Holiday Affair (1949) was a Comedy - Romance Film directed by Don Hartman and produced by Don Hartman.
Holiday Delight on Blu-ray: It Happened on 5th Avenue (1947), Holiday Affair (1949), and The Shop Around the Corner (1940)By KC on Dec 9, 2020 From Classic Movies
For over ten years on this site I have been banging the drum every holiday season about It Happened on 5th Avenue (1947), Holiday Affair (1949), and The Shop Around the Corner (1940). I never felt like they got enough love, though awareness of these charming films appears to have grown at a steady p... Read full article
Review: Holiday Affair (1949)By 4 Star Film Fan on Dec 25, 2018 From 4 Star Films
Holiday Affair might be a bit of an oxymoron as far as Christmas movies go. It’s not?too far?off the truth to christen it an old-modern?Christmas classic, at least depending on how you define your terms. It’s a Christmas picture that has all but sailed under the radar since its original ... Read full article
“Holiday Affair” (1949) and interview with Gordon Geberton Nov 30, 2018 From Comet Over Hollywood
After Robert Mitchum was released from jail for marijuana possession, his studio was looking to clean up his image. The answer was a romantic holiday comedy, ?Holiday Affair? (1949). ?At this time Robert Mitchum was operating under the cloud. The head of the studio was eager to clean up his image wi... Read full article
25 Days of Christmas: Holiday Affair (1949)on Dec 13, 2017 From Journeys in Classic Film
Originally published December 24th, 2012 Coming into the home stretch of 25 Days of Christmas 2012, and the final three movies cannot come sooner.? I don’t hate Christmas movies; it’s just I lost a day and the whole slate of films ran away with me. ?Today’s film is another first-ti... Read full article
Holiday Affair (1949)By Cameron on Dec 6, 2017 From The Blonde At The Film
via: http://www.tcm.com/tcmdb/title/78191/Holiday-Affair/#tcmarcp-136511-145880 ?Unless otherwise noted, all images are my own. Holiday Affair (1949) isn’t as famous as?White Christmas (1954) or It’s a Wonderful Life (1946), but its status as a Christmas film has grown quite a bit since ... Read full article
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Connie Ennis: Oh, you're always so wrong about me. I have a wonderful memory of a husband and a marriage. You're trying to take it away from me.
Steve Mason: Nobody wants to do that. I know. I'm sure Carl doesn't. All anybody wants is for you to live in the present and not be afraid of the future. You know, maybe it could happen again if you quit pretending that something that's dead is still alive.
Connie Ennis: Oh, alright, if it will make you any happier, you're a fortune teller. You're absolutely right about me all the time. I want everything just the way it is - Mrs. Status Quo. Just me and Timmy - no changes.
Steve Mason: And I want a girl that'll drop everything and run to me, no matter what the score is.
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