Magazine article Working Mother

Evening; PHEW!

Magazine article Working Mother

Evening; PHEW!

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CLASSIC HOLIDAY FLICKS

Break out the cookies and salted-caramel hot chocolate and hunker down with these top five picks from leonard Maltin, film critic and editor of Leonard Maltin's Classic Movie Guide.

Miraculous!.

Faith abounds in Miracle on 34th Street (1947), in which a sweet old man claims to be the real Santa Claus and changes everyone he meets.

La Bella Vita

an angel shows a suicidal man what life would have been like if he never existed in the holiday favorite It's a Wonderful Life (1946).

ghost Story

in A Christmas Carol (1951), the Ghosts of Christmas Past, Present and Future show a mean man the error of his miserly ways.

goofiness Rules

all 9-year-old Ralphie Parker wants is a Red Ryder BB gun in A Christmas Story (1983), but will his holiday wish come true?

The Fine Print Mr. C dying an untimely death may not sound festive, but the Tim allen neo-classic The Santa Clause (1994) reaffirms the redemptive power of the holiday spirit. …

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