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    It's a Wonderful Life. Just can't beat that!

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    Oh, I have an addition to my list:

    1. Home Alone
    2. Special Delivery (w/ Andy Dick)
    3. Jingle All The Way

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    National Lampoon, Home Alone 1 & 2 & the Disney christmas cartoons.... (The cartoons are actually my favorite ) hehe
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    My all-time, #1 favorite is Miracle on 34th Street (the original version). The remake was okay, but Natalie Wood was just such a perfect Susan! Of course, no holiday would be complete without A Charlie Brown Christmas, The Grinch , Frosty, and Rudolph. I don't care if I have them on video, I force everyone to sit down and watch them when they come on tv! Oh, yeah, and I love Scrooged. I still get a kick out of that one.

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    Miracle on 34th Street- the remake - is my favorite Christmas movie.

    Others I like are A Charlie Brown Christmas, A Christmas Carol, and The Grinch.

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    Christmas Carol - any version but the Albert Finney version...that one just sucked, in my not so humble opinion.

    Christmas Story
    Rudolph
    Charlie Brown
    He who laughs last thinks slowest

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    Quote Originally Posted by Daddio
    Not to mention Herbie the "misfit elf dentist" and "yukon cornelius" and the abominable snowman would have teeth but no friends...sigh...what a beautiful holiday. I am all full of warm fuzzies right now.
    I almost forgot about this one! "I wanna be a dentist..." Hahahaha. Also, Frostie the Snowman is a good one too. All those clay ones are great!

    I also like Christmas Story, A Charlie Brown Christmas, and How The Grinch Stole Christmas. Also, March of the Wooden Soldiers...that's a good one. Been a while since I've seen it though.

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    Oh yes, I forgot to mention what is possibly the greatest Christmas feature of all time: Simpsons Roasting on an Open Fire (aka the original Simpsons Christmas special). Okay, maybe not, but definitely one of the funniest. Who can forget Bart's "Moth" tattoo and his version of Jingle Bells?

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    Great choices everyone.
    It just isn't christmas around our house without A Christmas Story. My favorite "Kids" show is Year Without a Santa Claus. My son sings the Heat Mizer and Snow Mizer songs for hours after that one.
    Another great holiday movie that doesn't seem to be listed yet is Scrooged. You gotta love Bill Murray.
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    Penny Serenade. Probably no one's ever heard of it.
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