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Home for the Holidays is a 1972 slasher television film from the ABC Company directed by John Llewellyn Moxey and Aaron Spelling. The setting is within a countryside owned by the rich Benjamin Morgan who invites his four daughters back home for Christmas to get rid of their stepmother who he thinks is trying to kill him. Upon arrival the girls find that their stepmother was a convicted murderess who may or may not have killed her last husband, and begin to fall prey to a killer dressed in a yellow rain slicker. The film opens to a giant countryside with an enormous house in the center, inside the house Benjamin Morgan, a rich dying father on his deathbed is talking to his oldest daughter Alex, who he has summoned to find out more about his second wife, Elizabeth, who he thinks is trying to poison him. Alex believes him, while Elizabeth tries to hear their conversation through the bedroom door, hanging ornaments on the Christmas tree. Benjamin then sends Alex off to pick up her three...
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