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!

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