Disclosure: I received four complimentary tickets to this event in exchange for posting this information. All opinions are 100 percent mine.
If you are anything like me, there are those certain films that just make me think of Christmas. And yes, A Miracle on 34th Street is one of them. I can’t recall when I first saw this film, but I was probably a preteen. I always loved classic films anyway, and a film where they put Santa on trial? Sounds like a winner to me. And with Maureen O’Hara (who only recently passed away) and Natalie Wood (a child star who grew to an adult star who died a tragic death), how could one go wrong?
Have you ever wanted to see this film in a theater? I know I have, but old-time films rarely come to the theater. Well, on December 23, you may have a chance to do just this. Thanks to Fathom Events, you may be able to go to a participating theater and see this in glorious black and white exactly as it was intended. No puny television screen–this is big screen time.
Limited tickets are available nationwide, and this is the perfect family event (that is what my family is doing). Be sure to check out the long list of theaters that are showing this the day before Christmas Eve, and don’t miss this!
Remind yourself of the true meaning of Christmas when TCM brings Miracle on 34th Street (1947) to a cinema near you on December 20 and 23, featuring a special introduction by TCM’s Robert Osborne. Tickets are on sale now: http://bit.ly/1LTDf4X