Christmas Every Day is a 1996 American television movie, based on William Dean Howells's 1892 short story, "Christmas Every Day".
It was directed by Larry Peerce, starred Erik von Detten, and originally broadcast on The Family Channel during their first 25 Days of Christmas programming block.
The movie was remade into an ABC Family TV movie in 2006 titled Christmas Do-Over.
Set in the fictional town of Greenwood Falls, Virginia (just outside of Washington, D.C.), the film stars Erik von Detten as Billy Jackson, a selfish teenager forced to relive the same Christmas every day. At night on Christmas Day, Billy's sister (Yvonne Zima) wishes that it was Christmas every day. And thereafter he has to keep repeating Christmas Day until he realizes the true meaning of the holiday season.