Miracle On 34th Street 1947/ 1994 Double Pack [DVD]
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Double bill featuring the original 'Miracle On 34th Street' and the 1994 remake. In 'Miracle On 34th Street' (1947), Doris Walker (Maureen O'Hara), an executive at Macy's department store, believes in taking a common-sense approach to life and is consequently raising her daughter Susan (Natalie Wood) not to believe in Santa Claus. This year, however, the convictions of both mother and child are challenged when the kindly old man (Edmund Gwenn) hired as the store Santa insists that he is in fact the real thing. No one believes him, some even think he's insane, but he is willing to go to court to prove his case. In 'Miracle On 34th Street' (1994), a girl, Susan (Mara Wilson), confides in Kris Kringle (Richard Attenborough), the kindly old man who is acting as the grotto Santa in the department store managed by her mother. Kris Kringle believes he is the genuine Santa Claus and this devotion to the cause makes him very popular indeed, leading to record profits for the store. This annoys rival retailers so much that they try to discredit the so-called Santa, leading eventually to a court case in which Kringle and his lawyer try to prove that he is the real thing.
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Top Customer Reviews
However, I like the fact that the original 1947 version is black & white - not so here! The 'original' film has been colourised - a fact not mentioned in the online description when I purchased the set.
I know this a very personal view and for some the colourised version is preferable - but just be aware that you will not be getting the original 'original'.
N.B. I received the 2012 version - the 1947 film is in B&W only.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
One of my favourite Xmas films, have seen it in black and white and looking forward to the colorized version.Published 5 months ago by Zimbo
My son's favourite film.... but had never seen the older version. 2 for 1, great offer.Published 6 months ago by Pamela Beall
another must for my own collection, the grandchildren and I sat down together and they thoroughly enjoyed it a true Christmas great,no matter which edition you view.Published 6 months ago by Leianne turner
Never seen the old one (it is a double CD - one black and white (1940's and the other more recent). Just love the story. Very Christmassy!!!Published 8 months ago by Mrs AJW