Miracle on 34th Street

Edmund Gwenn, Natalie Wood, and Maureen O'Hara in a scene from MIRACLE ON 34TH STREET, 1947.
Insanity is a crazy thing, isn’t it? Sometimes you don’t even know you have it until someone lets you know. Luckily, everyone in this film is infected.

With little Susan reciting “I believe, I believe, …it’s silly, but I believe”, poor janitor Albert just realizing he had childhood issues with his father, Kris Kringle being committed in and out of Bellvue, Doris not believing in fairytales, and Fred Gailey unsure of that cane leaning in the corner, the whole film may as well have been filmed in a nuthouse!

Luckily we’re still using its wonder and magic in life today.

Nothing brings out the crazies like the holiday season- give in and enjoy it.


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