leave ALOT to be interesting. Thanks go to Baxter and Devane! We ‘nobodys’ can see a story plot a mile away and they definitely bring heart to the characters!!

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