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The Good Witch’s Gift

posted by Nell Minow
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Lowest Recommended Age:All Ages

Fans of The Good Witch and the sequel will be delighted with the third in the series, “The Good Witch’s Gift.” Catherine Bell returns as Cassie Nightingale, the kind-hearted shop owner who always seems to have a touch of magic to help those around her see more clearly.

Cassie and her fiance, police chief Jake Russell (Chris Potter) decide to get married on Christmas eve, just a week away. As they try to get everything ready, complications include a lost ring, an overbearing planner, and the return of a bank robber Jake put in jail, bitter about the time he has lost. Jake’s children get into a fight and his father makes plans to move out. But Cassie can handle all of that and more with her greatest gift, the ability to make people find the best in themselves.

It premieres this Saturday at 8 (7 Central). Enjoy!

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  • Judy Snyder Stout

    what a joy to watch – would love to see more of this show

  • maxine

    will all three dvds be in one package at walmart soon or where can i buy them looking for them for christmas

  • http://blog.beliefnet.com/moviemom/ Nell Minow

    Thanks, Judy! I am so glad you enjoyed the show. And thanks, Maxine! I do not think this will be on DVD in time for Christmas, but will double check with Hallmark.

  • Jack

    It is another good movie by hall mark. It was nice to watch Bell’s performance on screen. A lovely movie.

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