Miracle on 34th Street (1947) 1080p YIFY Movie

Miracle on 34th Street (1947) 1080p

Miracle on 34th Street is a movie starring Edmund Gwenn, Maureen O'Hara, and John Payne. When a nice old man who claims to be Santa Claus is institutionalized as insane, a young lawyer decides to defend him by arguing in court that...

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  • Genre: Comedy | Drama
  • Quality: 1080p
  • Size: 1.84G
  • Resolution: / fps
  • Language: English
  • Run Time: 96
  • IMDB Rating: 7.9/10 
  • MPR: Normal
  • Peers/Seeds: 2 / 34

The Synopsis for Miracle on 34th Street (1947) 1080p

At the Macy's Department Store Thanksgiving Day parade, the actor playing Santa is discovered to be drunk by a whiskered old man. Doris Walker, the no nonsense special events director, persuades the old man to take his place. The old man proves to be a sensation and is quickly recruited to be the store Santa at the main Macy's outlet. While he is successful, Ms. Walker learns that he calls himself Kris Kringle and he claims to be the actual Santa Claus. Despite reassurances by Kringle's doctor that he is harmless, Doris still has misgivings, especially when she has cynically trained herself, and especially her daughter, Susan, to reject all notions of belief and fantasy. And yet, people, especially Susan, begin to notice there is something special about Kris and his determination to advance the true spirit of Christmas amidst the rampant commercialism around him and succeeding in improbable ways. When a raucous conflict with the store's cruelly incompetent psychologist erupts, Kris ...


The Director and Players for Miracle on 34th Street (1947) 1080p

[Director]George Seaton
[Role:]John Payne
[Role:]Gene Lockhart
[Role:]Maureen O'Hara
[Role:]Edmund Gwenn


The Reviews for Miracle on 34th Street (1947) 1080p


A great holiday movie full of cheer :o)Reviewed byBlondi85Vote: 8/10

This movie will put you in a great mood. It is very uplifting, and it is great for all ages. The movie is about a man who claims to be Santa Clause, and people do not believe him and they think he is crazy. They want to put him in a mental institute. Some people believe though that he is not crazy, which includes his lawyer, so they fight and try to prove that he is not crazy.

Santa Claus a.k.a Kris Kringle played by Edmund Gwenn did a great job playing Santa Claus. Not only did he look like you think Santa would look like, but he also portrayed the character as a very caring, loveable man. Natalie Wood who played little Susan who is a serious little girl with no imagination. Wood did a great job playing that character. Maureen O'Hara played Doris Walker ( Susan's mom). O'Hara's acting was also good playing a character who is overly serious, with no imagination. She teaches Susan that there is no Santa Claus.

The directing in this movie was good. The legal battle over Kris Kringle really being Santa has the viewer wondering which way you would decide if you were the judge. The theme to the story was good for the holiday season.

Miracle on 34th Street is a great movie to get you into the Christmas spirit. It is great for kids and adults of all ages. You will not only want to see it once, but maybe every Christmas to start a tradition. It is a well-rounded movie with drama, comedy, romance and fantasy.

This movie is 8 out 10 stars.

Feel Good MovieReviewed bystardust106Vote: 7/10

It's amazing to me when one single movie can brighten your spirits, Miracle On 34th Street is one such movie that has the ability to do just that. A viewer can't help but to wear a smile after watching, which is what makes for a great film. There was nothing bad about this film at all. The acting and the sets were very good. And the whole spirit of Christmas shone throughout the entire movie.

Like I said above, that acting in this movie was superb. Edmund Gwenn playing the role of Kris Kringle was marvelous. He seemed to be happy and jolly throughout the whole movie, all the qualities one thinks of when thinking about Santa, Edmund Gwenn embodied. He even made a believer out of me, well, not really, but close. Natalie Wood as Susan Walker had so much talent for someone her age. The emotion that she put into her role was so great that I kept forgetting that she was only a child. As for the sets, all of them were well done, but the set that stood out the most was definitely the courtroom scene. The detail that went into the making of that set was so good, it surpassed all the other sets in the movie by far.

Personally, I love Christmas movies and am really critical of what ones are good and what ones I'd have rather gouged my eyes out than have to watch. Luckily, Miracle On 34th Street was not one of those movies. The spirit of Christmas was portrayed really well, this was one movie that one couldn't help but feel warm and toasty after viewing. What is probably one of the greatest things about this movie is that it is one that the whole family can enjoy, and more importantly enjoy together. On a scale of 1- 10, Miracle On 34th Street is undeniably a 9, one movie that I wouldn't mind watching over and over again.

"You'd Better Watch Out, You'd Better Not Cry.................."Reviewed bybkoganbingVote: 9/10

...............Santa Claus has come to town. Or at least that's what a gentlemen appropriately named Kristopher Kringle played by Edmund Gwenn complete with full white beard is claiming. He makes his appearance at the Thanksgiving Day Parade as sponsored by R.H. Macy's Department Store and finds the Santa hired for the occasion, Percy Helton, full of a little too much Christmas cheer already. In charge of the parade is one of Macy's middle level executives, Maureen O'Hara, who fires Helton and hires Gwenn right then and there.

Gwenn's obvious sincerity makes him an ideal Santa Claus for Macy's and for us. He spreads the real meaning of Christmas around even has Macy's declaring a holiday truce with its rival Gimbel's. That's a part of Miracle on 34th Street that might be lost to viewers today. Gimbel's was Macy's big department store rival and it's flagship store in New York stood across 34th Street at the time. Gives a meaning to the title that is lost on today's audience.

But wiser and more sophisticated folks like the majority of us know there ain't no such thing as Santa Claus. Even Maureen O'Hara knows that and imparts it to her daughter Natalie Wood. Gwenn's just a kind old man in a white beard. But when his sanity is questioned, Gwenn's belief becomes a matter for the courts where Gwenn is ably defended by O'Hara's boyfriend, lawyer John Payne.

Like that other holiday classic It's A Wonderful Life, Christmas is never complete without seeing Miracle on 34th Street. Though New York has changed considerably since 1947 the year I made my earthly debut, the film has lost absolutely none of its charm.

Edmund Gwenn won the Best Supporting Actor of 1947 and in doing so, beat out his best friend, Finlay Currie, who was up that year for playing Magwitch in Great Expectations. The two had met in stock companies in their native Scotland and were friends right up to when Gwenn passed away in 1959. The Oscar was the high point of his career.

Maureen O'Hara in her memoirs says that Miracle on 34th Street holds a special place in her affections. In fact until Gwenn died, she had hopes of doing some kind of sequel. She bonded on stage with young Natalie Wood who later played her daughter in Father Was A Fullback also and kept in contact with her right up to her death in 1981.

Maureen also had a deep affection for John Payne who she made four films with and says was one of the nicest men in the world. One story she related was on the set of another film they made, Payne was served with divorce papers right on the set from his then wife, Anne Shirley. She said he broke down and cried like a baby. If it weren't for the fact she was married, she said she definitely could have gotten something going with Payne.

In the supporting cast note the presence of one grinch in the person of Porter Hall who played one of his patented nasty little meanies. His meddling and general misanthropy cause Gwenn to have that trial in the first place. Look for a bit role from Jack Albertson as the postal employee who inadvertently saves the day. Also making her film debut is Thelma Ritter as the mother of a child looking to meet Santa Claus, the one official Santa Claus, courtesy of Macy's Department Store.

Although Miracle on 34th Street has been remade several times over the years, this one is the genuine article. As genuine as the fact that Macy's has the official Santa Claus as certified by a higher authority.

One thing has always puzzled me though. How long did it take Edmund Gwenn to grow that beard for the part?

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