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Fritz's Holiday Lights 2013

Fritz's Holiday Lights 2013

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Tuesday, Feb 5, 2013 at 11:26 PM PST

"Best of" Fritz's Holiday Lights: Part 1

"Best of" Fritz's Holiday Lights: Part 1

In its 11th year of highlighting Southern California's brightly decorated homes, Fritz's Holiday Lights takes a look back at this year's most dazzling displays. This special aired on Dec. 23, 2012.

Tuesday, Feb 5, 2013 at 10:48 PM PST

"Best of" Fritz's Holiday Lights: Part 2

"Best of" Fritz's Holiday Lights: Part 2

In its 11th year of highlighting Southern California's brightly decorated homes, Fritz's Holiday Lights takes a look back at this year's most dazzling displays. This special aired on Dec. 23, 2012.

Tuesday, Feb 5, 2013 at 11:32 PM PST

"Best of" Fritz's Holiday Lights: Part 3

"Best of" Fritz's Holiday Lights: Part 3

In its 11th year of highlighting Southern California's brightly decorated homes, Fritz's Holiday Lights takes a look back at this year's most dazzling displays. This special aired on Dec. 23, 2012.

Tuesday, Feb 5, 2013 at 11:10 PM PST

"Best of" Fritz's Holiday Lights: Part 4

"Best of" Fritz's Holiday Lights: Part 4

In its 11th year of highlighting Southern California's brightly decorated homes, Fritz's Holiday Lights takes a look back at this year's most dazzling displays. This special aired on Dec. 23, 2012.

Friday, Dec 28, 2012 at 11:44 PM PST

Fritz's Holiday Lights: A Magnificent Tribute in Fountain Valley

Fritz's Holiday Lights: A Magnificent Tribute in Fountain Valley

Throughout the season, thousands of people line up to see the 3-hour light show at Jan Stewart's home at 18323 Stanislaus St. More than 65,000 programmable LED lights are a memorial to Stewart's husband, Larry, who died in May. Fritz Coleman reports from Fountain Valley for the NBC4 News at 11 p.m. on Dec. 28, 2012.

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