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- Cast: Ted McGinley, Daniel Baldwin, Nancy Stafford, Brad Stine, Ron Holmstrom
- Director: Helmut Schleppi
- Languages: English
- Dove Approved: Dove Approved Ages 12+
- Release Date: 10/31/08
- Run Time: 81 min
- Subtitles: English
- Closed Captioning: Yes
- Region Code: 1 See More
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Christmas With A Capital C
For the small town of Trapper Falls, Alaska Christmas has always been a time to join together in peace, friendship, and general goodwill towards man. When the old rival of the town mayor shows up demanding Christ be left out of the Christmas festivities, or should we say "holidays," ̴Ì_the town must band together to fight a legal and personal battle to keep the reason for the season in the season. From Pure Flix Entertainment comes a film that will inspire viewers of all ages to remember and defend the true meaning of Christmas, Christmas With A Capital C. Starring Ted McGinley (Do You Believe?), Brad Stine (Sarah's Choice), Nancy Stafford (I Am Not Ashamed and Christmas For A Dollar), and Daniel Baldwin.
The town of Trapper Falls, Alaska is one of those wonderful places where everyone knows everyone else. Sure it may seem a bit old fashioned by some standards, but for the people that live there Trapper Falls is just about perfect. Christmas has always been an exceptionally wonderful time for the town in Christmas With A Capital C. The town, and especially its mayor Dan Reed (Ted McGinley), always look forward to the events, festivities, friends, and family that fill the special time of the year. The entire town decorates for Christmas, and Dan, his brother Greg (Brad Stine), and their families are always on the forefront of the team. The town practically halts business to celebrate the holiday-- and most importantly remember the birth of Christ. The town is just gearing up for the festivities in Christmas With A Capital C when Dan's old high school rival Mitch Bright (Daniel Baldwin) rolls into town. Now Mitch has not been home to Trapper Falls for nearly twenty years-- and that is just fine with the town. The man had a reputation for being mean-spirited, bitter, and hating the town-- and even though the may now be a successful lawyer it soon becomes apparent that his reputation is still true, even twenty years later. Mitch almost immediately files a legal complaint against the Christmas decorations, saying they violate the town's rights. He demands all nativity scenes be removed from public places, and even wants to see the words "Merry Christmas" be replaced by "Happy Holidays" or "Season's Greetings" on any sign in town. Fifty years of tradition are now being threatened by a former member of the community. Things escalate quickly in Christmas With A Capital C as the conflict soon turns into a race between Dan and Mitch for the position of the town mayor. Just when everything seems to be falling apart Dan's wife Kristen (Nancy Stafford) and his daughter Makayla (Francesca Derosa) launch a "Christmas With A Capital C"̴Ì_campaign to remind the town of the true meaning of Christmas, and bring them back together. As the town struggles to defend their faith, they also struggle to see the reason for Mitch's return. Will they be able to band together once again, or will Christmas with a capital C be lost forever in the town of Trapper Falls?
Take A Stand
The film Christmas With A Capital C teaches many valuable lessons-- courage, kindness, generosity, compassion, love-- but most importantly it challenges viewers to stand for their beliefs, even in the face of great opposition. As the town traditions are challenged, the citizens of Trapper Falls must reevaluate their own beliefs, and decide whether the fight is important enough. They must remember that they are not standing for their nativity scene or their holiday signs, but the meaning behind them. Christmas With A Capital C is a reminder that standing courageously for faith is never a bad idea. It also reminds viewers that in any struggle, prayer and love are greater than any debates, unkind words, and violence. As the town falls apart of the issue, it takes a wife and a child to remind them that battles are won not through arguments but through actions, and not through anger but through compassion. The film Christmas With A Capital C will remind viewers of all ages that the reason for the season is Christ, that standing for Christ is never a bad choice, and that acting like Christ is the surest way to win the fight.
As the citizens of Trapper Falls, Alaska struggle to band together after one malicious lawyer pulls them apart they must remember what they all have in common. They must find courage in Christ, but also compassion and kindness as well. As they struggle to fight against a greater enemy, they must remember that love is always the strongest force. Viewers young and old alike will be inspired and challenged by the message behind the film Christmas With A Capital C, they will not only be entertained by an enjoyable story, they will see glimpses of themselves in the struggles the characters face, and be reminded that without Christ there would be no Christmas.
Christmas With A Capital C has not been rated by the Motion Picture Association of America. This film received the "Family Friendly" award for all ages from the Dove Foundation. As always, it is recommended that parents preview all content to determine what is suitable for their children, but the film Christmas With A Capital C is generally considered appropriate for most audiences.
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