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What if your local mall Santa wasn’t just a grizzled old bearded dude, and in fact, the real bonafide Kris Kringle? As the classic film goes, Claus, who for some reason is scoping out department stores in New York during what is likely his busiest month, accidentally gets recruited to be a cheap facsimile of himself. In his role as Macy’s mall Santa, he amazes kids and customers alike with some of his old-fashioned Christmas razzle-dazzle. Of course, anytime you have an abundance of Christmas cheer, it’s only a matter of time before a Scrooge comes along to muck it all up for everyone. Events director Doris Walker, the lady who hired Kris for his new side gig isn’t into all that yuletide superstition and has raised her young daughter Susan to echo her beliefs. Things take a sharp turn for the worse Kringle has a run-in with the law, tasked with proving he is who he says he is, and not just a chubby wackadoo.
Miracle on 34th Street is not just a Christmas classic, it’s part of the National Film Registry for its cultural significance. And despite being in black and white, it’s incredibly watchable, even for futuristic cord-cutters. Here’s everything you need to know to watch Miracle on 34th Street online.
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Miracle on 34th Street cast
- Maureen O’Hara as Doris Walker
- John Payne as Fred Gailey
- Edmund Gwenn as Kris Kringle
- Gene Lockhart as the Hon. Henry X. Harper
- Natalie Wood as Susan Walker
- Porter Hall as Granville Sawyer
- William Frawley as Charlie Halloran
- Jerome Cowan as District Attorney Thomas Mara
- Philip Tonge as Julian Shellhammer
How to watch Miracle on 34th Street
Here are a few options for you to rent or buy Miracle on 34th Street.
- Cost: $6.99/month or $69.99/year
- Devices: Amazon Fire Stick, Fire TV, Fire tablets, and Fire phone; Roku, Google TV, Nvidia Shield, Apple TV, Xbox One, Playstation 4
The long-awaited streaming service will also sport one of the most beloved libraries of streaming content online. This accounts for 500 Walt Disney Studios movies and 7,000 episodes Walt Disney Television. Productions from Pixar, Marvel, Star Wars, and National Geographic, all being members of the Disney family will also be available, as well as 30 seasons of The Simpsons. You’ll also be able to watch Miracle on 34th Street along with other Christmas classics like Home Alone and The Santa Clause. but the. Plus, like any streaming service worth its salt, there are exclusive original productions including Lady and the Tramp, Wandvision, Monsters at Work, and of course, The Mandalorian. One subscription works on up to four devices, and you can even download content directly to your device to watch anytime. You can also bundle it with Hulu and ESPN+ for only $12.99/month.
- Cost: $3.99 to rent/$7.99 to buy
- Devices: Amazon Fire Stick, Fire TV, Fire tablets, and Fire phone; Roku, Apple TV, Google TV, TiVo, Nvidia Shield TV, PlayStation 3 and 4, Xbox One, Nintendo Wii
The online retail giant is also one of the premier destinations for online streaming. It’s also one of the easiest ways watch Miracle on 34th Street, no question. If you already have an Amazon account, buying in HD will take seconds, and you can watch it anywhere you stream Amazon Video, from Amazon Fire Stick to Roku.
3) Fandango Now
- Cost: $3.99 to rent/$13.99 to buy
- Devices: Samsung Smart TVs, internet browsers, iPad, iOS devices, Roku, Xbox One, Google Chromecast, Android, Visio Smart TVs
Fandango and movies go hand in hand, and not just when it comes to buying tickets online. Plenty of hits and classics are available in the Fandango Now library, along with full seasons of your favorite shows. Miracle on 34th Street is available on Fandango Now in multiple formats. If you join Fandango VIP, you can rack up points to spend across Fandango and Fandango Now.
- Cost: $3.99 to rent/$7.99 to buy
- Devices: Samsung Smart TVs, Internet Browsers, iPad, iOS, Roku, Xbox One, Chromecast, Android, Visio Smart TVs, PlayStation
Vudu is a no-fuss way to rent movies online if you don’t want to bother signing up for anything. There’s a massive library of high-quality video content, including 4K movies. There are even piles of movies you can watch free as long as you sit through a few ads. Miracle on 34th Street is available to buy right now–and would you believe it, it’s on sale.
4) Google Play
- Cost: $3.99-7.99
Google Play links to your Google account and media can be accessed from any Google Play-enabled device.
- Cost: $3.99-7.99
If you happen to prefer streaming on iOS devices, buying Miracle on 34th Street on iTunes is your best bet.
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Jaime Carillo is a writer for Pure Nintendo and a plucky YouTube cook. He specializes in writing about console gaming and kitchen gadgets. It comes naturally, considering he's either wielding a massive cleaver or Switch Pro controller at any given point. When he's not cruising through a drive-thru at 2am, he's baking shokupan or whipping up a big pot of Japanese curry. He enjoys retro gaming, geopolitics, and Vic Berger videos.