The House Without a Christmas Tree (1972)

Movie Summary

A young girl named Addie, living in Nebraska in 1946, wants nothing more for the holidays than a Christmas tree. Her bitter, widowed father refuses due to events from the family’s past.

The House Without a Christmas Tree originally premiered on CBS December 3, 1972.

Where can I watch The House Without a Christmas Tree online?

The House Without a Christmas Tree is not currently available to stream online.

Is The House Without a Christmas Tree available to buy on DVD?

Yes, as part of a collection.

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When will The House Without a Christmas Tree air on TV in 2024?

Not airing this week

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Cast Includes

Jason Robards (Jamie Mills), Mildred Natwick (Grandma Mills), Lisa Lucas (Addie Mills), Kathryn Walker (Miss Thompson), Alexa Kenin (Carla Mae), Murray Westgate (Mr. Brady), Maya Kenin (Mrs. Cott), Brady McNamara (Billy Wild), Gail Dunsome (Gloria Cott)

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4.1/5 - (16 votes)

The House Without a Christmas Tree Movie Trailer

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2 thoughts on “The House Without a Christmas Tree (1972)

  • July 11, 2015 at 2:43 PM

    Have not seen this movie in probably more than 35 years. Would love to see it aired again someday…hopefully sometime during the 2015 holiday season?

    • December 2, 2018 at 11:43 PM

      Here it is, 2018,& it’s only been shown in the Seattle area once,in about 10 or more years…it’s just been so long! It’s a wonderful movie,& I love it, just like Christmas at Maxwells,but because it’s somewhat dramatic,& not a “rom-com” the majority of tv stations don’t show it,nor others like them,except for years at a time. I’m done waiting on the generosity of mainstream media, I’m buying the hard copies of whatever I can. Have a spectacular Christmas,all!

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