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Wednesday, December 23, 2015

There's Never Enough #HolidayMovies #RssosSisters #MFRWauthor #classicchristmasmovies

Have you been inundated with holiday movies? Me--not so much. This year seems rather odd.

Many years ago, my sister discovered a gem of a movie. It tells a version of the nativity story set in late 40s in the West of the US. It's not very long, but very important. So I'm sharing with you

Star in the Night.

And from me to you...


Cathy McElhaney said...

Thank you for sharing that! Have a Merry Christmas!

vicki batman said...

And to you, Cathy!

Patricia said...

Merry Christmas, Vicki! I'll have to watch that short movie. Thank you.
I've been watching the Hallmark Channel and Lifetime Xmas movies since Thanksgiving
and loving it.

vicki batman said...

Hi, Patty! I've caught a few of those films as well as some of my favorites. Our Christmas Eve favs are White Christmas (singalong optional) and Stalag 17. Merry Christmas, sweetie.

stanalei said...

Merry Christmas, Vicki! Thank you for all you share and wishing you a wonderful new year!

vicki batman said...

Hi, Stanalei! Oh you are so welcomed! And see you in 2016.

Joanne Guidoccio said...

Vicki, thanks for sharing. Hope you have a wonderful Christmas and best wishes for 2016. :)

Barbara Bettis said...

Thanks for sharing this Vicki. I look forward to watching it. Have a wonderful Christmas and a fantastic 2016.~

Melissa Keir said...

I've never heard or seen it. I do have a favorite Easter movie that is only shown once in a great while...The Miracle of Our Lady of Fatima. I always cry during the movie.

Angela Adams said...

I saw this last year on Turner Classic Movies! Truly, an adorable and heartwarming story. Thanks for sharing, and happy holidays!

Florence Cronin said...

MERRY CHRISTMAS, VICKI ... thanks for that wonderful link. I am so in love with this time of year ... even when things don't work out the way we plan ... somehow this time of year works out all the kinks.

I wish you and yours the best of days for tomorrow. Yep, it's Christmas Eve and I finally have two minutes to rub together to come over to say HI ...

Have yourself a Merry Little Christmas and let your heart be gay :)

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