Miracle on 34th Street

The night before the trial finishes, Bryan sees that on a dollar bill it says 'with god we trust' - he gets Susan to give this dollar bill to the judge, with this statement highlighted, just as he is reading his verdict (which would have sent Kris to jail). Upon seeing this, he declares that if the government can declare such a statement without need of physical proof of God's existence, then by a similar declaration, the state of New York can declare that Santa Claus does exist, and that he is Kris Kringle - thus he is set free.


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Kris: If you can't learn to accept ANYTHING on faith, then you are doomed for a life dominated by doubt.



In court, the camera shows Susan to judge her reaction to the lawyer talking, and she is sitting upright in her seat. It then changes to Dori, who is sitting right next to Susan. If you look in the bottom left hand corner however, you'll see that Susan is no longer sitting upright, and is instead leaning on Dori. There would be no time however for Susan to lean on her mother in the time the camera takes to move to another shot.