Wednesday, November 14, 2007

13 Christmas Movies We Like To Watch


This is a random list of Christmas movies we like to watch (most of these we actually own). We have more than 13, but since I'm entering this post to Thursday 13, I'd only list 13:

1. It's A Wonderful Life
2. The Christmas Story
3. A Charlie Brown Christmas
4. The Grinch Who Stole Christmas (the Cartoon)
5. A Christmas Carol (the Original)
6. Polar Express
7. Mickey Mouse Christmas
9. The Miracle on 34th Street (the black & white)
8. Rudolf
10. White Christmas
11. Elf
12. The Star of Christmas (Animated)
13. Little House on the Prairie Christmas Episode

Like what I said, there's more but I will limit it to 13 for now. And speaking of NOW, now is a good time to hear from you and your suggestion of new good Christmas movies. Mahalo!

Visit Thursday Thirteen for more :)


Anonymous said...

I was hoping Rudolf would be on the list!!! ;) What about Frosty? Got here through TT!

Bloggers said...

Christmas Story is the best!! I can watch it all year round.


Raggedy said...

Those were all great!
I like that Tim Allen one as well.
I wish I could remember the name.
He plays Santa Clause.
Terrific Thursday Thirteen!
My TT is posted.
Have a wonderful day!
Happy TT'ing!
(")_ (")Š

jenn said...

Have you seen The Santa Clause movies? They're great.
happy tt!

Anonymous said...

Those are awesome list! :)
Mine is up here;
Yen's TT
Happy TT!

Britni said...

One of my favorites is still Home Alone!

Anonymous said...

I love the movies you chose!!

Unknown said...

Great list, love the fact you have A Christmas Story on there.
So hard to narrow it down to just 13 isn't it?
Nice T13, hope you'll visit me.

Anonymous said...

Which version of Christmas CArol do you watch? There are so many -- some good, some lousy.

Anonymous said...

I love a lot of them, but Charlie Brown and the Grinch I remember from my childhood. I am 50 years old and I cry and cry whenever the Whos wake up with no Christmas presents and join hands around the spot where the tree isn't. In fact, I am tearing up now. Same thing with Linus and Charlie Brown and the tiny, scrawny Christmas tree.

"Is it the change?" my husband asked, last time this happened.