"Among the Ten Best, A Christmas at Home, by Edmund Zacher, II. ACL. is a lovely mine of bright gems which glows with all the warmth and color so surely associated with this festive season. Although essentially of slow pace, the film never once loses appeal, as it presents with loving and tender enthusiasm the countless minutiae of beauty which blend into the charm of Christmas at home. Mr. Zacher's color photography, predominantly interior, is crisp and delicately beautiful, while his sensitive selection of material and cunning choice of angles are an unfailing delight. Multiple exposures of such charm and flawless craftsmanship as almost to defy detection adorn his opening and closing sequences, and the entire production is pleasantly scored with appropriate music and sound effects. More than once a previous winner in these annual selections, Mr. Zacher seems not yet to have reached the full measure of his fine skill with camera and film." Movie Makers, Dec. 1935, 534.
"In A Christmas at Home, 550 feet of Kodacolor reach the screen out of the 1100 feet exposed over a period of two years. Of the 550, less than one hundred feet were actually taken on Christmas day" Movie Makers, Dec. 1935, 536.
Kennard Scofield receives co-producer credit for the film in Movie Makers (Jan. 1936, 6).
Zacher shares his technique for shooting Christmas films in "Color in the Christmas Film" (Movie Makers, Dec. 1935, 528, 546).
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