Celebrate the Holidays with Four Endearing Christmas Stories!
The Christmas Bunny
Starring Florence Henderson, Sophie Bolen, Colby French, Medeline Vail
(2010) Color PG
An instant holiday classic for the whole family, The Christmas Bunny is a heartwarming adventure bursting with the joy of the season. When Julia, a lonely foster child, discovers an injured rabbit on Christmas Eve, she forms an unlikely friendship with the kind older woman (Florence Henderson) who vows to nurse the bunny back to health. In the process, Julia’s own heart is healed and she forges a bond with her adoptive family that makes her Christmas one she—and you—will never forget.
The Littlest Angel
Starring Johnny Whitaker, EG Marshall, Tony Randall
(1969) Color Not Rated
A little shepherd boy dies on his eighth birthday and is whisked to Heaven, where he has a hard time accepting he’s really dead and he just wishes to return home. His assigned guardian angel tries his best to help the shepherd boy adjust to his new home, even allowing him to return to Earth to retrieve his special treasure box and to see his parents again. When the shepherd boy witnesses the birth of Jesus, he comes to realize what truly is important in the world.
Starring Miriam Wolfe, Robert Shaw Corale, Paul Tripp, Hurd Hatfield
(1952) Color Not Rated
This dramatization of the birth of Jesus was produced for the small screen by Studio One. This program ran on the CBS television network from 1948 to 1958, received numerous Emmy awards and nominations while many of the great stars of the day helped bring an hourly dramatic presentation to the viewing audience each week.
A Child is Born
(1955) B&W Not Rated
Starring Nadine Conner, Theodor Lippman, Robert Middleton.
A retelling of the Nativity story from the point of view of the Innkeeper’s wife, her husband and their servants.