Farewell Mr. Kringle (2010)

Movie Summary

A widowed journalist begrudgingly accepts an assignment on Kris Kringle, a Santa Claus impersonator living in a small Christmas-themed town. To her surprise, Anna is enchanted by Kris and the people who love him.

Farewell Mr. Kringle was originally released on the Hallmark Channel December 4, 2010.

Where can I watch Farewell Mr. Kringle online?

A Christmas Gift is available to stream from the following providers:

Stream on Amazon

Is it available to buy on DVD?

Farewell Mr. Kringle is not currently available on DVD.

When will Farewell Mr. Kringle air on TV in 2023?

Not airing this week

Year Released


Cast Includes

Christine Taylor (Annabelle Wahl), Christopher Wiehl (Mark Stafford), William Morgan Sheppard (Kris Kringle), Lin Shaye (Zelda), Vivica A. Fox (Zoe Marsden), Shashawnee Hall (Mayor Phil Green), Michael Chieffo (Hank), John Farley (Lloyd), Angela Pierce (Dr. Nora), John Kapelos (Harley)

Rate Movie:

4.7/5 - (3 votes)

Farewell Mr. Kringle Movie Trailer

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2 thoughts on “Farewell Mr. Kringle (2010)

  • November 7, 2023 at 7:13 AM

    I like Hallmark Drama but there are so many old Christmas movies that people still want to watch again and again. It would be great if this channel would also do a Christmas like the other Hallmark Channels do. They showed a couple of old movies, but mostly on one Saturday afternoon.

  • October 20, 2015 at 3:11 AM

    I found this movie to be a heart warming picture. I truly loved the story line and the warmth it brought to my heart. Hope this will be seen this year 2015.

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