People in New York City get all the fun.
This Christmas, TCM and Macy’s are offering you a chance to watch the classic “Miracle on 34th Street” in Herald Square Plaza. The movie will be screened outside of Macy’s, starting at 11 a.m. on Friday November 22nd, and continue throughout the day. You’ll surely catch a glimpse of it if you’re in the area.
To make things even more exciting, TCM host Robert Osborne will be introducting the film for the last screening of the day at 7:54 pm.
TCM is also offering 20 free days of admission to their TCM Classic Film Sightseeing Bus Tour, which kicks off on December 1st.
Here’s where the head honcho’s get their quote on:
“Miracle on 34th Street is one of the most beloved holiday films of all time, a celebration of the magic that envelops New York City during this special time of year,” said Dennis Adamovich, senior vice president of digital, affiliate, lifestyle and enterprise commerce for TCM, TBS and TNT. “It’s great to be partnering with Macy’s, which plays such a prominent role in Miracle on 34th Street. With TCM celebrating 20 years as a leading authority in classic film, we are thrilled to be giving back to fans not only through this special event with Macy’s but also by offering 20 days of free admission aboard the TCM Classic Film Sightseeing Bus Tour.”
“As Macy’s prepares for the most wonderful time of year, we are so excited to partner with Turner Classic Movies in screening the Miracle on 34th Street right where the story takes place, at Macy’s Herald Square,” said Martine Reardon, chief marketing officer, Macy’s. “What better way to spread pre-holiday cheer than with an all-day showing of one of America’s most beloved films in front of one of the most iconic holiday destinations? That’s the miracle and magic of Macy’s.”
We would tell hyou the plot of the movie, but if you don’t know it by now, then you better head to Herald Square and just see it for yourself.
Fans can find more information about the TCM Classic Film Sightseeing Bus Tour and book their free reservations online at tcm.com/20. For additional questions, fans can email email@example.com. Tickets are limited and available on a first come, first served basis.