TCM and Macy's Spread Holiday Cheer

20 Nov 2013 - By TW Staff

Turner Classic Movies and Macy's are coming together to spread holiday cheer this season with a special screening of Miracle on 34th Street in New York City on Friday, November 22, outside Macy's Herald Square. The Christmas classic will begin at 11 a.m. and run throughout the day. TCM host Robert Osborne will introduce the final screening at 7:45 pm.

"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, in a press release. "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."

In addition to the screening of Miracle on 34th Street, TCM is celebrating the holiday season by offering fans 20 days of free admission to the TCM Classic Film Tour. From December 1 – 20, movie buffs can enjoy this three-hour bus tour around the Big Apple free of charge – but space is limited, so reserve your tickets now.