Maureen O'Hara, John Payne, Edmund Gwenn, Gene Lockhart
George Seaton (Screenplay), George Seaton (Director), Valentine Davies (Story)
Release: Jun. 11th, 1947
Runtime: 1 hour, 36 minutes
Kris Kringle, seemingly the embodiment of Santa Claus, is asked to portray the jolly old fellow at Macy's following his performance in the Thanksgiving Day parade. His portrayal is so complete that many begin to question if he truly is Santa Claus, while others question his sanity.
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The film gets started when an elderly gentleman named Kris Kringle (Edmund Gwenn) discovers that the Santa hired for Macy's Christmas parade has been drinking on the job and so is hired at the last minute by the parade's desperate organiser (Maureen O'Hara).