A family-friendly version of the story of Hanukkah, a Jewish holiday also known as The Festival of Lights. Playful lights (letters) arrive from the sky one day for people to enjoy, but invading Greeks try to impose their alphabet instead.

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Greek Nobleman (voice) (as Paul Michael Glazer)
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Greek Nobleman (voice)
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A family-friendly version of the story of Hanukkah, a Jewish holiday also known as The Festival of Lights. Playful lights (letters) arrive from the sky one day for people to enjoy, but invading Greeks try to impose their alphabet instead.

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December 1984 (USA)  »

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Lights: The Miracle of Chanukah  »

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simply scrumptulious
26 December 2005 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

First Caeser, then Napoleon. The next man to conquer is cinematographer Paul Michael Graser. If I had to come up with a word for this film, I couldn't, therefore I have to create my own:

Lights. Is. Described As:

Srumtroolescent. I highly recommend this movie. It brought hope and a "light" in a tunnel...a dark tunnel, headed towards narcotics.

"I've never seen it, i can't comment," said Matt Aldana, not a member of the Tribe.

Randi Levine remembers watching this movie as a young moppet. "OK. Hey." She continues, "No...shamos,no." "Nun, no." "GIMMEL! Give it to me all! This movie is outstanding! Twenty three minutes and thirty seconds of gold, pure gold."


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