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Miracle on 34th Street


My pick for this week's TCP theme, a merry christmas movie, is Miracle on 34th Street. Here's the plot summary:

A little girl discovers dreams do come true if you really believe. Six-year-old Susan has doubts about childhood's most enduring miracle - Santa Claus. Her mother told her the "secret" about Santa a long time ago, so Susan doesn't expect to receive the most important gifts on her Christmas list. But after meeting a special department store Santa who's convinced he's the real thing, Susan is given the most precious gift of all - something to believe in.
Robert Lynch


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Comments

Anonymous said…
I've never seen that movie. Can you stand it? LOL Gotta change that. Happy Holidays my friend to you and your family
Hazel said…
And what will I change it to, Thom? Like the Grinch? lol... you sound so anti-christmas ha ha ... Happy holidays!
Anya said…
Never seen that movie
looks like a fantastic holiday movie :-)

Merry Christmas
and a happy and healthy 2010
to you and your whole family :-)

Thanks for being our friends !!

hugs to all
Kareltje =^.^=
Anya :-)
Anya said…
Oopssssssssssssss.....
I forgot
you blog looks so different
what are you doing ????
Change all.....
I hope you change not your funny posts :-)
Hazel said…
My layout is behaving in a weird way, Anya. Must be that 'time of year' hahah... I'm in fact planning to change the look of this blog.
nuts said…
that must be a very good movie!
Jewel said…
CLASSIC! One of my favorites! Love love love it! Thanks for sharing.

and merry Christmas!!!
Anonymous said…
Oh I am anti Christmas LOL...hey did you click on the panic button on Why Christmas Trees are better than women? YIKES!!!!
This Video is so fantastic !!Great post Friend !!
Hazel said…
Of course I did, Thom. You put a warning. Naturally that's where I headed straight for LOL!

Rajasthan, yeah it is some movie :-)

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