December 1, 2009

Ten favorite classic holiday movies to decorate by:

Thanksgiving weekend has long been the beginning of decorating for Christmas. It’s also time to begin watching holiday movie favorites. Usually Irving Berlin’s “White Christmas” is the first to watch while decorating the tree. “White Christmas” staring Bing Crosby and Danny Kaye just brings childhood memories straight to the surface. All the wonderful Irving Berlin classic music bring many families together as they sing along with songs like “Sisters” or “Counting Your Blessings” or “The Best Things, Happen When You’re Dancing“.

Our family doesn’t feel quite right if we haven’t watched ”White Christmas“ before the Monday after Thanksgiving.

Some of our most cherished classic, must see holiday movies are:

A Christmas Story

"National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation

It’s a Wonderful Life

Miracle on 34th Street“ (both the 1947 and 1994 versions)

Charles Dickens ”A Christmas Carol

Little Women


Home Alone

Jingle All the Way

1 comment:

sokar101 said...

Like your top Xmas movies list. I do prefer the 1947 version of Miracle on 34th Street with a young Natalie Wood and Maureen O'Sullvian.