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Magic Christmas Tree (1964)

A boy is given a ring by an old witch. He uses the ring to bring upon a magic Christmas that grants him three wishes.

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Chris Kroesen ...
Mark
Valerie Hobbs ...
Old Woman
Darlene Lohnes ...
Mark's Mother
Richard C. Parish ...
(as Dick Parish)
Willard W. Willingham ...
(as Bill Willingham)
Billy Schaffner
Robert 'Big Buck' Maffei ...
Greed (as Robert Maffei)
Dianne Johnson
Blanche Mickelson
Howard Blevins
Terry Bradshaw
Charles Nix
Ichabod ...
Himself - Ichabod the Turtle
Lucifer ...
Himself - Lucifer the Cat
James Crocker ...
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A boy is given a ring by an old witch. He uses the ring to bring upon a magic Christmas that grants him three wishes.

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The enchanting story of a magic tree that made a prisoner of Santa Claus and opened the heart of a boy to the true meaning of Christmas

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Family | Fantasy

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19 December 1964 (USA)  »

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1.37 : 1
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Father does not see The Magic Christmas Tree even though it is right in front of him and hits it with his lawn mower. Unless he is blind he should have seen the tree long before he hit it even if it was new to him. See more »

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References The Wizard of Oz (1939) See more »

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Don't inhale, may cause dain bramage.
24 December 2001 | by (USA) – See all my reviews

Think of a seriously shoddy and underbudgeted TV movie from yesteryear, add strong dashes of evil and homoeroticism, and hire a cast missing half their chromosomes and you'll end up with THE MAGIC CHRISTMAS TREE. The only "magic" is that this piece of junk was made at all. I can't help but wonder if the executive who signed off on it lost his job...we can only hope. Let me put it another way, the blurb on the VHS, and most of the reviews can't agree on little things like the main character's name or whether or not the "movie" takes place with snow on the ground; I suspect the critics could not bear to watch the whole thing. A trite and joyless experience that will leave you rummaging through the medicine cabinet.


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