SNOWBOUND WITH MR. RIGHT
With the death of her parents, Sally Rogers inherits a general store -- and the services of Hunter Bedford for several weeks. Hunter's family owns a chain of department stores, and his grandfather feels that he can learn from observing the smaller operation. Sally reluctantly lets Hunter stay, but she rebuffs his romantic overtures. But that doesn't stop them from falling in love. Judy Christenberry finishes her Mistletoe and Marriage duet with Snowbound With Mr. Right (1). The main problems are the slim plot and wooden dialogue, but the characters simply aren't handled well, and there's zero chemistry between them.