"A.C. Gilbert figures out a way to keep Christmas alive after the war threatens to take it away in his name."
"True story based on the life of toy inventor A.C. Gilbert, who created the now-famous Erector Set. During World War I, Gilbert was persuaded to have his factory staff produce weapons and ammo for American troops fighting overseas instead of toys. The decision caused him to forget about the true meaning of the holidays and neglect his wife and son. With their persuasion, however, and his older brother missing in action in Europe, Gilbert and his staff decided to start marketing toys again and took their decision all the way to the Supreme Court."
(Above taken from this page).
I thought this was a really good movie, which - until I realised it was based on a true story - I thought may have been inspired by Charles Dickens' "A Christmas Carol" since it does have a few similarities in how the plot unfolds. Well, I think it does, anyway.