Christmas Comes to Willow Creek (1987) - Holiday TV Movie Database

Christmas Comes to Willow Creek (1987)

Movie Summary

Willow Creek, Alaska, is going through a depression because the local cannery has shut down putting many of the residents out of work. Ray and Pete are truck-driving brothers, different as day and night, who are hired by an old friend to bring Christmas presents and one huge surprise from sunny California. Along the way, the brothers and Pete’s son Michael argue and get stuck in a blizzard.

Christmas Comes to Willow Creek originally premiered on CBS December 20, 1987.

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Is Christmas Comes to Willow Creek available to buy on DVD?


Buy on DVD

When will Christmas Comes to Willow Creek air on TV in 2024?

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Year Released


Cast Includes

John Schneider (Ray), Tom Wopat (Pete), Kim Delaney (Jessie), Hoyt Axton (Al), Joy Coghill (Charlotte), Dwight Koss (Mayor Newman), Robin Mossley (Cecil), Janet Wright (Martha Jane), Tom McBeath (Sergeant), Zachary Ansley (Michael)

Rate Movie:

4.8/5 - (5 votes)

Christmas Comes to Willow Creek Movie Trailer

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One thought on “Christmas Comes to Willow Creek (1987)

  • November 19, 2012 at 8:36 AM

    This should play on TV every year !!! Great movie

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