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Thread: Most cherished Christmas movies

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    Jordan, first of all, to our Christmas home!!
    I really hope you enjoy your stay here and hope to spend many Christmases together.. why not?

    Well, I have to admit that Merry Christmas Mr. Bean, always makes me laugh like a child, from the beginning until the ending....
    I watch it every year, I think these 4 short Christmas films are a real Christmas treasure..




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    What about Charlie Brown's Christmas?
    Watch the following, soooooooooooooooo sweet.....

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hUQX2B67KL4

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    1951 version of Scrooge and the 1947 version of Miracle on 34th St are my most cherished Christmas movies. I prefer them in their original format, no colorization please



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    One of my fav is Joulutarina (A Christmas Story)

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PjB8sNfNxNw

    Simply, amazing.

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    I love the Santa Clause movies with Tim Allen. Those are great. I also love Christmas with the Kranks (Tim Allen, again) and Deck the Halls with Danny Devito. I also have all of the old animated Christmas specials - Santa Claus is Coming to Town, A Year without a Santa Claus, etc. There is nothing better than putting in one of these movies on a cold night during the holiday season with a plate of warm chocolate chip cookies and a glass of milk -- one of simple pleasures in life -- LOVE IT!

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    My most cherished movies are 1951 A Christmas Carol with Alastair Sim, The Polar Express and The Nativity Story......There are so many more....but these have special meaning.......

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    Quote Originally Posted by HollyJolly View Post
    There is nothing better than putting in one of these movies on a cold night during the holiday season with a plate of warm chocolate chip cookies and a glass of milk -- one of simple pleasures in life -- LOVE IT!
    Silly Symphony, Merrie Melodies... I wish cartoons could go back to those years..

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    aahhh this is like trying to pick your favourite child :D:D

    I love elf....alot of people dont but i just adore it.
    christmas vacation...my oh bought this for me our first chrismas together ... it has become a classic in our house ever since.
    The polar express....the message behind this movie is beautiful and i love it.
    miracle on 34th street...home alone....the santa clause.....love them all :D:D
    Steph xx
    So excited for christmas 2012

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    Hands down, it's Christmas Vacation for me.

    Elf is #2. Home Alone #3.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ChristmasToys View Post
    Hands down, it's Christmas Vacation for me.

    Elf is #2. Home Alone #3.
    I guess, you mean Home Alone 1, or 2..
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