Top Christmas Movies

Writing about my what Christmas songs would be on my playlist got me to thinking about the movies that I watch during the holidays. I don’t know if anyone is doing a list for movies, but I think it would be interesting to see how we would all vote for the top ones to watch.

Anyways, here is a list of movies that I will ALWAYS watch during the holiday season:

  1. Emmett Otter’s Jug Band Christmas (1977)
  2. Charlie Brown Christmas (1965)
  3. The First Christmas (1975)
  4. The Little Drummer Boy (1968)
  5. The Littlest Angel (2010)
  6. Mr. Krueger’s Christmas (1980)
  7. Grandma Got Run Over By A Reindeer (2000)
  8. How the Grinch Stole Christmas (1966)
  9. The Polar Express (2004)
  10. Mickey’s Once Upon A Christmas (1999)
  11. White Christmas (1954)
  12. Scrooge (1951)
  13. Smoky Mountain Christmas (1986)
  14. The Christmas List (1997)
  15. One Magic Christmas (1985)

What do you always watch during the holiday season?


17 thoughts on “Top Christmas Movies

  1. Charlie Brown is a MUST, along with “A Christmas Carol”–though I prefer the one with George C Scott, and also the “Muppet’s Christmas Carol”. “Christmas with the Kranks” is a go-to for me, comedy. And Truman Capote’s “A Christmas Memory”–the original teleplay with Geraldine Page (available on Amazon) is a must have collector’s item. Thanks for sharing your “best” and “worst” lists–fun!

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  2. The Polar Express has grown on me in recent years. The 1951 A Christmas Carol is a favorite. I also enjoy the 1970 Albert Finney Musical Scrooge, when it’s shown (guilty pleasure). White Christmas is probably no. 1 at the moment – neck and neck with It’s a Wonderful Life.

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