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Date de pré-production : faite
Date de production : faite
Date de diffusion : 19 décembre 2009 à 20h, sur la chaîne américaine Hallmark

Aussi connu sous le titre : ''Le Noël des petites terreurs'' (Québec)
Genre : film pour la famille
Principaux interprètes :

Dean Cain......................................Jack Green
Jean Louisa Kelly.............................Cheri Green
Mimi Kennedy................................Rita Green
Reginald Veljohnson .......................Rodney

Produit par : Larry Levinson 
Écrit par : Donald Martin & Mitchell Gabourie
Tourné à :
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Budget :

L'histoire : Parce que leur orphelinat est en rénovation pour la période des Fêtes, trois frères, reconnus pour être des fauteurs de trouble, déménagent temporairement chez Jack et Cheri Green pendant les vacances de Noël. Rita Green, la directrice de l'orphelinat, est aussi la tante de Jack. Elle demande au couple de prendre les enfants turbulents sur leur aile pendant les rénovations parce qu'ils forment un couple uni et elle sait que ça fera le plus grand bien pour les enfants. Le couple est incapable d'avoir des enfants et Kack ne croit pas être prêt à devenir père. Il préfère inventer des jouets pour la compagnie de jouets que lui et sa femme possède.

Rodney, le contremaître de la compagnie, garde un oeil sur les garçons qui visitent les installations, pour ensuite décider d'y travailler.

Tout se passe très bien sauf pour une chose : chacun des enfants croit qu'il se fera adopter par les Green, ils entrent en compétition les uns avec les autres. Ce sera pour une grande suprise d'apprendre que le couple est tombé sous le charme des trois et qu'ils essaient de trouver un moyen pour tous les adopter.

Fait intéressant : Christopher, le fils de Dean, a fait une petite apparition dans le film.

 

 


http://www.allheadlinenews.com/articles/7017285279

Anthony Jones - Celebrity News Service Contributor

Los Angeles, CA (CNS) - Talking with actor Dean Cain, the forty-three-year-old star of shows like "Lois & Clark," "Ripley's Believe It or Not," and countless other movies revealed that he really is Superman. "The last seven weeks, I've shot four films and a documentary. I'm literally flying from set to set to set. Then heading back home to see my son and coach his football game and then back out to work," he said.

He may have lost the tights but Cain has all the qualities of at least a Superdad, and he plays one on TV as well like in his new movie "The Three Gifts" airing Saturday, December 19th on the Hallmark Channel. In "The Three Gifts," Cain plays Jack Green, a guy wary of fatherhood who temporarily takes in three trouble-making orphan boys. It's a Hallmark Channel Christmas movie, so we already know the ending is sure to be satisfyingly sweet.

But Cain says his role in "The Three Gifts" hit closer to home because of his own adoptive father, director Christopher Cain, and his own experiences as a father to his own nine-year-old son. "I look at how lucky I was to have my dad come into my life, but it's even more about being a father to me," he says. "My bond with my son is so strong and myself having a strong father figure is such a huge part of it. I was just want to make sure he has that guidance and that support from his father."

"The Three Gifts" is also Cain's second Christmas movie this year, following his role in the family television movie "The Dog Who Saved Christmas." Cain says he's happy to be doing films about his favorite holiday, of which he already has about four on his resume. "What I love about doing Christmas movies is that they'll run forever! They re-air them and re-air them every year so it's great for me," he says laughing.

"My favorite Christmas movie of all time bar-none is 'It's A Wonderful Life.' If I can make a movie that gives anyone a feeling like that, that's what I enjoy doing and I think 'The Three Gifts' does that," he says.

But while Cain is still referred to as Superman and it's been over twelve years since "Lois & Clark" ended (even parodying it in a hilarious cameo earlier this year on "Entourage") and having earned over 70 credits after, Cain says he has no problem with a new nickname. "I've been called Superman, the Ripley's guy," he says. "I'd be fine with being called the Christmas guy."

"The Three Gifts" premieres on the Hallmark Channel on Saturday, December 19th at 8pm ET/7pm Central.

 



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