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Christmas is my favorite holiday (I'm one of those people who puts the tree up the instant Halloween is over), so I'm watching Christmas movies pretty much every night in December. Favorites?
Emmet Otter's Jug-Band Christmas
Miracle on 34th Street (the original 1947 version)
How the Grinch Stole Christmas
A Charlie Brown Christmas
The Muppet Christmas Carol
It's A Wonderful Life
and, of course, you gotta include:
The Nightmare Before Christmas
A Christmas Carol 1951 in black and white . Have many others , One thing about these new generation of movies , you don't see many if not any instant classics that will be watched for years after they came out esp Christmas movies . Sad
I'm a HUGE HUGE HUGE Die Hard fan, but even I have to admit it's not really a holiday movie. It just happens to take place during the holidays. I accept that I will be banished to the snowbank now.
That said I'm very fond of A Christmas Carol (1984) and A Garfield Christmas. Both are very heart warming tales and who doesn't love Garfield.
Happy Holidays everyone!
The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe with Father Christmas and the reindeer and the presents for the children in Narnia during a 100-year winter--YES!! and It's a Wonderful Life!!
Many thanks. First and foremost, always express gratitude when you win anything. I can't tell you how many times I get the winner's name and that's it, no thank you or anything else like sublimation paper.
I would pick Three Wishes for Cinderella. It's pretty popular here in mid-east Europe and Norway for some reason. A lot of snow, beautiful cinderella, and historical costumes. Czechs and Germans made it in the 70s, and it has a great vibe.
Norway is a beautiful country. We saw a world championship bicycle race in Bergen a few years ago.