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Now my Christmas viewing is compete.

A Christmas Carole is just finishing up for now. I'd still like to see Christmas in Connecticut, but I've seen Home Alone and The Santa Clause so that's 3 out of 4. They just warm my heart.  Reginal Owen is Scrooge.

 

Have you seen all the shows for this time of year that you'd like to?

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Re: Now my Christmas viewing is compete.

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Two of my favorite versions of A Christmas Carol are the one with Henry Winkler and the one with Kelsey Grammer.  But I'll watch any version I happen to catch during the season.

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Re: Now my Christmas viewing is compete.

@qualitygal 

I did see one of my favorite Christmas Carol's- George C. Scott, but have not yet seen my favorite of all- Mr. Magoo's Christmas Carol.

I started watching "It's a Wonderful Life" but I think that's nice to watch with others and I've seen Christmas Story so many times since it came out, I don't think I would without watching with my kids. 

"If you walk the footsteps of a stranger, you'll learn things you never knew. Can you sing with all the voices of the mountains? can you paint with all the colors of the wind?"
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@Krimpette -

I forgot about those They are both good. I'm like you. I will watch them allSmiley Happy

"If you walk the footsteps of a stranger, you'll learn things you never knew. Can you sing with all the voices of the mountains? can you paint with all the colors of the wind?"
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Re: Now my Christmas viewing is compete.

White Christmas.  My husband and I make cocktails and appetizers.

The HomeComing.  The original Waltons movie.  

Holiday Inn. 

 


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Re: Now my Christmas viewing is compete.

I watched "It Happened of Fifth Avenue" last night.  Never saw it before but it was really cute & made me laugh!

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I watched my all-time favorite White Christmas. That movie is just perfect. Also I watched Rudolph I just love that old-school animation and am thrilled it continues to be shown on regular tv for all to enjoy. 

 

I missed the original animated Grinch. I usually enjoy seeing that one...I did see the musical version that was on tv too but that didn't live up to the original. One year, I do just need to break down and buy it on DVD.

 

 

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@tipsy wrote:

I watched "It Happened of Fifth Avenue" last night.  Never saw it before but it was really cute & made me laugh!


I discovered this movie a few years ago.  It is so enjoyable.  I watched it a few days ago.  I also watched Christmas in Connecticut and a Holiday Affair. I enjoy all of theseSmiley Happy