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|Document Type:||Visual material|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Jack B Hively; Robert Bray; Robert Schafer; Eric Freiwald; Jon Provost; June Lockhart; Hugh Reilly; Hollingsworth Morse; Robert S Golden; Kay Lenard; Jess Carneol; Sony Wonder (Firm)
|Notes:||Title from disc.
The greatest gift is directed by Jack B. Hively ; written by Robert Schafer and Eric Freiwald ; produced by Robert Golden.
|Credits:||Credits only at end of 2nd episode : Director, Hollingsworth Morse ; writers, Kay Lenard and Jess Carneol ; producer, Robert Golden ; a Jack Wrather production.|
|Cast:||Jon Provost, June Lockhart, Hugh Reilly, Lloyd Corrigan, Robert Bray.|
|Description:||1 videodiscs (76 min.) : sd., col., b&w ; 4 3/4 in.|
|Details:||DVD, Dolby digital.|
|Contents:||Lassie's gift of love --
The greatest gift.
|Other Titles:||Lassie (Television program)|
A Lassie's gift of love (Part one): Timmy and Lassie start an Animal Christmas Relief to feed the wild animals of the area during the hard winter. The project goes well until 2 wolves appear and Timmy is accused of luring the wolves with his food.
A Lassie's gift of love (Part two): The 2 wolves are finally shot, allowing Timmy's project to continue, but Lassie ends up caring for the wolves' pups in a cave. When an avalanche is started above the cave entrance, Lassie becomes trapped with the cubs. Can she be saved?
The greatest gift: Lassie and Forest Ranger Corey Stuart's district is selected to donate the national Christmas tree for the ceremony at the White House. The tree that is cut down for the ceremony turns out to have been a special meeting place between a small boy and his father, who is a Navy pilot and is now missing in action. Forest Ranger Stuart invites the boy and his mother to Washington to witness the lighting of the tree, where the boy's father is waiting after an unexpected rescue, making the occasion even more joyful.