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The film Silver Bells tells a fun and important story about Christmas caring

Submitted by on November 15, 2013 – No Comment

Silver Bells MovieGetting in the spirit of Christmas will be a tiny bit easier this year because of a great new family film called Silver Bells by the folks at Pure Flix.

Silver Bells features actor Bruce Boxleitner (Tron, Babylon 5, Scarecrow and Mrs. King) as Bruce Dalt, a hyper-competitive sportscaster and family man.

Here’s a summary: one evening Dalt fails to keep his anger in check after a bad call at his son’s basketball game. He has a run-in with the ref who made the call and his actions lead to a suspension from the television station where he works. When the ref decides to press charges, the judge brought in to mediate the dispute gives him a very creative sentence: a Red Kettle bellringer for the upcoming Christmas season!

:: The film will air on UpTV – a cable channel focused entirely on uplifting programming! – Sunday, December 1, 2013. Click here for a link to the UpTV website so you can find out more.

:: Starting December 9, Silver Bells can also be viewed via VuDu, Walmart’s video streaming service that works with devices like Roku or Playstation.

:: Or, buy your own copy now from Barnes and Noble to watch over and over, all season long! Click here for a link to the BN.com website.

Watch the film’s trailer for a longer look at the story:

We’re so grateful to the folks at Pure Flix for including The Salvation Army in this great Christmas film!

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