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Discussion in 'The Okie Corral' started by Sneegrl, Nov 26, 2012.
George C Scott's portrayal of Scrooge is right up there.
A Christmas Story and Christmas Vacation are my two favorites.
That said, weren't the first two "Die Hard" movies set at Christmas?
A Christmas Story. Some scenes are funny (I am old), but I love how Ralphie was dying to get the Red Ryder, and his dad said "Hey, that's funny. What's that thing behind the desk....." Classic, what a pop
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A Christmas Story.
Deck the harrs with boughs of horry, fa ra ra ra ra, ra ra ra ra.
A Christmas Story is far and away my favorite. The narrator is perfect.
Probably not going to go over well on GT....commie!
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The narrator is Jean Shepherd who wrote the book that the movie was based on. The book is In God We Trust: All Others Pay Cash. It is hilarious.
Oh, and Christmas Story is also my favorite Christmas movie.
Followed closely by:
It's A Wonderful Life
The Santa Clause with Tim Allen.
Don't forget "Lethal Weapon" was a Christmas movie.
1. It's a Wonderful Life (Jimmy Stewart)
2. The Bishop's Wife (Cary Grant, Loretta Young)
3. The Man Who Came to Dinner (Monty Woolley, Bette Davis)
4. Miracle on 34th Street (Natalie Wood)
5. A Christmas Carol (George C. Scott)
6. A Christmas Story (Red Ryder BB Gun)
7. Home Alone Macauley Culkin)
8. The Sant Clause (Tim Allen)
9. Christmas Vacation (Chevy Chase)
The old movies are the best...Hollywood just doesn't know how to make these 'gems' anymore.
1. Christmas Vacation
2. It's A Wonderful Life
3. Christmas Carol 1951 with Alastair Sims
It's a tough call between National Lampoon's Christmas Vacation and A Christmas Story.