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Holiday family classics : 39 features & shorts.

Zadora, Pia., Call, John, 1915-1973, Hicks, Leonard., Whitaker, Johnny., Gwynne, Fred., Hicks, Seymour, 1871-1949, Calthrop, Donald, 1888-1940, Learned, Michael., Houseman, John, 1902-1988, Cromwell, James., Marchand, Nancy, 1928-2000, Sinclair, Mary, 1922-2000, Durante, Jimmy, 1893-1980, Moore, Terry, 1929-, Drake, Tom, 1918-1982, Smith, C. Aubrey (Charles Aubrey), 1863-1948, Carey, Harry, 1878-1947, Leigh, Nelson, 1914-1967, Chase, Alden, 1902-1982, Mill Creek Entertainment., Santa Claus conquers the Martians: Pia Zadora, John Call, Leonard Hicks. The littlest angel: Johnnie Whitaker, Fred Gwynne, Cab Calloway, E.G. Marshall, John McGiver, Tony Randall and George Rose. Scrooge: Sir Seymour Hicks, Donald Calthrop, Philip Frost, Robert Cochran, Mary Glynne, Oscar Asche, Athene Seyler, Barbara Everest, Maurice Evans. The nativity: With The Robert Shaw Chorale., Christmas without snow: Michael Learned, John Houseman, James Cromwell. Santa Claus: Jose Elias Moreno, Ceasareo Quezadas, Jose Luis Aguirre, Armando Arriola. Little women : Jo's story: Nancy Marchand, Mary Sinclair and John Brooke. Little women : Meg's story: Mary Sinclair, John Baragrey, Elizabeth Patterson, June Dayton, Berry Kroeger, Nancy Marchand., The Great Rupert: Jimmy Durante, Terry Moore, Tom Drake, Frank Orth, Sara Haden, Queenie Smith, Chick Chandler, Jimmy Conlin. Beyond tomorrow: Harry Carey, C. Aubrey Smith, Charles Winninger, Alex Melesh, Richard Carlson, Maria Ouspenskaya, Helen Vinson, Jean Parker. The pilgrimage play: Nelson Leigh, Alden Chase, Leonard Penn, Richard Hale, Tudor Owen. The Miracle on 34th Street: Macdonald Carey, Teresa Wright, Thomas Mitchell, Sandy Descher, Hans Conried.,
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Santa Claus conquers the Martians: Martians kidnap Santa and two children. Upon returning to Mars, Santa and the children convert the Martian children to unstoppable Yuletide joy.
The littlest angel: Musical adaptation of the popular Christmas story by Charles Tazewell about a little angel who earns his wings only after he learns that the spirit of giving is really more important than the gift itself.
Scrooge: British film version of Charles Dickens' holiday classic about Scrooge, the ultimate Victorian miser, who hasn't a good word for Christmas.
The nativity: "The play of the nativity of the child Jesus, fashioned from an ancient cycle of mystery plays performed by the medieval guilds at York and at Chester in England in the 14th and 15th centuries"--Opening credits.
Santa Claus: Santa, Merlin the magician and children fight Pitch, a devil, to save Christmas.
Little women : Jo's story: After losing out on a trip to Europe, Jo decides to move to New York to concentrate on her writing. There, she meets and falls in love with her next door neighbor, professor Baer.
Little women : Meg's story: Meg tries to keep her engagement to a handsome neighbor secret from her family.
The Great Rupert: Down on their luck, a Vaudeville family moves into a dreary ground floor apartment where Rupert the squirrel lives up in the rafters. On Christmas eve, Mama Amendola prays for a miracle. With help from clever Rupert, she gets one.
Beyond tomorrow (a.k.a. Beyond Christmas): Three wealthy men decide to share their Christmas with some less fortunate people. They settle on two down-and-outers, a man and a woman who then fall in love.
The pilgrimage play: Covers the time in Jesus' life while he was traveling the countryside, spreading his gospel to the people this film includes the presentation of some famous moments in the life of Jesus including the Sermon on the Mount and the Last Supper.
The Miracle on 34th Street. A Macy's Department Store Santa, who insists he is the real Kris Kringle, teaches everyone a lesson in love, faith, and the value of imagination.

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