Soundtrack: Operation Christmas Drop

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Note: Below is a complete playlist of all 11 songs that can be heard in the Netflix film “Operation Christmas Drop”. Some of these commercial songs are not included on the official soundtrack album, but are used in the movie.

All 11 songs featured in “Operation Christmas Drop”:

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Carol Of The Bells - Candice Boyd
Timestamp: 0:00 | Scene: Song can be heard at the beginning of the film. A military plane flies through the clouds.
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White Christmas - Ceelo Green
Timestamp: 0:02 | Scene: Erica is looking at a photo of an air force pilot.
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Happy Xmas Everyone - Steve Martin & Henrik Wikstrom
Timestamp: 0:06 | Scene: Change of scene from the air force base to Erica's workplace. Erica talks to Sally.
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Timestamp: 0:43 | Scene: The solar radio is switched on.
Christmas In The Sand - Colbie Caillat
Timestamp: 0:50 | Scene: Erica and Captain Andrew dive together in the ocean.
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Paluma - The Dolls
Timestamp: 0:58 | Scene: Song can be heard at the party.
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Joy to the World - Bellringer
Timestamp: 1:20 | Scene: Andrew and Erica are on a military plane. They drop off the presents.
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I Heard The Bells On Christmas Day - Echosmith
Timestamp: 1:28 | Scene: At the end of the film. Erica and Andrew are talking to each other on the street. They kiss. The credits follow.
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Coconut Christmas - The Lost Fingers
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I Saw Three Ships - Bethany Brown
The First Noel - Bethany Brown---

What’s the movie about?
Congressional aide Erica (Graham) renounces Christmas with her family to travel to Guam at the behest of her boss. At an airbase on the beach, she runs into pilot Andrew Jantz (Ludwig), who knows that her mission is to find reasons to cut funding for the military base.

1 thought on “Soundtrack: Operation Christmas Drop”

  1. Thanks to the crew, the cast and all involved with this movie. Such a great reminder of what our military can and does do to help others. I’ve always been proud of being a veteran. Thanks to all!


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