Sort of getting my toes wet. Pre-Thanksgiving I always make sure to catch the 1952 movie "Plymouth Adventure" with Spencer Tracy, Gene Tierney and Van Johnson. Yes, it's an overly simplistic and sanitized depiction of the voyage but its earnestness wins out (great Miklos Rozsa score too). I also watched a string of "Tonight Shows" I have spanning November 13 to November 29, 1972 that cover the first of two return visits to New York Johnny did after the permanent move to LA (the other was May 1973; after that the loss of the old studio space to the news division effectively killed the idea of doing any more return visits to NY) since they cover Thanksgiving and the early Christmas season (Lorne Greene, in town to do the Macy's Parade appears the night before Thanksgiving). And right now from YT, I've converted and am watching the 1959 Macy's Thanksgiving Parade! Bill Wendell and Gene Rayburn host. Ed Wynn at one point stops by and says he's playing hooky from rehearsing for a live production of "Miracle On 34th Street" that is to air the next night. Looking it up, I see this was "lost" until discovered in the Library of Congress but has not made it out for a commercial release.