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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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This delightful clip only gets a 6.7? ???
29 August 2004 | by (United States Minor Outlying Islands) – See all my reviews

The imdb ratings continue to boggle the mind, my mind anyway. Seven people gave this number a 10, two people gave it a nine, one person a 5 and one a 4. Yet it ends up with only a 6.7 rating? Come on imdb, we love you and no offense, but is your calculator in working order? I don't get it.

That was all I was going to say on the subject, but it seems that any comment being submitted to imdb must include at least ten lines of text to be considered for acceptance. Okay, I'll just add that I can't see anything to dislike about this clip of Judy Garland singing "Silent Night" and everything *to* like.

Well, there's eleven lines of text but I'm still getting a message that I have to have ten lines of text. Come on imdb, what's the holdup? :)


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