Christmas: The Classic Television Collection, Volumes 1 And 2

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Christmas: The Classic Television Collection, Volumes 1 And 2

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Starring: George Burns, Buster Crabbe, Betty White, Jack Webb, Charles Boyer, David Niven, Ann Baker, Ronald Howard

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"The Adventures of Robin Hood: The Christmas Goose": Preparing to decorate for Christmas festivities, young David happily picks mistletoe and berries in a tree. "Annie Oakley: Santa Claus Wears a Gun": Snowy Kringle, an elderly sharpshooter now retired from circus performing, discovers that his boots have disappeared while he is in Dodge City. "Burns & Allen: Christmas Show": In George and Gracie's second Christmas show, Gracie's in her usual flutter as she expects company for the holiday. "Captain Gallant of the Foreign Legion: The Boy Who Found Christmas": Cuffy Sanders has never seen snow. Associating snow with the true meaning of Christmas, he decides to set off on a horse to search for it. "Date with the Angels: Christmas Show": Elderly, lovable neighbor Mr. Finley confides to Vickie Angel (Betty White) that he wants a job, so she gets her friend at a department store to give him one. "Dragnet: Big New Year": Detective Sergeant Joe Friday and his friend Frank are looking forward to attending the New Year's Eve party that Lloyd Hopper has invited them to. But trouble - big trouble - is never far away when Joe Friday is around. "Four Star Playhouse: The Gift": Charles Boyer plays Carl Baxter, a disappointed businessman who "humbugs" especially hard at Christmastime, resenting the displays of kindness, love, and generosity that abound in the rest of humanity. "Four Star Playhouse: The Answer": Bart, a Hollywood writer gone cynical, returns to his hometown. There he meets a stranger in a bar who happens to be a playwright. His name is Deacon (David Niven) and he claims he knows everything. Bart trusts him but challenges Deacon to put his money where his mouth is. So, in the bar with the patrons' rapt attention, the stranger recites an entire play he wrote. After that, people's lives will never be quite the same. "Meet Corliss Archer: The Christmas Story": Corliss and her ever-present boyfriend Dexter decide that this Christmas they will make gifts for everyone. "Racket Squad: The Christmas Caper": Captain John Braddock seeks to protect the citizens in a large city from those who prey upon them with confidence games. One such case involves a Mr. Dewley, an elderly man with a soft spot in his heart for needy children. "Racket Squad: Story of Blessed Expense": Guest star Allen Jenkins joins regular cast member Reed Hadley (Captain John Braddock) in this show that reveals Christmas may not be all fun and gifts. "Scarlet Pimpernel: The Christmas Present": Sir Percy Blakeney wants to make Christmas special for Mrs. Burton. She longs to share Christmas with children, and Sir Percy knows where to find four youngsters whose happy voices will fill her London home with Christmas cheer. "Sherlock Holmes: The Case of the Christmas Pudding": It's Christmastime in snow-clad London, and cheerful Sherlock Holmes (Ronald Howard) nails a holly wreath onto the famous doorway at 221B Baker Street. Learn how a Christmas pudding can spell disaster.

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George Burns,
Buster Crabbe,
Betty White,
Jack Webb,
Charles Boyer,
David Niven,
Ann Baker,
Ronald Howard
Studio Name: Platinum Disc Corp
DVD Release Date:
Rating: Not Rated
Format: DVD
Run Time (in minutes): 336 minutes
Language: English
Audio Tracks: AC, Digital Sound
Shipping Weight (in pounds): 0.18
Product in Inches (L x W x H): 5.5 x 0.5 x 7.44

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Rated 3 out of 5★ by 1reviewer.
Rated 3 out of 5★ by I wasn't sure what to expect. Some of the shows I remember hearing about from my older brothers and sisters. Most of the stories were cute but nothing I would want to keep watching every christmas season.As for the quality the image would break up on a few of the shows at the beginning but most were clear. 11/22/2012
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