Miracle on 34th Street was chosen by several as their favorite. No one specified which version - did you know there are actually four versions? 1947 (with Edmund Gwenn and Maureen O'Hara - my personal favorite), 1959 (with Ed Wynn and Peter Lind Hayes), 1973 (with Sebastian Cabot and Jane Alexander), and 1994 (with Richard Attenborough and Elizabeth Perkins.)
White Christmas was the second most listed.
The others, in no particular order are:
Smoky Mountain Christmas
Christmas with Holly
How the Grinch Stole Christmas (animated)
Home Alone (the first one)
One Magic Christmas
The Christmas Card
And some of my own personal favorites include:
A Christmas Snow
The Christmas Cottage
Christmas with a Capital C
Comfort and Joy
Snow: Brain Freeze
Christmas in Connecticut (1945)
The Santa Clause
The Gift of the Magi
Jingle all the Way
A Charlie Brown Christmas
A Christmas Carol (almost any version or adaptation!)
Yes, that's more than six - I TOLD you I love Christmas movies!!!
Tell me some I missed!
What are your favorite Christmas movies?
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