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Megan and Wendy recap and review “Three Wise Men and a Baby” starring Paul Campbell, Tyler Hynes, and Andrew Walker. Did this Hallmark Channel original written by Paul Campbell and Kimberley Sustad live up to the hype leading up to its premiere? Listen in to see what they thought and how they rated this delightful movie.
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About “Three Wise Men and a Baby”
- This was Hallmark’s first movie featuring three male leads.
- Was “The Wedding Veil” trilogy the first Hallmark movie with three female leads? Who knows the answer? Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Baby Thomas was played by twin girls Katie and Kallie who are now 10-months old.
- This was filmed in Vancouver, British Columbia.
- Written by Paul Campbell and Kimberley Sustad. They also have together written 2020’s “Christmas By Starlight” – which has been re-airing on Hallmark Channel.
- Terry Ingram directed. He now has 4 movies in the top ten Hallmark debuts for 2022.
- Margaret Colin who plays Barbara Brenner – mom of Luke, Taylor and Stephan – was also in the 1987 “Three Men and a Baby” where she played Tom Selleck’s girlfriend. Bravo to casting!
- Ali Liebert (who plays Fiona), directed “North to Home” – also starring Kimberley Sustad.
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