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Monday, December 15, 2008

10 Days to Christmas

Miracle on 34th Street

Release Date (unknown) 1947

Rated G

Running Time: 96 min.

George Seaton (dir.)

Maureen O'Hara as Doris Walker

John Payne as Fred Gailey

Edmund Gwenn as Kris Kringle

Gene Lockhart as Judge Henry X. Harper

Natalie Wood as Susan Walker

Porter Hall as Granville Sawyer

William Frawley as Charlie Halloran

Jerome Cowan as Dist. Atty. Thomas Mara


Miracle on 34th Street

Review By John C.

Miracle on 34th Street is the perfect Holiday movie. Beginning at American Thanksgiving and ending on Christmas, it can be watched at anytime throughout the holiday season. It tells a timeless story of believing in what you can’t see, and using your imagination, that is just as important today, as when it was originally released in 1947. For young and old alike, Miracle on 34th Street is a Christmas classic that is, and will be enjoyed by people of all ages for years to come. If you haven’t already watched it this year, you’ve still got time, so buy it, rent it, or just watch it on TV. It is a movie that doesn’t grow old from year to year, and hopefully finds a new audience every time it’s on TV.

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