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MGM Christmas Trailer (1937)

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Judy Garland sings "Silent Night, Holy Night", accompanied by the St. Luke's Episcopal Church Choristers of Long Beach, California.

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Judy Garland sings "Silent Night, Holy Night", accompanied by the St. Luke's Episcopal Church Choristers of Long Beach, California.

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This short film is available as a bonus on the Warner DVD of A Christmas Carol (1938). See more »

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Silent Night, Holy Night
Written by Franz Gruber (music) and Joseph Mohr (lyrics)
Performed by Judy Garland, with the St. Luke's Episcopal Church Choristers of Long Beach,
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13 March 2008 | by (Louisville, KY) – See all my reviews

MGM Christmas Trailer (1937)

*** (out of 4)

A 15-year-old Judy Garland sings "Silent Night" in this very short (2-minutes) short from MGM. There's really nothing to judge here except the song and Garland does a great job with it. I'm sure something extra could have been added to plump up the running time but what's here is very good.

Christmas Party, The (1931)

*** (out of 4)

Jackie Cooper wants to throw his football team a Christmas party at his house but soon other teams learn of it and want to come as well. The house is too small for everyone so Cooper asks Mayer if he can have the party on one of the MGM lots. The actual story here isn't all that important but what is are all th A-list stars who make an appearance here. Clark Gable, Lionel Barrymore, Anita Page, Wallace Beery, Marie Dressler, Marion Davies, Jimmy Durante (as Santa) and Norma Shearer are just a few of the stars that show up. If you know anything about Mayer you'd know that there's no way he'd really allow a party to take place on his set but I guess that's besides the point since the film itself is just trying to be charming and it does that. Mayer doesn't show up but there are plenty of others that make this a must see for fans of Hollywood's Golden Era.


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