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Old 11-26-2023, 09:07 AM   #1
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Question Christmas movies

Time for Christmas movies, so what's everyone's favorite?
Mine is "Four Christmases" which I'm watching right now.
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"Christmas Vacation" and "Elf" are the top two in this house. "Christmas with the Kranks" usually shows up too.
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What about Jimmy Stewart in "It's a Wonderful Life"?
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Default Christmas movie favorites

Charlie Brown, It’s a Wonderful Life, White Christmas. 🎄
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While not a Christmas movie per se, Laurel and Hardy's "Babes in Toyland," aka "March of the Wooden Soldiers" was always aired around xmas on NYC TV when I was a kid and I always watched it.

That movie evokes strong xmas memories for me.
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I am old school- Miracle on 34th Street and The Bishop's Wife
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I know this might cause some controversy, but who cares...

Die Hard
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I know this might cause some controversy, but who cares...

Die Hard
Now you've done it.

Where is my emotional support llama?
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I know this might cause some controversy, but who cares...

Die Hard
Everyone got a Christmas movie this weekend, It's a Wonderful Life, Die Hard,
and Scrooged.

By generation everyone under 50 was Die Hard....50-60 Scooged, the elderly IAWL...

They're all great though, so no losers involved.
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I prefer the funny Christmas movies, Elf is a favorite of mine also.
Christmas Vacation has fallen down my list.
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I am old school- Miracle on 34th Street and The Bishop's Wife
“The Shop Around the Corner”
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White Christmas is a must in our house.

Now here are the deep cuts:

A little unconventional, but based on a true story set during WWI: Joyeux Noel (2016).

Another lesser-known classic as well that we like is It Happened on 5th Avenue

And an underappreciated hidden gem is one I just have always loved since childhood is One Magic Christmas (1985, Disney+). It is not an upper, but it is poignant, well-acted, and simply an unconventional and beautiful Christmas classic in my opinion.

Another forgotten one that is funny and unique is A Child's Christmas in Wales (1987)

And yet another one we love that is hard to find except for on YouTube, Stubby Pringle's Christmas (1978) is touching and quiet and stars Beau Bridges.

Try some of these for something new and thoughtful this season.
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Everyone got a Christmas movie this weekend, It's a Wonderful Life, Die Hard,
and Scrooged.

By generation everyone under 50 was Die Hard....50-60 Scooged, the elderly IAWL...

They're all great though, so no losers involved.
Um... "elderly" starts at 61?

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White Christmas! A Christmas Carol (the musical). A Christmas Story. 🧑*


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Don't forget about Mr. Magoo's Christmas Carol- it's never on TV anymore. It may trigger blind people.
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Don't forget about Mr. Magoo's Christmas Carol- it's never on TV anymore. It may trigger blind people.


Only if they pretended to be “triggered”. Plus how would they know that Mr. Magog is anything less than 20/20? Your point is well taken though. Thankfully this thread wasn’t titled Holiday Songs. 🤣


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Holiday Inn

Little known fact:
Irving Berlin's song 'White Christmas' was NOT debuted in the movie 'White Christmas', as logically thought; but twelve years earlier in the movie 'Holiday Inn', when it won the 1943 Academy Award for Best Original Song.

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Um... "elderly" starts at 61?

Until I get within 10 years of there, yes....

Once I do elderly will likely jump to 70 though.
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Holiday Inn

Little known fact:
Irving Berlin's song 'White Christmas' was NOT debuted in the movie 'White Christmas', as logically thought; but twelve years earlier in the movie 'Holiday Inn', when it won the 1943 Academy Award for Best Original Song.
Holiday Inn is a great movie and inspired the name for the hotel chain! The firecracker dance is the highlight. Sorry for going off topic a tad.


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Don't forget "Home Alone"
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Always enjoy the original "A Christmas Carol" How can you not love uncle Scrouge.?
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Always enjoy the original "A Christmas Carol" How can you not love uncle Scrouge.?
there are so many versions but I think my favorite is Alastair Sim

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In my house we always watch the following:

- White Christmas
- Holiday Inn
- A wonderful Life
- A Christmas Story
- Die Hard (come on you need a break from the traditional stuff)
- Christmas Carol - Alistar Sims version
- Christmas Carol - George C. Scott version
- Christmas Carol - Patrick Stewart Version
- Scroged - Bill Muray
- The Santa Clause Movies (Tim Allen) (1st one is the best the others well the just are)
- Jingle all the way - (Sinbad, and Arnold)
- Christmas Vacation
- Miracle on 34th street
- Christmas Chronicles - Netflix
- The Claus Family - Netflix
- Klaus - Netflix Animated
- Jingle Jangle - Netflix

Yes Ok so my wife really loves Christmas... and so do I... and well more and more I am starting to look like Santa.... I got asked twice this summer on the boat, if Winnipesaukee was Santa's summer home.... What can I say.....

P.S. yes there are other movies we watch for Christmas, those are just the ones I can think of now.... Basically a movie a night from Thanksgiving to New Years...
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In my house we always watch the following:



- White Christmas

- Holiday Inn

- A wonderful Life

- A Christmas Story

- Die Hard (come on you need a break from the traditional stuff)

- Christmas Carol - Alistar Sims version

- Christmas Carol - George C. Scott version

- Christmas Carol - Patrick Stewart Version

- Scroged - Bill Muray

- The Santa Clause Movies (Tim Allen) (1st one is the best the others well the just are)

- Jingle all the way - (Sinbad, and Arnold)

- Christmas Vacation

- Miracle on 34th street

- Christmas Chronicles - Netflix

- The Claus Family - Netflix

- Klaus - Netflix Animated

- Jingle Jangle - Netflix



Yes Ok so my wife really loves Christmas... and so do I... and well more and more I am starting to look like Santa.... I got asked twice this summer on the boat, if Winnipesaukee was Santa's summer home.... What can I say.....



P.S. yes there are other movies we watch for Christmas, those are just the ones I can think of now.... Basically a movie a night from Thanksgiving to New Years...


Which version of Miracle on 34th Street do you prefer? Also don’t forget the Muppets version of A Christmas Carol!


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Christmas Vacation - #1

Muppets Christmas Carol - #2

Die Hard 1 and 2 - #3 I know, I know these aren't really Christmas movies, but they take place at Christmas time and therefor have become enshrined with Christmas.

The Christmas Candle - #4 Released in (2013) I think it has a great story line, plus Samatha Barks looks pretty good in late 1800's attire.

Rankin Bass Christmas movies - #5 There's 19 of them, from the 1st classic "Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer" released in 1964, to their last "Santa Baby!" released in 2001. Some are better than others, I haven't seen them all but it's a goal of mine, I have 6 to go.

There's a bunch more I like but I'll stop here.
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Christmas Vacation - #1



Muppets Christmas Carol - #2



Die Hard 1 and 2 - #3 I know, I know these aren't really Christmas movies, but they take place at Christmas time and therefor have become enshrined with Christmas.



The Christmas Candle - #4 Released in (2013) I think it has a great story line, plus Samatha Barks looks pretty good in late 1800's attire.



Rankin Bass Christmas movies - #5 There's 19 of them, from the 1st classic "Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer" released in 1964, to their last "Santa Baby!" released in 2001. Some are better than others, I haven't seen them all but it's a goal of mine, I have 6 to go.



There's a bunch more I like but I'll stop here.


Uh oh, now you have to post the Rankin Bass ones so we can call find out which ones we’ve missed! Let’s all be independent together!


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A little gory but very Christmassy.

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Just heard this morning, Home Alone is the #1 rewatched Christmas movie, go figure?
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Here you go in order from oldest to newest. If more than one in a year, I put the month they were released.

Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer – 1964

The Cricket on the Hearth – 1967

The Little Drummer Boy – 1968

Frosty the Snowman – 1969

‘Twas the Night Before Christmas – 1970 (12/8)

The Year Without a Santa Clause – 1970 (12/10)

Santa Claus Is Comin’ to Town – 1970 (12/13)

The first Christmas Snow – 1975

Frosty’s Winter Wonderland – (sequel) 1976 (12/2)

Rudolph’s Shiny New Year – (sequel) 1976 (12/10)

The Little Drummer Boy: Book II – (sequel) 1976 (12/15 Canada & 12/19 USA)

Nestor the Long-Eared Christmas Donkey – 1977

The Stingiest Man in Town – 1978 (animated Christmas musical, a remake from 1956 version)

Rudolph and Frosty’s Christmas in July – 1979 (11/25)

Jack Frost – 1979 (12/13)

Pinocchio’s Christmas – 1980

The Leprechaun’s Christmas Gold – 1982

The Life and Adventures of Santa Claus – 1985

Santa, Baby! - 2001

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Thumbs up Classics plus Die Hard, Prancer, Elf

Just had to chime in - I love all the classics mentioned! Plus more recent additions:

Elf - based in NYC - what more to bring back memories growing up in the Tri-City area!

Prancer (1989) A farm girl nurses a wounded reindeer she believes is one of Santa's.
- a heartfelt glimpse at a tough holiday, showing how family pulls tighter, no matter what the odds, to work it out.
"Dad, are we going to starve?"
"Heck no" says her apple orchard Dad, "We have apples...," as he grimly and viciously prunes the trees.
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"Four Christmases" is a good one for sure. Personally, I'm a big fan of "Elf" with Will Ferrell. It's just so hilarious and gets me into the holiday spirit every time.
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Word of warning my daughter says I have the sense of humor of a teenage boy. Two of my favorites not mentioned are The Night Before with Seth Rogan and Joseph Gordan-Levitt and Office Christmas Party with Jason Bateman and Jennifer Aniston.
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I knew we were forgetting one. Sort of like Die Hard.

Trading Places!

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What about that "anti-xmas" movie, the one you watch when you're tired of being forced to listen to a month's worth of xmas music and are stressing about the holidays?

Hello, "Bad Santa."



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Polar Express (didn't see it mentioned above)
Elf with Will Ferrell ("D'Ja here that!)
Original Grinch with Boris Karloff
Disney's A Christmas Carol with Jim Carey

I still love all the original 1960's animated Christmas movies i.e. Rudolph, Santa Claus is Coming To Town, Frosty etc
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Family Stone (2005) Sarah Jessica Parker, Diane Keaton and Luke Wilson
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