Sale! LORETTA YOUNG Come to the Stable (1949) & Christmas Eve (1986) 2 DVDs $9.99 FREE ship

Come to the Stable is a 1949 American film which tells the story of two French nuns who come to a small New England town and involve the townsfolk in helping them to build a children’s hospital. It stars Loretta Young, Celeste Holm, Hugh Marlowe, Elsa Lanchester, Thomas Gomez, Dooley Wilson and Regis Toomey.



The movie was based on a short story written by Clare Boothe Luce, and the screenplay was written by Sally Benson, Clare Boothe Luce and Oscar Millard. It was directed by Henry Koster.

It was nominated for Academy Awards for Best Actress in a Leading Role (Loretta Young), Best Actress in a Supporting Role (Celeste Holm), Best Actress in a Supporting Role (Elsa Lanchester), Best Art Direction-Set Decoration, Black-and-White (Lyle Wheeler, Joseph C. Wright, Thomas Little, Paul S. Fox), Best Cinematography, Best Music, Song (Alfred Newman and Mack Gordon for “Through a Long and Sleepless Night”) and Best Writing, Motion Picture Story.


Christmas Eve (1986) Loretta Young
with Arthur Hill, Ron Leibman, Trevor Howard, Patrick Cassidy, Season Hubley, Kate Reid

Golden Globe – Best Performance by an Actress in a Mini-Series or Motion Picture Made for TV (1987) – Loretta Young

NBC TV network, Original airing Dec. 22nd, 1986 – Story of a well-to-do elderly woman, who befriends the homeless and volunteers her time with children, who learns she has an incurable illness and wants desperately to reunite her three grown grand children (who are scattered across the U.S. living their own lives), with their estranged father, her son. She hires a private detective to search for them so as to try to get everyone together on Christmas Eve for one last reunion.

DVD exactly as seen on TV when originally aired.

A heart warming story line that most can relate to.

“Loretta Young brings her strength, intelligence and charm to this role. Welcome Back!”

Although scripts were still occasionally coming in, Loretta now considered herself permanently retired. That is, until 1986, when she was offered the perfect script, the lead in an NBC made-for-TV movie titled “Christmas Eve.”

Filming was on location in Toronto, and twelve hour days were the norm, the director and crew allowed her to sleep a little later than everyone else in the mornings. Other than that, at 74, she kept up with the pace.

And she had lost none of her perfectionist tendencies: every night she looked at her dailies to see if her character was developing on-screen the way she should. “Unless you do,” she told the director, “you don’t know if the character is alive, dead, or too one-dimensional.”

Four months later with Ronald Reagan – Loretta attended the Golden Globe awards. As the “Best Performance by an Actress in a Television Movie” category was announced, the winner was . . . Loretta Young! She received a standing ovation as she went onstage to collect her prize. “Miracles do happen,” she said to the packed hall. “God in His mysterious way gave me 23 years to prepare for this role. This is the icing on the cake.” She thought she heard Mama clapping too.

Two years later, Loretta made her very last film, Lady In A Corner, co-starring Brian Keith and Lindsay Frost, also for NBC and also filmed in Toronto.

Critic Hal Erikson said; “The sole reason for watching this made-for-TV movie is star Loretta Young, looking as youthful and stunning as ever.” She was then 77 years young.

Exactly as seen on Television the night it aired ….

TWO (2) no-region DVDs in DVD/CD sleeves, photo labels. Guaranteed, replaced with same title.

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