Christmas in Connecticut film Product Information
|Category||Comedies DVDs, Adventure Movies, Romance Videos, Recommended, Christmas, Christmas/Chanukkah, Holidays|
|Starring||Barbara Stanwyck, Reginald Gardiner, Sydney Greenstreet, Una O'Connor, S.Z. Sakall, Robert Shayne, Joyce Compton, Frank Jenks, Dennis Morgan|
|Costume Designer||Edith Head|
|Director of Photography||Carl Guthrie|
|Production Designer||Stanley Fleischer|
|Screenwriter||Adele Comandini, Lionel Houser|
Christmas in Connecticut movie was released Sep 28, 1999 by the Turner Home Entertainment (T.H.E.) studio. A sharp writer, who has never stepped foot in a kitchen, wrote a cooking column for a women's magazine. Christmas in Connecticut VHS for sale She posed as a happy homemaker, complete with husband, babe and country estate, to trick her publisher who believes in authenticity. Christmas in Connecticut movie Her goose is cooked when the publisher arranged for her to host a sailor over the Christmas holidays. Christmas in Connecticut video The journalist has to marry her boyfriend, find a home and prepare a spectacular meal for a huge magazine spread. ...See Full Description
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||my favorite chrstmas movie|
CHRISTMAS I CONNECTICUT IS MY ALL TIME FAVORITE HOLIDAY MOVIE,BARBARA STANWYCK WAS NEVER WITTIER,PRETTIER,SHE IS MY ALL TIME FAVORITE ACTRESS,WHY THIS MOVIE ISN'T ON DVD IS MIND BLOWING. I HAVE IT ON LASER DSC AND WATCH IT EVERY HOLIDAY,WHEN WILL IT BE RELEASED ON DVD,SOON I HOPE I DON'T KNOW HOW MANY YEARS I HAVE LEFT IN MY LASER DISC HAPPY HOLIDAYS ROGER LYNN.
By rogerlynn (metropolis il)
||Witty Holiday Fun|
This is one of my most favorite Christmas movies. The first time I saw it was when Turner was colorizing all their flims, and although I know it's tabu to say, it's Edith Head's colorized gowns looked wonderful. Barbara is wonderfully bright and witty as well is her "Uncle Felix" The diologue moves along quick as a snap with numerous comedic switches (check out the seen with the bus boy quoting the dictionary from memory) such as Stanwick's non-tradiional role as writer with few femine skills associated with the day ... very much in line with Rosy the Riviter, she was a woman in control of her own destiny, but still femine in look and she gets her man. In general, all gender and social roles do a double flip in his movie. Great gift wrapping distraction!!!!!
By bstu4evrs (San Francisco, CA)
||CHRISTMAS WITH A TWIST|
THIS MOVIE IS CHARMINGLY FUNNY AND ROMANTIC, WITH ENOUGH GREAT ACTORS TO KEEP YOU INTERESTED. THERE ARE A LOT OF PLOT TWIST AND TURNS THAT KEEP THE STORY ON A FAST PACE OF DIALOG BETWEEN STANWYCK AND HER BOSS SYDNEY GREENSTREET. ANYONE WANTING A GOOD CHRISTMAS MOVIE TO SEE, WILL BE PLEASENTLY PLEASED WITH THIS 1945 CLASSIC.
By KAYAKMAN (ARROYO GRANDE CALIFORNIA)
||Funniest Christmas Movie Ever|
Christmas in Connecticut (original movie) has been my favorite since I can remember. It is funny without the explitives often found in recent movies. I LOVE OLD MOVIES and this is the best by far. Treat yourself to Christmas in Connecticut.
By bevdodd (Chicagoland, USA)
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||A Christmas in Connecticut|
This is a charming and lightly played holiday tale that allows Barbara Stanwyck to turn in one of her best comedic roles. The movie has all the ingredients for a holiday classic: a farm in the country, lots of snow, mishaps and miscommunications to keep everyone guessing as to how the whole thing will turn out in the end. It's one of the lesser known holiday movies, but year by year, is getting more and more attention. If you don't go for the heavily sweet holiday fare, this is just what the doctor ordered.
By lilylace969 (Wallingford, CT, USA)
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