Christmas in Connecticut Movie
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  • I love watching all of the hilarious scenes and problems that arise
  • Old movies are the best, as they are so simple yet so good

    • by Lauren0924
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      Christmas in Connecticut is an old black and white movie that is so good and so funny. It stars Barbara Stanwyck and Dennis Morgan.

      The movie is about Elizabeth Lane, the country’s most loved food writer and house wife.

      She


      writes an article in a magazine about foods she cooks, her farm in Connecticut, and her family.

      A sailor that is recovering from the war is invited by the magazine’s publisher to spend Christmas on Elizabeth Lane’s farm with her and her family.

      However, we find out that she lives in New York in a tiny apartment, is not married and does not and can not cook.

      All her recipes come from her uncle Felix who is hilarious! However, a ...


      • Christmas in Connecticut Movie
      guy that likes her and keeps asking her to marry her offers his farm in Connecticut.

      She agrees to marry him even though she does not love him and they all go to his farm.

      Before they can be married

      though, the sailor shows up followed by the magazine publisher.

      This movie is so funny! I love watching all of the hilarious scenes and problems that arise.

      Great movie! Old movies are the best, as they are so simple yet so good.




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Laudemhir Jan Parel says :

re : Old movies are the best, as they are so simple yet so good
I’m adding this on my watchlist this Christmas Thanks for the review

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