Preview: “Very, Very Valentine” A Hallmark Channel “Countdown To Valentine’s Day” Original Movie


By: Kat Harlton
All Media Courtesy of Crown Media United States LLC 

Danica McKellar (“The Wonder Years,” “The West Wing”) and Cameron Mathison (“At Home in Mitford,” “Murder, She Baked: Just Desserts”) star in “Very, Very, Valentine,” a new, original movie premiering Saturday, February 10 (9:00 p.m. ET/PT) on Hallmark Channel as part of “Countdown to Valentine’s Day,” the network’s annual ode to love and romance.

About The Movie:

Helen (McKellar) works in a flower shop, and her best friend Henry (Mathison) works at the botanical gardens. When they both go to a masquerade gala, she mistakes a masked man for Henry but he’s nowhere to be found, and the same masked man ends up enchanting Helen all evening. But in true Cinderella-like fashion, he rushes off after the clock chimes, dropping his boutonniere. Love-struck, Helen recognizes the rose he was wearing as one she crossbred and the next day she learns that Charles Bradfield (Runyan) got it at her shop. To Henry’s dismay, Helen and Charles begin dating until she finds out he plans to turn the botanical gardens into condos. With his job in jeopardy, and heartbroken as well, Henry decides to leave. He’s always been in love with Helen and when she finally admits she feels the same, he’s already taken a job in Arizona. Finding solace in her work, Helen is asked to deliver flowers to a man at the botanical gardens and is met with the most romantic surprise of her life.

“Very, Very, Valentine” is a Chesler/Perlmutter Productions film. Lewis Chesler, David Perlmutter, and Rob Vaughn are executive producers and Marek Posival serves as producer. Don McBrearty directed from a script by Marcy Holland.

One thought

  1. What is the name of the song sung on this movie, and who sings it? So very pretty! It’s right before Henry leaves for another job.

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