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Have watched this movie at least once every Christmas for the past twenty years. Never tire of the superb acting and well-crafted script. Joseph Schildkraut is wonderful as a down and out actor and a perfect foil to Eugene Pallette's family's frivolous and seemingly naive view of life.
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