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Yeah, we know, we’re a bit late for this one but it took a bit of doing. Ten film shorts ranging from 3 minutes to 25 minutes in length all depicting a nostalgic look back at the Christmas festivities. STAR IN THE NIGHT (1945) features J. Carroll Naish as a saloon keeper who discovers why Christmas is so important. The Andy Hardy Family wishes the theater goers a very merry holiday in 1939. Mario Lanza performs “Ave Maria” in 1951. Judy Garland sings “Silent Night” from 1937. The 1963 ultra-low-budget color classic “A Visit to Santa” is worth the price of admission. Jackie Cooper has a Christmas Party at MGM in the 1930s with an all-star cast making cameos. George Murphy introduces a half-hour version of the 1938 movie A CHRISTMAS CAROL with Reginald Owen. Bette Davis tries to explain to her children why war bonds are more important than buying toys in 1943.
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