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Thread: What's Your Favorite Christmas Movie?

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    I love"While you were sleeping". My daughter and I watch it every Christmas..

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    I like Christmas Vacation Chevy Chase. I could watch over and over. It makes me laugh every time.
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    Well, we have certainly gotten some varied answers to this question. Some I'd never even heard of before. There are many choices, to be sure. Glad you all joined in.
    Life is not a movie. No one is going to yell "CUT" when you make a mistake. - Anne L. Fulton

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    Miracle on 34th Street.

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    Not a Christmas movie but Thanks giving. Home for the Holidays with Robert Downey Jr., Holly Hunter, Anne Bancroft and Charles Durning. This great humorous, lovely film of 1995, starts my holiday season and then it is all the traditional stuff, Charles Dickens, any version of the Christmas Carol. After Alstair Simms my favorite is Jim Cary as Scrooge. Just for shear fun, A Christmas Story and Christmas Vacation and Bad Santa and Scrooged, with Bill Murry.
    Then The Santa Claus with Tim Allen, Holiday Affair and Night of the Hunter. How about All mine to give.
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    I thought "favorite" meant one.

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    Well Home Alone is my favorite movie period so it definitely holds a high rank at Christmastime. Another favorite is A Christmas Story.

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