|Director||Arthur H. Wolf|
|Writers||Margaret Travis (writer)
|Plot||At Thanksgiving, the Johnson family is awaiting the dinner hour, but Mom and Dad have some bad news--because of increased expenses that month, there's no money to buy a turkey. However, instead of feeling bad that they don't have a turkey for Thanksgiving, the family begins to think about all the things they do have to be thankful for.... see A Day of Thanksgiving on IMDb|
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|This is a unique DVD compilation of historic Thanksgiving films from the 1950s. Enjoy both of these rare gems of cinema history on this DVD compilation. You can't find this DVD anywhere else! Running time 24 minutes. TABLE OF CONTENTS: A Day of Thanksgiving (1951) - 13 minutes running time - A middle-lower class American family can't afford a turkey for Thanksgiving, but they discover that wealth would not lead them to any greater happiness and they should all be very thankful (after all, it is Thanksgiving Day) for all the great things they DO have in their life. This movie actually won some film awards in the early 1950s. Dining Together (1951) - 11 minutes running time - This film was made to teach younger children about proper table manners for Thanksgiving family meals. Cool little social guidance movie about a family celebrating the holiday with class and dignity.|
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