Examples of popular Hallmark movies include "A Dog Named Christmas," "Love Is Never Silent," "You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown" and "The Littlest Angel." Other films on the Hallmark Hall of Fame movie list include "Pinocchio," "Alice in Wonderland," "What the Deaf Man Heard" and "The Patriots."
"A Dog Named Christmas" is a 2009 movie about Todd, a developmentally delayed young man with a goal to convince everyone in his community to partake in a dog adoption program that occurs around Christmastime. Noel Fisher plays the part of Todd.
The 1985 made-for-TV Hallmark film "Love is Never Silent" is based on the novel "In this Sign" by author Joanne Greenberg. Mare Winningham plays the role of a woman who has spent a significant amount of her life taking care of her deaf parents and serving as their only source of contact with the outside world. Her parents feel betrayed and shut her out when she decides to get married, and the remainder of the film focuses on the way she goes about reconciling her former life with her new life as a married woman.
Hallmark's 1999 version of "Alice in Wonderland" stars Tina Majorino as Alice. The movie received four Emmy Awards for its well-executed makeup, visual effects, costuming and soundtrack.