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December 12, 2008 § 5 Comments

This is my all-time favorite scene from The Bell’s of St. Mary’s. It’s not really a “Christmas” movie. But, we usually watch it during the Christmas season.

A few more movies that seem to have become a tradition:

  • Holiday Inn with  Bing Crosby & Fred Astaire
  • It’s A Wonderful Life with Jimmy Stewart & Donna Reed (of course!)
  • Dr. Seuss: How the Grinch Stole Christmas

And I remember as a kid watching Chitty Chitty Bang Bang around Christmas time too. Although I haven’t seen it in years.

What are some of your favorite Christmas movies?

§ 5 Responses to 13

  • Melody says:

    Some of my favorite Christmas movies are:
    Miracle on 34th Street
    The Bishop’s Wife (with Carey Grant)
    It’s a Wonderful Life
    and Holiday Inn – I watched it (Holiday Inn) for the first time this year and loved it.

    I’ve never seen The Bells of St. Mary’s before, but I love that clip. I’ll have to rent the movie and watch the whole thing.

  • Lynne says:

    It’s a Wonderful Life. Elf. Emmet Otter’s Jugband Christmas.

  • Caron Mosey says:

    A Christmas Story… “You’ll shoot your eye out!”
    The movie always makes us laugh, and it is now a holiday tradition to watch as a family when the boys come home for Christmas.

    And, whenever we make turkey, someone always yells, “BUMPASSUS!”

  • Cyndi says:

    White Christmas
    National Lampoons Christmas Vacation
    A Christmas Story – definately a family tradition
    Holiday Inn – B&W Please!🙂

  • Lily Boot says:

    We watch A Nightmare before Christmas, Carrie’s War (not really Christmas but has some lovely Christmas scenes in it) and a great BBC adaptation of The Box of Delights – very English and Christmassy! We have also been known to watch all manner of ridiculous Christmas films involving competing neighbours and last minute preparations where I laugh myself silly and Abby rolls her eyes.

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