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The Christmas tale you've been waiting for

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12:47 PM | 8 November 2013
by Jim Compton-hall
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This is the Christmas tale you've been waiting for. The John Lewis Christmas ad launches tomorrow night on TV. But you can watch it here now.

This is the Christmas ad that we've been waiting for. The John Lewis Christmas ad will make it's way onto our television screens tomorrow night during X-Factor. But you can see it now right here.

“The story evokes the excitement of a first Christmas and the importance of friendship and thoughtfulness.”

It's the tale of the poor bear who, having to hibernate every winter, has never seen Christmas. But this year, presumably because of a concious decision to buy all presents at John Lewis, the hare has an amazing idea.

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