Holiday Affair is a 1949 romantic comedy film directed and produced by Don Hartman and starring Robert Mitchum and Janet Leigh. It was based on the story Christmas Gift by John D. Weaver, which was also the film's working title. The film allowed Mitchum to briefly depart from his typical roles in film noir, Western films and war films, and his casting was intended to help rehabilitate his image following a notorious marijuana bust.
Turner Classic Movies has frequently aired the film during the Christmas season, and it has become a minor holiday classic. A made-for-television remake, also titled Holiday Affair, was produced in 1996.