Six-year-old Susan Walker discovers dreams do come true if you really believe. She has doubts about childhood's most enduring miracle, Santa Claus. Her mother, Dorey, told her the "secret" about him a long time ago, so she doesn't expect to receive the most important gifts on her Christmas list. But after meeting a special department store Santa who's convinced he's the real thing, she is given the most precious gift of all, something to believe in.Written by
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In 1987-1988, an attempt to remake the movie was set to be produced with Tom Mankiewicz at the helm to direct and Neil Cuthbert writing the screenplay. But it never got made as it was shelved, being deemed that a holiday picture had too narrow a box office window. See more »
In the "We believe" list is Ironworkers Local 542. There is no such branch in New York state. The other union reference (Teamsters Local 237) is correct. See more »
I remember seeing the original movie Miracle on 34th Street, that movie could never be replace with this version. This is the best updated remake of a classic story. There are some difference between the movies, but it is almost the same plot. If I could not find the original movie playing on TV during the holidays, this is the one worth watching.
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