Miracle on 34th Street

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Miracle on 34th Street (1947)


Kris Kringle, seemingly the embodiment of Santa Claus, is asked to portray the jolly old fellow at Macy's following his performance in the Thanksgiving Day parade. His portrayal is so complete that many begin to question if he truly is Santa Claus, while others question his sanity.

Director: George Seaton
Writer: George Seaton

Miracle on 34th Street Vodly
Vodly Score: 7.4/10 from 329 votes
Release Date: 1947-06-11
Status: Released
Run time: 96 min / 1:36
Production Company : 20th Century Fox
Production Country: United States of America


Edmund Gwenn
as Kris Kringle
Natalie Wood
as Susan Walker
Maureen O'Hara
as Doris Walker
John Payne
as Fred Gailey
Porter Hall
as Mr. Sawyer
Philip Tonge
as Mr. Shellhammer
Alvin Greenman
as Alfred
Harry Antrim
as Mr. Macy
James Seay
as Dr. Pierce
Gene Lockhart
as Judge Henry X. Harper
Jerome Cowan
as Thomas Mara
William Frawley
as Halloran
Herbert Heyes
as Mr. Gimbel
Robert Hyatt
as Tommy Mara
Marlene Lyden
as Dutch Girl
Robert Gist
as Department Store Window Dresser (uncredited)
Percy Helton
as Intoxicated Santa
Theresa Harris
as Cleo
Thelma Ritter
as Peter's Mother
Lela Bliss
as Mrs. Shellhammer
Ann Staunton
as Mrs. Mara (uncredited)
Jack Albertson
as Postal Sorter (uncredited)
Anthony Sydes
as Peter (uncredited)
Mary Field
as Dutch Girl's Mother (uncredited)
Walden Boyle
as Judge's Clerk (uncredited)
Dorothy Christy
as Secretary (uncredited)
Dick Cogan
as Department Store Head (uncredited)
Jeff Corey
as Reporter (uncredited)
Mike Donovan
as Court Bailiff (uncredited)
William Forrest
as Doctor Rogers at Bellevue (uncredited)
Jack Gargan
as Chauffeur (uncredited)
Jane Green
as Mrs. Harper (uncredited)
William Hoehne Jr.
as Sam the Clerk (uncredited)
Clark Howat
as Patron in Macy's Lunchroom (uncredited)
Richard Irving
as Reporter (uncredited)
Robert Karnes
as Second Bellevue Intern (uncredited)
Mae Marsh
as Woman in Santa Line (uncredited)
Anne O'Neal
as Secretary to Mr. Sawyer (uncredited)
Alvin Hammer
as George (uncredited)
'Snub' Pollard
as Final Mail-Bearing Court Officer (uncredited)
Lorin Raker
as Macy's Salesman (uncredited)
Bob Reeves
as Court Officer Bearing Mail (uncredited)
Stephen Roberts
as Security Guard (uncredited)
Jeffrey Sayre
as Courtroom Reporter (uncredited)
Irene Shirley
as R.H. Macy's Secretary (uncredited)
Ray Spiker
as Court Officer Bearing Mail (uncredited)
Brick Sullivan
as Guard (uncredited)
Guy Thomajan
as Lou (uncredited)


Sound Alfred Newman Music Director
Editing Robert L. Simpson Editor
Art Richard Day Art Direction
Art Thomas Little Set Decoration
Sound Roger Heman Sr. Sound
Sound Cyril J. Mockridge Original Music Composer
Camera Lloyd Ahern Director of Photography
Writing George Seaton Screenplay
Directing George Seaton Director
Production William Perlberg Producer
Costume & Make-Up Charles Le Maire Costume Design
Costume & Make-Up Ben Nye Makeup Artist
Writing Valentine Davies Story
Camera Charles G. Clarke Director of Photography
Visual Effects Fred Sersen Visual Effects
Sound Edward B. Powell Music
Sound Arthur von Kirbach Sound
Art Richard Irvine Art Direction
Costume & Make-Up Kay Nelson Costume Design
Art Ernest Lansing Set Decoration
Sound Maurice De Packh Orchestrator
Editing Lyman Hallowell Editorial Services

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