Christmas just isn't Christmas unless you watch at least one version of A Christmas Carol, and this our favorite. A Christmas Carol with George C. Scott.
We all know the story of Scrooge and Bob Cratchet. This version just happens to be the one we turn to a couple of times each year to remind us of how fortunate we are and how important generosity, family and laughter are central to our total fulfillment in life.
When a widow and widower meet, they fall in
love, the travesty is that she has 8 children and he has 10. Can a marriage
survive a family this large? Watch and find out how all the kids overcome the
trials of this huge blended family.
When frontiersman Adam sweeps Milly off her
feet and brings her home after a quick marriage ceremony, the fun begins. Milly
realizes that now she must cook and clean for 6 brothers as well. Watch as
Milly civilizes these men - washes their clothes, makes them shave, teaches
them how to dance, how to eat with manners and many other things - in an effort
to help them catch their brides.
A poor, uneducated adopted orphan, Molly, leaves the back woods in search of a rich husband. When Molly meets Johnny, she doesn’t know he’s rich, so she goes to work in town as a saloon girl. Johnny wins Molly’s heart as he teaches her to read and builds her a house. When they discover a rich claim of silver in his mine, they move to Denver and try to enter Denver’s Special Elite. But they realize that being rich doesn’t automatically make you happy and that true friends will stick by you through thick and thin.
Author: Pop Pop Productions, Determination Productions
Starting with a handpicked group of 26 undisciplined
kids, Coach Herb teaches them to play hockey like never before. They win and
make Olympic history in 1980 against the Soviet Union. Amazing teamwork.
I) the Bushman have lived peacefully for thousands of years, that is until a Coke bottle drops from the sky. With 4 plots woven throughout the film – a school teacher, animal researcher, terrorist group and a bushman tribe – the comedy goes on and on. Great message and story.