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Carrie7 Carrie7 51-55, F 23 Answers Nov 10, 2012 in WTK

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All time favorite has always been The Grinch Who Stole x mas........any of the animated specials of x mas.



Am I disqualified ? ; )

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No ! I love those too ! Frosty, Rudolph, Santa Claus is coming to town.. always watch those.. so cute.

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Yup ! You know it ! ; ) Nice to know I'm not the only older youngster at heart !

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A very old one, called It is a wonderful life.

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Ha ha ! OMG ! " very old " lol !

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A Christmas Story and The Night Before Christmas

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A Christmas Story. Before Turner got hold of it, I used to stay up really late on Christmas Eve to watch it. It is the greatest.

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Before Turner got hold of it? Is there a version that I do not know of??? lol....

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Batman 2

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The little match girl. Saw it donkeys years ago, had the original sad ending, not sure if recent films of it do the same.

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Good choice. That takes me back. That was a cry-fest, I think. We wouldn't want to upset the kids these days, though, with reality and such.

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Yeah everything seems to have a Disney happy ending !!

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Serendipty

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Yes...one of my favorites as well
Will have to watch it again real soon!

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A Muppet Christmas Carol



followed closely by National Lampoon's Christmas vacation.



I never liked A Christmas Story.

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I really like Miricle on 34th street, when the young girl gives a doller bill to the judge underlined are the words in god we trust. The judge looks and reads and realises that he cannot disprove the existance of a god, he cannot disprove the existance of Santa Claus either :-)

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which makes no sense, since in a court of law the side that cannot prove their argument loses. I know I know..."It's a kid's movie"...

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But it makes me giggle, It sort of says if god exists so does Santa Claus, one we dismiss as fiction as we grow older and the other ???

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Bad Santa

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Cleveland's own Christmas Story.

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National Lampoon's Christmas Vacation. Still surprised no one has mentioned Miracle on 34th Street nor Holiday Inn.

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Ebenezer Scrooge

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National Lampoon's Christmas Vacation with Chevy Chase

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"It's a Wonderful Life" the first five-hundred times I saw it.

"Scrooge" (1951) the one with Alastair Sim as Scrooge.

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National Lampoon's Christmas Vacation



Bad Santa



It's a Wonderful Life

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Adam Sandler's Eight Crazy Nights (actually more of a Hanukkah movie)

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Although I hate christmas because it is my birthday too, I can't resist the movie "White Christmas"

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I have so many...

The Santa clause trilogy is awesome and I love different versions of a Christmas Carol

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Ernest saves christmas

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The Santa Clause. Only the original.

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