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Silver Bells (2005)

Movie Summary

A widowed woman bonds with a young man, but when she crosses paths with his father a year later, she discovers he has run away from his family and their Christmas tree business.

Silver Bells was a Hallmark Hall of Fame film that originally aired on CBS November 27, 2005.

Where can I watch Silver Bells online?

Silver Bells is available to stream from the following providers:

Stream on Amazon

Is Silver Bells available to buy on DVD?

Yes

When will Silver Bells air on TV in 2023?

12/09/23 – 11:00am on Hallmark Drama

Year Released

2005

Cast Includes

Anne Heche, Tate Donovan, Michael Mitchell, Courtney Jines

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7 thoughts on “Silver Bells (2005)

  • The Hallmark Hall Of Fame movies are aired on HALLMARK DRAMA now.

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  • Anonymous

    Such a great movie, I don’t understand why it’s not shown anymore.

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  • Anonymous

    why does this not air on hallmark anymore
    my favorite hallmark movie

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  • Anonymous

    Not understanding why this movie does not air on hallmark channel anymore…this was mine and my mother’s favorite hallmark movie..can u explain why

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  • Blair

    Very disappointed this was not aired at all during 2017.

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  • This is both me and my girlfriends #1 favorite Christmas movie of all time and we were gonna watch it together but now we cant. I ordered it on VHS (amazon $4.00) so I hope it gets to us on time.

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  • I am so disappointed with the selection of Christmas movies for the 2015 Christmas season. This is the second year that the Hallmark channel has not shown Silver Bells or The Christmas Card. For people who do not have the Hallmark Movies and Mystery channel, they never get to see these movies. I don’t know the purpose of having two Hallmark channels except to get more money out of people for their cable providers. The Hallmark channel leaves a great deal to be desired! We pay enough money for cable and should not have to pay more money for the Hallmark movies and mysteries channel.

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