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  1. June 4 (sorry - a couple days late) Jun 4: The American Christmas comedy-drama film "Miracle on 34th Street" premiered in NYC on this day in 1947. It was written and directed by George Seaton based on a story by Valentine Davies. It stars Maureen O'Hara, John Payne, Natalie Wood, and Edmund Gwenn. The story takes place between Thanksgiving Day and Christmas Day in New York City and focuses on the effect of a department store Santa Claus who claims to be the real Santa. The film has become a perennial Christmas favorite. It won three Oscars: Best Supporting Actor
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  2. Yes, please. Do call in and give your input on any number of issues for the ClausNet Podcast! Heck...just leave a general greeting to be played on the Podcast, like, "Ho, Ho, Hello! This is Felix Estridge all the way from Wide Awake Wylie, TX! And you are listening to the ClausNet Podcast!"
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  3. The Homecoming is one Christmas special that is on my "must watch" list. I have the DVD and watch this every Christmas. Such wonderful acting and a great story! Love the very end where John Walton is explaining to all the children how he got all their Christmas presents!
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  4. A new Waltons movie with Richard Thomas is coming to television. The original John-Boy actor will narrate a rebooted version of “The Homecoming.” Source: ME TV 25,05,2021 Not sure about you folk, but I have fond memories of the original Christmas episode, so Im looking forward to this Richard Thomas is coming back to Walton's Mountain, in a manner of speaking. He'll be narrating, presumably in the "older John-Boy" role that Early Hamner Jr. played in the original series, a TV holiday special titled The Waltons' Homecoming. Set to air later this year on the CW networ
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  5. Personally, I think Hollywood had it's run. Too many Hollywood movies want to tell you how and what to think, and the entertainment value has gone way down in favor of political correctness. I enjoy more independent films and especially Christian movies.
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  6. Christmas Comes Early as Lifetime Reunites Casts and Reveals Two Movies for the 2021 "It's a Wonderful Lifetime" Holiday Movie Slate This year, Lifetime will reunite some memorable casts including "High School Musical" alums Corbin Bleu and Monique Coleman in "A Christmas Dance Reunion." The Fulton Critic 05/19/21 - 10:47 AM [via press release from Lifetime] https://cropper.watch.aetnd.com/cdn.watch.aetnd.com/sites/5/2020/09/Wonderful-Lifetime-Holiday-Promo-Image-2020.jpg CHRISTMAS COMES EARLY AS LIFETIME REUNITES CASTS AND REVEALS TWO MOVIES FOR THE 2021 "IT'
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  7. I’m wondering if we will see a big up-swing with Christmas in July events this year as more communities begin to open-up.
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  8. Gonna be honest: I absolutely love the podcast. I look forward to it like a kid at Christmas waiting for Santa to visit. I download it and listen multiple times.
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  9. CandyRific Offers Licensed Candy Novelties for Christmas 2021 Highlights include The Elf on the Shelf, M&M’S and other holiday-themed items. License Global | Jun 07, 2021 CandyRific has announced new items for Christmas 2021, along with the return of candy novelties. Holiday goodies with licenses including The Elf on the Shelf and M&M’S brand, along with non-licensed items, are available now for Christmas 2021. New this year, The Elf on the Shelf Gift Hunt bag includes 12 plastic presents with removable lids. The Elf on the Shelf candy novelty items are als
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  10. The Rise in Holiday Travel: A New Trend for 2021? Travel Pulse FALZ MAY 10, 2021 As vaccination rates continue to grow worldwide, some people are noticing a trend in travelers booking for this year’s Thanksgiving and Christmas holidays. Will holiday travel become the next big trend for 2021? Club Med has noticed an 18 percent growth in bookings around Thanksgiving and a nine percent increase in bookings around Christmas for both this year and the next. Families are beginning to plan reunion-type vacations to celebrate the return to normal, vacationing and holiday
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  11. In the UK Christmas holidays have increased in popularity for several years now. In the advent of covid, certainly for 'staycations', most venues are getting swamped with bookings, even holiday home lets. The price of general travel to Europe etc has almost double in price, as such many more people are choosing to remain in the U for holidays, thats had a knock on effect, as those prices have also increased significantly, its a kind of Covid Tax!
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  12. Hallmark Channel announces Christmas in July 2021 schedule by Sarabeth Pollack 6/7/21 FANSIDED Summer might be upon us, but don’t let the warm weather fool you because it’s time for Hallmark’s annual Christmas in July celebration. The fun begins on Hallmark Movies & Mysteries on June 25 and carries over to the Hallmark Channel on July 9 with holiday programming that will last through the end of the month. Thanks to the Crown networks, you’ll have the little bit of Christmas you need to power through the summer. Each day of the Hallmark Movies & Mysteries celebr
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  13. Pub to celebrate Christmas Day this week after Covid ruins beloved festive tradition. Source: Mirror News Another Pub celebrating Christmas in the summer A pub will be throwing a Christmas celebration for its punters having missed out on a festive knees-up last year due to Covid. Customers and staff at The Nursery Inn were so gutted to miss their annual Christmas celebrations that they decided to hold an out-of-season version. On Sunday Father Christmas will grace the Hartlepool pub where it is hoped mince pies and nuts will keep customers going - if they can be
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  14. i have nieces and nephews that do elf on a shelf, i am absolutely sick of it. but the kool aid candy is intriguing.
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  15. Summer’s Here, But Hollywood’s True Test Will Be Christmas 2021 By Brandon Katz • 05/10/21 10:44am The Observer Despite recent theatrical victories in Godzilla vs. Kong and Mortal Kombat, American movie theaters are still hurting as the pandemic continues. Just 60% of U.S. movie theaters were open this past weekend with limited capacity restrictions still largely in effect. AMC Theatres, the largest exhibitor in North America, narrowly avoided bankruptcy in January with a last minute cash infusion from investors. The domestic box office is still down roughly 75% as
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  16. Another entertaining and informative podcast! Thank you @RadioSanta!
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