PIX11 announced that their traditional Broadcasting of the March of the Soldiers of the Woods will take place on November 28th. Laurel and Hardy’s 1934 Christmas music film has alternate titles and is also known as ■■■■■ in Toyland. This year it will be broadcast in black and white and color, including Thanksgiving Day.
The original black and white film is shown at 9am on Thanksgiving Day, while the color version is shown later that day. 15:00 WPIX began the Thanksgiving tradition in 1963, on November 28 of that year, just six days after the ■■■■■■■■■■■■■ of President John F. Kennedy.
March of the Wooden Soldiers (full color) Based on the original ■■■■■ in Toyland, this film is a dazzling piece of six-foot wooden soldiers, Mother Goose characters, and the beloved team of Laurel and Hardy. This holiday classic is perfect for Christmas.
In vivid and restored colors!The question is also how long will the march of the three soldiers last?
It can be seen live on Digital Channel 11.2 or on Cablevision 198, Time Warner 166, Comcast 250 or Verizon FiOS 461.
In 1950-51 Laurel and Hardy shot their latest feature film, Atoll K.
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A remake of Small Soldiers was developed by 20th Century Fox called Toymageddon. Due to Disney’s acquisition of 21st Century Fox on March 20, 2019, Disney discontinued the film along with 200 other projects later in August, revealing that the film would be a remake of Little Soldiers.