The Story Of The First Christmas Snow

The Story Of The First Christmas Snow
Lucas is a young shepherd boy who is blinded due to lightening during a storm. Sister Theresa, a nun at the nearby abbey, who sees the accident happen, along with fellow Sisters Jean and Catherine, come to his aid, taking the young boy in to nurse him back to health. Near Christmas, the nuns are busy preparing festivities in the abbey, including the annual children’s program for the village. During his recovery, Sister Theresa shares with him her memories of Christmas cards and snow, making the young boy wish to be able to see snow for Christmas. Here are a few movie mistakes to look for while watching “The First Christmas – The Story of the First Christmas Snow”.

· Sister Theresa is explaining to Lucas that he’s had an accident and he’s been brought to the abbey. In the side view, Lucas is shown pushing the blanket that’s covering him down, off his chest, revealing his striped night shirt. In the next overhead view, when it’s explained the accident had left him blind, the blanket is pulled back up over his chest.

· During the “Save a Little Christmas” song, Sister Theresa sings, “Don’t let the fire go out…”, and she’s standing at the fireplace with a little girl. But, during the next line of the song, “…or you will spill…”, she’s shown standing at the window with a little boy.

· Near the end of the story, it’s Sister Theresa, Father Thomas, Lucas, Louisa and Sister Katherine standing together. It starts to pan out and the view from the window looking in shows it’s Sister Katherine, Father Thomas and Sister Theresa. The two nuns have switched places.

“The First Christmas – The Story of the First Christmas Snow” (1975) features the voices of Angela Lansbury, David Kelley, Cyril Ritchard, Dina Lynn, Iris Rainer and Joan Gardner. It runs 22 minutes and is Unrated.

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