In addition to watching old Christmas films, I like to seek out old Christmas TV episodes as well. Those can be harder to track down, especially in any decent quality.

Here is a 1953 episode of Ozzie and Harriet that is of relatively decent quality and is free on YouTube. I enjoyed seeing the vintage furniture and toys in this episode, especially the old “ViewMaster” type of thing they used to view photos in 3D. This is a sweet episode during which everyone is wishing intently for snow, but having some trouble with the idea of having faith. Enjoy!

Click here to watch.

You might also like these posts…

5 Autumn movies

5 Autumn movies

Here are 5 ideas for movies to watch to get ready for autumn. Well, 4 movies and a TV series. All 4 movies are currently available to rent on Amazon for $3.99 each (affiliate links below). (1) You’ve Got Mail  - a classic... This is the one that has the famous fall...

The Grinch (2018) movie review

The Grinch (2018) movie review

Last night my kids and I watched The Grinch, which is currently available to stream on Netflix or to rent on Amazon for $3.99 (affiliate link). This is the version that was released at the end of 2018, so I doubt you'll need my review, but I'll tell you my thoughts...

1979 Disney’s Merry Christmas Songs album TV commercial

1979 Disney’s Merry Christmas Songs album TV commercial

To wrap up this string of Disney-themed Christmas prompts, I thought I'd share this 1979 TV commercial for Walt Disney Studios Merry Christmas Songs. You could get the double album along with a separate storybook album of Dickens' Christmas Carol for only $10.98. Some...