Wednesday, July 16, 2014

What was your Number 1 Christmas Movie Pick for Christmas in July?


Here are the results for my poll:

“Which Christmas Movies are You watching during Hallmark's 2014 'Christmas in July'?”

With 600 votes, This is the ‘Top Ten’ Movies we most wanted to see:


#1: The Christmas Card - 390 votes
#2: Debbie Macomber's Call Me Mrs. Miracle - 372 votes
#3: The Most Wonderful Time of the Year and Debbie Macomber's Mrs. Miracle - 364 votes
#4: The Christmas Ornament - 338 votes
#5: Debbie Macomber's Trading Christmas - 326 votes
#6: Let It Snow - 314 votes
#7: Christmas with Holly - 307 votes
#8: A Boyfriend for Christmas - 305 votes
#9: Moonlight & Mistletoe – 288 votes
#10: Snow Bride - 286 votes


Here is the complete list of Movies shown during Christmas in July on the Hallmark Channel and Hallmark Movie Channel (alphabetically listed) with the total number of votes each movie received + the percentage ranking!


Angel in the Family 112 (18%)
Angels Sing (New!) 219 (36%)
Anne Tyler's Saint Maybe 56 (9%)
Annie Claus is Coming to Town 162 (27%)
Baby's First Christmas 82 (13%)
A Bride for Christmas 260 (43%)
A Boyfriend for Christmas 305 (50%)
Cancel Christmas 93 (15%)
A Carol Christmas 90 (15%)
The Case for Christmas 130 (21%)
Catch a Christmas Star 127 (21%)
The Christmas Card 390 (65%)
A Christmas Carol (2004) 73 (12%)
The Christmas Choir 131 (21%)
Christmas Dance 106 (17%)
Christmas in Canaan 106 (17%)
Christmas Comes Home to Canaan 94 (15%)
The Christmas Heart 117 (19%)
Christmas Magic 183 (30%)
The Christmas Ornament 338 (56%)
The Christmas Pageant 115 (19%)
Christmas Song 101 (16%)
The Christmas Spirit 149 (24%)
A Christmas Visitor 212 (35%)
A Christmas Wish 187 (31%)
Christmas with Holly 307 (51%)
Christmas with Tucker 111 (18%)
Debbie Macomber's Call Me Mrs. Miracle 372 (62%)
Debbie Macomber's Mrs. Miracle 364 (60%)
Debbie Macomber's Trading Christmas 326 (54%)
A Dog Named Christmas 155 (25%)
Finding Christmas 185 (30%)
Fir Crazy 269 (44%)
Hats Off to Christmas! 233 (38%)
Help for the Holidays 240 (40%)
Hitched for the Holidays 211 (35%)
A Holiday Engagement 216 (36%)
It's Christmas, Carol! 101 (16%)
Let It Snow 314 (52%)
Matchmaker Santa 276 (46%)
Meet the Santas 126 (21%)
Mitch Albom's Have a Little Faith 57 (9%)
Moonlight & Mistletoe 288 (48%)
The Most Wonderful Time of the Year 364 (60%)
Mr. St. Nick 90 (15%)
Naughty or Nice (2012) 228 (38%)
The Note 105 (17%)
November Christmas 209 (34%)
An Old Fashioned Christmas 102 (17%)
An Old Fashioned Thanksgiving 104 (17%)
Our First Christmas 153 (25%)
A Princess for Christmas 245 (40%)
Santa Switch 70 (11%)
A Season For Miracles 243 (40%)
Secret of Giving 71 (11%)
Silent Night 87 (14%)
Silver Bells 241 (40%)
Snow Bride 286 (47%)
The Three Gifts 133 (22%)
Thomas Kinkade's Christmas Cottage 105 (17%)
The Town Christmas Forgot 186 (31%)
A Very Merry Mix-Up 283 (47%)
What I Did For Love 98 (16%)
Window Wonderland 227 (37%)
The Wishing Tree 137 (22%)
The Ultimate Gift 191 (31%)



Thank you all for participating in the poll! It was such fun watching and sharing the Christmas Movies with you all last week. Thank you all for the comments, e-mails, and support!

Have a Happy Summer… as we continue to Countdown to Christmas 2014!

7 comments:

  1. OK - great viewing ! Now, let's see these favorites come out in DVD. Matchmaker Santa 46% - Help for the Holidays 40% - Let it Snow 52% - A Season for Miracles 40%.

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  2. Angles Sing out on DVD already ??? The ink isn't hardly dried on the cover and it's for SALE - really ??? What about the movies we've been wanting from prior years and hit the 40% plus viewing mark ! Come on Hallmark !

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  3. I think I saw A Season for Miracles on DVD over at Amazon. It was a bit pricy though. :-( I'm looking forward to buying A Bride for Christmas, Snow Bride, Window Wonderland, A Very Merry Mix-up & Fir Crazy! :-)

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  4. I loved all the Christmas movies that aired during "Christmas in July" week. My top four favorites were "Let it Snow", "Snow Bride", A Very, Merry Mix-up" and "The Christmas Ornament. Here's hoping that all our top picks come out on DVD!!

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  5. I enjoyed watching any of the films that I could catch throughout the week and two weekends. It was a dream of a movie marathon come true!

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  6. I sure wish they would release Let It Snow on DVD already. I have #2 and I'm surprised A Princess For Christmas didn't do better!

    Misty

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  7. Window Wonderland was my favorite new movie from 2013. Just wish they would play Battle of the Bulbs at least once during Christmas in July or at Christmas time.

    Clark W. Griswold

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