Poll: What's Your Favorite Christmas Movie?

So many to choose from for so many reasons. Tell us your favorite and why.

It's that time of year to watch your favorite Christmas movies over and over again.

A Christmas Story has been a recent family favorite with little Ralphie's quest for a Red Ryber BB gun providing plenty of chuckles. It's hard to pass up the classic Miracle on 34th Street and its message not to forget the true meaning of Christmas with the janitor saying, "There's a lot of bad 'isms' floatin' around this world, but one of the worst is commercialism."

What holiday movies are your favorites? Do you prefer the old classics or maybe one of the newer favorites like Elf? Whatever your tastes, there is nothing like curling up and watching a good holiday movie this time of year.

So what holiday movie exemplifies Christmas to you? Vote below, or if yours isn't on the list, add it in the comments with why that particular film makes you smile.

Bill Peters December 25, 2011 at 05:21 PM
"Holiday Inn", the 1942 film with Bing Crosby and Fred Astaire introduced Irving Berlin's song, "White Christmas", an Academy Award winner. Crosby breaks up an act with Astaire to open an inn in Connecticut that is only open on holidays, presenting shows. That sets the stage for many Berlin tunes and production numbers. The centerpiece of the movie occurs when the inn opens on New Years Eve and Crosby and Marjorie Reynolds (Mrs. Murdock and Mrs. Gregory on "Leave it to Beaver") since "Happy Holiday" in a scene shot on Hollywood's largest indoor set--still in use today. The winter scene is truly a wonderful piece of cinema art. The enitre picture is a holiday delight.


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