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I loved both of the Miracle on 34th St movies.   I'm partial to the original one but I also enjoy the one made in 1994.  I own both movies in DVD.  

 

I also enjoy "Mrs Miracle" and "Call Me Mrs Miracle" with Doris Roberts.   Those two are one of the first Christmas movies that I play as soon as Thanksgiving is over.  

 

Several of the Hallmark Christmas movies that I enjoy are "Operation Christmas" and "Mistletoe Over Manhattan".   

 

I'm a sucker for Christmas movies.   I watch them clear up to the day after New Years.

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I'm with indoor kitty: the 1951 Alistair Sim "Christmas Carol" is unbeatable!

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Sooner, you are absolutely correct about Truman Capote's "A Christmas Memory."

 

That story was included in the anthology I used for 10th graders. I always had students read everything out loud. For "A Christmas Memory, I always had to brace myself from breaking down at the ending.

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My favorite holiday movie is 'March of the Wooden Soldiers"

 

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" A Christmas Memory ' 'A Flight Before Christmas ' 'It's That Time Of The Year ''Road To Christmas '

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Merry Christmas To ALL The Herbies In World.Smiley Wink

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My favorite is Ebbie (Miracle at Christmas: Ebbie's Story) starring Susan Lucci. Unfortunately it hasn't aired on tv for several years now. 

 

I do check Sunshine45's Christmas TV listings hoping I'll see it but so far no luck. 

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White Christmas and Rudolph. I watch them every year in forever. 

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I like the Ebbie Christmas Carol too!

One of my favorites is Mr. Magoo's Christmas Carol. I remember watching it with my mother and I watch it everytime it is on.

Also both Miracle's on 34th and most all the Christmas Carol movies (but not the muppets one).

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Mr. Magoo's Christmas Carol, Miracle on 34th Street and The Little Drummer Boy (narrated by Greer Garson).