CAROL’S LOST CHRISTMAS REVIEWED
“Carol’s Lost Christmas” pulls together a handful of Christmas episodes that were seemingly lost to time. You get to hear teenagers sing and Durward Kirby attempt comedy. Plus, Barbara Eden dances around to the sounds of the guys who sang Hold Tight. The stuff is so period that it reminds me of the Bicentennial wallpaper that lines the back wall of our local corner store. If you’re a fan of the show, this will light you up for the Holidays. If you’re under 30, this will never register on your radar.
- Not Much
- 1.33:1 standard definition transfer
RELEASE DATE: 10/24/17
- Video - 86%86%
- Audio - 85%85%
- Show Score - 88%88%
The Plot Thus Far
Across three hilarious episodes not seen in more than 40 years, home audiences will receive the gift of non-stop laughter and entertainment: Think Santa knows who’s been naughty or nice? Jonathan Winters as St. Nick has other ideas, along with a strange collection of dolls. The old lovebirds Bert and Molly (Harvey and Carol) exchange a few choice words while they slowly rock themselves into the New Year. Carol and Vicki join the Bob Mitchell Singing Boys for a touching performance of “Do You Know How Christmas Trees are Grown?” And pitchmen Garry Moore and Durward Kirby reach out and touch the pocketbooks of parents with an array or ridiculous toys for kids.