Golden Age of the Silver Screen

Miracle on 34th Street (1947)

Episode #13

Twentieth Century Fox released Miracle on 34th Street to theaters on October 2, 1947. George Seaton directed film which starred Edmund Gwenn, Maureen O’Hara, and John Payne.

‘Miracle on 34th Street’ Movie Summary

When Macy’s Department store hires Kris Kringle to play Santa at their flagship store on 34th Street for the Christmas season, it leads to good will for it and its consumers. However, an inept psychologist tries to commit Kringle to Bellevue Hospital, and it leads to a trial to prove whether Santa Claus is real, and whether Kringle is really Santa Claus.

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  1. Funny to hear Bobby and Lori argue about whether Macy’s was involved in the film or not:). Don’t know what the truth is, but I wouldn’t assume the old actors memories are always correct, I’ve been a film buff all my life and have read many books on film and have seen how often no two people remember events the same.

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