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Don't know why this isn't shown more often
Hate to rain on the parade, but...
- el debbo
I found this pretty rough going. Luckily, I fell asleep through the middle. Weak storyline. Poor production values stem to stern. Ms. Harding's aged look seemed to be done with flour. The shots of New York, the house exterior, etc. seemed really amateurish. We all have our favorites and this is just not going to be one of mine.
- tammy conrad
I seen this movie for the first time 2 years ago and I fell in love. Would love to se eit play every year. I loved Aunt Matilda and its not your average Christmas Movie, very entertaining. Please add to your viewing. THank you. I give it 4 stars
It wouldn't be Christmas Eve without
I first saw this movie in a neighborhood theatre in Chicago in 1948 and really loved the story of how the three adopted sons of an eccentric woman find their way back home for Christmas Eve. Even though each son has their own tough situations to deal with, they all have one goal and that is to be home to help "Aunt Matilda" on the big night.Although George Brent, George Raft and Randolph Scott are excellent as the sons,it is Ann Harding playing a woman about twice her age to perfection who puts the bow on this Christmas gift.
This is one of the best christmas movies I have ever seen. I wait each year for it to appear on Tv. I am praying it comes on this season. It leaves the viewer with such a charming feeling of how the season should be. I would recommend it to anyone young and old.