I just finished watching "Legally Tender" on EPIC TV and noticed that it was the same movie the I had seen earlier (I think on Hallmark channel) that was titled "The Thanksgiving House". What gives?
IMDB shows "Legally Tender" to be an alternative ('aka - also known as') title for the movie, and that Legally Tender was the world-wide promotional name for the movie.
So clearly they changed it to The Thanksgiving House later - almost certainly for marketing purposes.
Its not that unusual for movies to have alternative names - particularly in different markets - Avenger's Assemble being the UK name for The Avengers. I don't know how common it is for a movie to be renamed in a single market though.