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A Fireside Chat with Lionel Barrymore (1938)

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A short made by MGM to promote its release of A Christmas Carol (1938). Actor Lionel Barrymore traditionally read the 'Charles Dickens (I)' novel in a radio broadcast every Christmas; he ... See full summary »

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A short made by MGM to promote its release of A Christmas Carol (1938). Actor Lionel Barrymore traditionally read the 'Charles Dickens (I)' novel in a radio broadcast every Christmas; he didn't do it in 1938 so as not to conflict with the release of MGM's film. Instead, he made this short to discuss the novel--and the upcoming film--with the audience that would normally listen to his broadcast. Written by frankfob2@yahoo.com

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December 1938 (USA)  »

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