Edmund Gwenn

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Will Macy's "Dump Trump"? Company Responds to Petition to Fire Donald Trump

Macy's has finally responded to a petition seeking the company to fire Donald Trump after it was reported that he makes a birther joke in an upcoming Christmas ad for the department store:  They will not "Dump Trump."

"Macy's marketing and merchandise offerings are...read more

Birther Joke in Macy's Ad Sparks Petition to Have Donald Trump Fired

He's fired hundreds of people on TV, but Donald Trump could be getting the boot next.

MoveOn.org has started an online petition asking Macy's to "Dump Trump" as a spokesperson after it was reported that the...read more

VIDEO: Father and Son

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Father and Son
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Length: 25:07
Aired: 6/2/1957

In 1912, Sam Saunders is an ungrateful son who constantly demands help from his father Joe, a London pawnshop owner. One day, Gus Harrison asks for Joe's help since he is wanted by the police for a crime he didn't commit. Joe helps Gus, but when Sam finds out he decides to turn him in for the reward money. Mae, Sam's girlfriend, finds out and tells Joe who helps Gus escape. The police fail to get their man, but Sam still demands the reward. watch

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Credits

Year Title Description
1956 Calabuch Movie, Actor - Prof. George Hamilton
1955 The Trouble With Harry Movie, Actor - Capt. Albert Wiles
1955 Bar Sinister Movie, Actor - Jeremiah Nolan
1954 Them! Movie, Actor - Dr. Harold Medford
1954 The Student Prince Movie, Actor - Prof. Juttner

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Some government agency ...

Question: Some government agency provides proof of Santa Claus' existence in Miracle on 34th Street, but I can't for the life of me remember which one it is.


Answer: The Department of Homeland Security… just kidding. It's the U. S. Post Office that recognizes Kris Kringle (Edmund Gwenn) as "the one and only true Santa Claus" in the Christmas classic Miracle on 34th Street (1947).

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