Sunday, December 7, 2014

Fla-la-la-la-la Christmas Movies!

I love Christmas movies almost as much as I love Christmas books! Here's my list of movies/specials that are "must sees" every year. 

Angela's list --

1)  Miracle on 34th Street,

2) The Christmas Carol,  

3) How The Grinch Stole Christmas! (the animated version             w/Boris Karloff!)

"Well...in Who-ville they say that the Grinch's small heart grew three sizes that  day!"   ...Dr. Seuss, How The Grinch Stole Christmas!

4) A Charlie Brown Christmas,

5) Holiday Affair


Please feel free to comment and share your favorites.

Have a great week, Everyone!

(photo c/o facebook.com/Dr. Seuss)

14 comments:

  1. Totally agree with you! Love Christmas movies, particularly those on the Hallmark Channel and keep watching them over and over again! (lol) Like you, I can never miss The Grinch - cartoon version. Just something about that program is fun, fun, fun!

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    1. I'm fond of a few of those Hallmark movies, too. One is "Fallen Angel" with Gary Sinise. When I saw that movie for the first time, I saw Sinise as someone other than "Lt. Dan." He was great in both movies. Thanks for visiting and sharing today!

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  2. I always liked Prancer because it was made in Indiana. Overall, it's a bit depressing, but redeems itself with a happy ending.

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    1. I saw that movie -- it made me want to adopt a reindeer. Thanks for visiting and sharing today!

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  3. For me it's White Christmas, Miracle on 34th Street, and A Christmas Story.

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    1. All I have to do is see a clip of "What Christmas" and I'm singing the song nonstop for a week. Thanks for stopping by and sharing today!

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  4. Oh my gosh, I LOVE Christmas movies! I love all the ones mentioned and LOVE ACTUALLY and CHRISTMAS IN CONNECTICUT. Just love 'em! Great post!

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    1. "Christmas in Connecticut" shows up each year on the Hallmark channel. Thanks for visiting and sharing!

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  5. I don't know Holiday Affair. Tell me! As you know, I've been posting about holiday movies too. lol

    I subbed an essay on my sisters and I and White Christmas to the Sisters Born, Sisters Found anthology and it was accepted!

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    1. "Holiday Affair" is almost like a Harlequin Heartwarming novel. A widow with a young son meets a man who never thought he’d fall in love. Congratulations on the essay, and thanks for stopping by and sharing!

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  6. I watch the Hallmark channel with all their Christmas themed stories. It makes me want to sit down and write my own.

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    1. I think you should! Perhaps that could be your goal for next Holiday season? Thanks for visiting and sharing today!

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  7. White Christmas for sure and I watch all of the classics and the Hallmark specials..like Mrs. Miracle and Mr. Miracle lol

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    1. Christmas Season 2013, we had a bad snow storm in Philly. I spent the day with hot chocolate and Hallmark Christmas movies. Every once in a while, we all need a do nothing day like that. Thanks for stopping by and sharing today!

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