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Yudit Lang over 6 years ago
Holiday Affair is a black-and-white 1949 light romantic comedy film starring Robert Mitchum and Janet Leigh. This modest film, directed and produced by Don Hartman, saw Mitchum expand from his typical roles in film noir and war films. Set during the Christmas season, the film was not well received on its initial release. However, Turner Classic Movies has aired the film over Christmas, and it has recently become something of a minor holiday classic. A made-for-television remake was produced in 1996. Steve Mason (Robert Mitchum), a veteran and drifter, is employed as a clerk during the Christmas season at Crowley's, a New York department store. He suspects customer Connie Ennis (Janet Leigh) of being a comparative shopper for a rival store when she buys an expensive toy train set without asking a single question about it. That night, her son Timmy (Gordon Gebert) becomes excited when he sneaks a peek at what he thinks is his present, only to be disappointed when his mother sets him...
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