A film from 1945 that still shines, full of energy and great performances. It matches 'It's a Wonderful Life' in the weepy stakes, and is just as well made and acted. If you're a fan of that film then you'll surely enjoy this. It's quintessential family viewing and I'm surprised it's not on the box every Christmas with the other perennials.
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