Starring Janet Leigh and Robert Mitchum, this Christmas romantic comedy revolves around a young widow, her son, and the two men in her life. The film opens with Leigh shopping at Crowley’s in New York and buying a toy train from a clerk. She takes it home and her excited boy sneaks a peak at it. However, as the sales person suspected she is a comparative shopper who returns the train. He is about to report her but does not, which costs him his job. Over time, he becomes better acquainted with Connie Ennis, her boy, and her kindly but unexciting boyfriend. Timmy then wakes up on Christmas morning to find the train under the train for him. However, as Mrs. knowns it was not from her and she goes to see Steve. She tells him of her upcoming marriage and they have a falling out. Later, Steve is taken in by the police suspected of thievery, and must be bailed out. He is then invited to Christmas dinner which is also attended by Connie’s parents. Steve announces that he loves Connie and she tells him to leave. Timmy returns his train the next day so Steve can have the money. Soon her boyfriend realizes it is over and then Connie has a confrontation with Steve. However, in the end she realizes her true love for him and she and Timmy follow him to California. This is a relatively unknown Christmas film with a lot of Christmas spirit.