Christmas movies from before 1918


#1

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#2

Wow, the Moonlight Sonata? Points for subtlety.


#3

“James Williamson’s joyous and celebratory 1902 The Little Match Seller, just a few minutes long.”

Joy and celebration in watching a poor child freeze to death in the snow on Christmas? WTFBBQ.


#4

Meh, only a 53 on Rotten Tomatoes. Probably won’t even turn a profit at the box office. /s


#5

But it’s OK in the end, because they go to Heaven and get their reward there…

Fuck, it’s depressing thinking about how there are people out there who justify their inaction with that kind of shit.


#6

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