Disc 1 - Classic TV Shows
Curl up and drift back to a simpler time, when the down-home warmth of Christmas was celebrated on the nation's favorite classic TV shows. Join your favorite characters in these heartwarming classics that are sure to evoke fond memories of Christmas past, and recapture the fun and innocence of the season.
Disc 2 - Classic TV Specials
Adults and children alike will delight in these Christmas TV specials that play such a big part in our Christmas memories. With their creative imagery and vivid colors, innovative techniques and magical sequences, these short films have, for many, become highly anticipated favorites each year as the holiday season approaches. Classics like Rudolph The Red Nosed Reindeer and Jack Frost, to name just two of the films in this magical collection, capture the wonder and enchantment of Christmas for both young and old.
Disc 3 - Christmas Features
Beyond Tomorrow (1940)
Love conquers greed in this charming holiday film. When three wealthy, selfish bachelors have a change of heart one Christmas Eve and decide to try their hand at match-making, they soon realize they have their work cut out for them. But their adventures lead them to understand that doing a good deed is more rewarding than they ever thought possible.
Scrooge learns the true meaning of Christmas, in this unforgettable classic that has become a holiday favorite for almost everyone. When three ghosts pay him a visit on Christmas Eve, Scrooge changes his miserly ways forever and wakes up a new man, just in time to celebrate the Holidays.
A Christmas Without Snow (1981)
Building her hopes and dreams again from scratch, a divorced woman moves to snowless San Francisco for a fresh start with her son. As Christmas approaches, her church choir and its upcoming concert become the centre of both frustration and joy as she searches to find the wonder of Christmas once more.
Miracle On 34th Street (1957)
A man claiming to be Santa Claus is at first shunned by the community, but eventually, with the help of a little girl, even the most skeptical come to see that miracles really can happen. Believing in magic and learning how to see the world through the eyes of a child again are central in this delightful feature that captures the meaning of the Holidays.