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The Film Detective Streams Holiday Cheer, '25 Days of Christmas Classics'


NBC's Original 1955 Peter Pan Live Production Starring Emmy-Winning Mary Martin Rings in the Season

Featuring Stocking Stuffer Scavenger Hunt, Dec. 1 - 25

ROCKPORT, Mass., Dec. 1, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- Make some cocoa and cozy up for The Film Detective's 25 Days of Christmas Classics! Featuring holiday favorites like The Little Princess (1939) to cult classics such as Santa Claus Conquers the Martians (1964). It's sure to be a cheerful treat with something for everyone as a new themed feature is added daily, Dec. 1-25.

The festive lineup is available to watch on Roku, Amazon Fire TV, Apple TV and iOS devices through The Film Detective App.

Adding to festivities is a scavenger hunt Stocking Stuffer Giveaway that will gift viewers with an assortment of prizes. To enter, spot a hidden graphic in one of the specialty offerings and email with the title and approximate time stamp.

Kicking off the lineup is a digitally remastered broadcast of NBC's telecast production of Peter Pan (1955), starring Emmy-winning Mary Martin. This beloved version featured the original Broadway cast and was filmed at the Ambassador Theater in NYC.

So light the fire, gather friends and family, and settle in for 25 Days of Christmas Classics!

The Film Detective app refreshes monthly for timely programming, offering a variety of digitally restored classic films, trailers and original content. Subscriptions start at $3.99 per month, or $34.99 annually. Three films are available to stream each month for free. To download and start watching, visit

About The Film Detective:
Founder Philip Elliott Hopkins – a fixture in the entertainment industry since 1999 – has channeled his life-long passion for collecting classic films into The Film Detective, a leading purveyor of restoring and distributing broadcast-quality, digitally-remastered programming. In 2016, The Film Detective launched its OTT classic movies channel, streaming on iOS, Amazon Fire TV, Roku and Apple TV.

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