Is the house without a Christmas tree a true story?

This poignant and dramatic made-for-TV movie is based on an autobiographical story written by Gail Rock. It takes place in the small town of Clear River, Nebraska in 1946. Ten year-old Addie Mills doesn’t understand why she can’t have a Christmas tree. Her whole life, she’s never had one.

What is the Thanksgiving treasure about?

A loving 10-year-old establishes a friendship with the elderly hermit her parents hate.
The Thanksgiving Treasure/Film synopsis

Where can I watch the house without a Christmas tree?

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How long is the movie The House Without a Christmas tree?

1h 15m
The House Without a Christmas Tree/Running time

Who played Addie in the House without a Christmas tree?

actress Lisa Lucas
CBS ARCHIVE IMAGE HOLIDAY MOVIE MEMORY – – In December 1972, CBS aired a television movie called “The House Without a Christmas Tree” starring actor Jason Robards (pictured) and 11-year-old child actress Lisa Lucas as Addie (pictured), his only child.

What year did the House Without a Christmas tree come out?

December 3, 1972
The House Without a Christmas Tree/Initial release

Who played Addie Mills?

Lisa Lucas plays ten-year-old motherless Addie Mills, who lives with her loving grandmother (Mildred Natwick) and her father, Jamie (Jason Robards) in 1946 Nebraska.

What happened to Lisa Lucas?

Lisa Lucas is stepping down as executive director of the National Book Foundation. Lisa Lucas is stepping down as executive director of the National Book Foundation to become Senior Vice President & Publisher of Pantheon and Schocken Books.

Is Lisa Lucas married?

Lisa was born and raised on O’ahu. She attended California State University at Fullerton (go, Titans!) and received a BS in International Business. She currently lives in Honolulu with her husband, Paul (married for over 20 years), her 94-year-old mom, and their furbaby, Max.