Crown for Christmas
|Crown for Christmas|
|File:Crown for Christmas DVD Cover.jpg|
|Written by||Neal H. Dobrofsky|
|Directed by||Alex Zamm|
|Music by||Chris Hajian|
|Country of origin||United States|
|Executive producer(s)||Eric Jarboe|
Amanda Phillips Atkins
|Running time||86 minutes|
|Original network||Hallmark Channel|
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Allie Evans (Danica McKellar) is an American hotel maid who was fired for not getting an important guest's room ready in time. Overhearing her firing, a hotel patrons servant, Fergus (Pavel Douglas), hires her to be a governess for his employer's daughter in the country of Winshire. When Allie accepts and arrives in the country, she finds that Fergus' employer is King Maximillian (Rupert Penry-Jones) and that his daughter is Princess Theodora (Ellie Botterill) who had become mischievous since her mother's death. As Allie works for Theodora, she befriends the other staff members as King Maximillian is arranged by Chancellor Riggs (Colin McFarlane) to be engaged to Countess Celia (Alexandra Evans). Though Theodora has some objections to this as she thinks Allie would be a better match.
The film's story was written by former 80's pop singer Michael Damian, who is known for writing other royalty-themed Christmas movies such as A Princess for Christmas and A Royal Christmas. The film was shot in Romania and Slovenia.
- Danica McKellar as Allie Evans
- Rupert Penry-Jones as King Maximillian
- Ellie Botterill as Princess Theodora
- Cristian Bota as Carter
- Alexandra Evans as Countess Celia
- Pavel Douglas as Fergus
- Amy Marston as Miss Wick
- Colin McFarlane as Chancellor Riggs
- Emma Sutton as Mrs. Claiborne
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