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This collection contains The Bishop's Wife, March Of The Wooden Soldiers, and Pocketful Of Miracles
Pocketful Of Miracles:
Superbly directed by the peerless Frank Capra, this remake of Lady For A Day is pure Hollywood magican unforgettable combination of comedy, whimsy and romance that was nominated* for three OscarsÂ(r)! Impoverished Broadway peddler Apple Annie (Bette Davis) has a problem. Her daughter, Louise (Ann-Margret), educated abroad since infancy, is coming for a visit and bringing her wealthy fiancÃ(c) with her. The problem is that Louise has believed all her life that Annie's a wealthydowager, and the poor old woman doesn't know what to do! Enter Dave the Dude (Glenn Ford)a big-hearted racketeerwho enlists the aid of his colorful mob of hooligans in a wild and crazy schemeto pass Annie off as a high-society grande dame so Louise can marry her fairy-tale prince and everyone can live happily ever after! *1961: Supporting Actor (Peter Falk), Song, Costume Design
March Of The Wooden Soldiers:
Imagine an enchanted fantasy world of timeless characters and magical moments where nothing goes right for toy makers, Stannie Dum and Ollie Dee. Based on the original Babes in Toyland, this movie is a dazzling spectacle of 6-foot wooden soldiers, Mother Goose characters and the beloved team of Laurel and Hardy. This holiday classic is perfect for the Christmas season. In color and expertly restored, this film will surely become a part of your family holiday tradition.
The Bishop's Wife:
Perhaps if The Bishop's Wife had lapsed on its copyright and fallen into the public domain like It's a Wonderful Life, it would be as much a Christmas staple as that classic. It certainly deserves to be. Dudley (Cary Grant) is an angel sent down by the prayers of a new bishop (David Niven). The bishop is trying to build a new cathedral, and he's so entrenched in his fundraising that he's watching his own marriage crumble around him. Loretta Young is devoted, moist-eyed, and basically a great date for the tempted Dudley. They drink in the afternoon, go skating at night, and make impulse buys. The skating sequence beats mightily on one's suspension of disbelief, but the rest of the film is an absolute joy. Grant is suave, worldly, and enchanting. A wonderful present for anyone who has not seen it. --Keith Simanton
Bought this specifically for The Bishop's Wife. I love Cary Grant and David Niven. Loretta Young is a plus. Watched A Pocketful of Miracles and enjoyed that show. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Julianne B. Nielsen
This is a great collection. Everyone's talking especially about THE BISHOP'S WIFE and yes, that is a Christmas classic. Read morePublished 21 months ago by Neal Reynolds
I WAS AMAZED AT HOW GREAT THE QUALITY WAS ON THIS DVD. WATCHING IT BROUGHT BACK MANY GOOD MEMORIES. THANKS!!!Published on May 26, 2013 by LOWGUY
Hey you can't go wrong with these movies all three are top notch movies that can be watched anytime. Read morePublished on April 7, 2013 by Who cares
Loved these movies!
Good old fashioned movies, that leave you will a light heart, and a smile on your lips.
They just don't make good movies like this any more.