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History tells us that on Christmas Eve, 1818, in the small, picturesque Alpine village of Mariapfarr, Austria, the immortal Christmas carol, "Silent Night," which was written by Josef Mohr and Franz Gruber, was sung for the very first time. But there's much more to the story than that. In this enchanting and magical tale, Lynn Redgrave reveals a curious story, handed down by "word-of-mouse," about a small boy, Felix, whose wish to create a very special tune for Christmas Day is granted with the assistance of his friend, a "Nonny Mouse." Shot on location, this Christmas classic includes beautiful music, period costumes, and is now available on Up-Res HD DVD.

Host: Lynn Redgrave

Produced by Interama

Up-Res HD format by Chip Taylor Communications, LLC

Versions Available:

  • 1 x 60 minutes / URHD

Silent Mouse: The Story of "Silent Night"
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