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The Holly and the Ivy

The Holly and the Ivy(1952)

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Cast & Crew

Ralph Richardson Reverend Gregory
Celia Johnson Jenny Gregory
Margaret Leighton Margaret Gregory
Denholm Elliott Mick Gregory
Hugh Williams Richard Wyndham
John Gregson David Paterson
Margaret Halstan Aunt Lydia
Maureen Delaney Aunt Bridget
William Hartnell Company Sergeant/Major
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MPAA Ratings:  Premiere Info: 
Release Date:  1952 Production Date: 
Color/B&W:  Black and White Distributions Co: 
Sound:  Mono Production Co:  .....Production Company, Pacemaker .....Theatrical Distributor, .....Theatrical Distributor
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  • The Holly and the Ivy

    richard bates 2013-11-27

    Fantastic movie....I watched it as a kid and I am sixty five years old....What a wonderful Christmas movie and message....I keep looking for it on... MORE>

  • The Holly and The Ivy

    Dee 2013-10-02

    One of the best Christmas movies......yet I never see it anywhere ! Why ? MORE>

  • one of the greatest of C'mas messages

    jean gary 2013-08-17

    A very unique plot line for C'mas specials. I appreciate the fact that it is set in a small town America and it is culturally correct. Absolutely love... MORE>