Christmas in Boston
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|Christmas in Boston|
Christmas in Boston TV film poster
|Directed by||Neill Fearnley|
|Produced by||Julian Grant|
|Written by||Stephanie T. Baxendale|
Patrick J. Adams
|Distributed by||ABC Family|
Christmas In Boston is a 2005 TV film starring Marla Sokoloff and Patrick J. Adams. It first aired in the United States on December 14, 2005, on the ABC Family channel's 25 Days of Christmas programming block. It is known in some countries as Instant Message.
Gina and Seth became penpals when they were in the 6th grade at school. It is now 13 years later, and they still have been writing to each other but have not yet met. She is a journalist while he is a toy inventor. An opportunity arises when there is a toy convention in Boston. They decide to meet, but the only problem is that they have been exchanging pictures of their better-looking friends. When they actually do meet for the first time, it is not all fireworks. Can they reveal themselves to each other before it is too late?
- "Christmas in Boston". themoviescene.co.uk. Retrieved 1 October 2016.
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