Tuesday, December 23, 2014

Christmas Movie Marathons!


On the days leading up to Christmas, there are so many Christmas Movies on every station, one can hardly choose...

 
FX has a Christmas with the Kranks Marathon!
 
It's still so funny, every time I watch it! I laugh, I cry, (well, I have misty eyes)... as it is truly hilarious and touching, in the end! Luther and Spike are my favorites, as well as... Marty and the Hickory Honey Ham!


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TNT and TBS will have the annual A Christmas Story marathon!
 
Get ready to hear... "You'll shoot your eye out" over and over again!
 

image via: UP
UP-TV and Hallmark Movies & Mysteries will have a Yule Log!
 
I love to watch this on TV... so peaceful and beautiful!
 
 
 
FMC has a Marathon of the 1951 version of A Christmas Carol!
 
I think this must be my favorite version of all the renditions of A Christmas Carol. The way Alastair Sim's face lights up at the end of the movie, is something truly special!
 
 
 
The Hallmark Channel will have a Marathon of it's New Original Movies All Day on Christmas Day with limited commercial interruption, featuring Northpole (pictured above),  The Nine Lives of Christmas, A Royal Christmas, Angels and Ornaments, and so much more!
 
This is a very nice tribute from Hallmark to all of their new Christmas movies!
 
 
 
AMC has our Favorite Films...
Miracle on 34th Street, the old and new version,
plus The Santa Clause 2, and Bing Crosby singing White Christmas!
 
I love both versions of Miracle on 34th Street so much... I could never choose a favorite between them! White Christmas means so much to me, too, as I'm sure it does to you and your families, as well. Watching it, is like living in a Christmas Card!
 
 
 
TCM will have a Marathon of the Classic Christmas Movies
we know and love, including Christmas in Connecticut, It Happened on 5th Avenue, Love Finds Andy Hardy, Meet Me in St. Louis (pictured above), and many more!
 
Each of these movies is so dear and meaningful... with Judy Garland singing "Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas" in Meet Me in St. Louis, then Mickey Rooney, in Love Finds Andy Hardy gets into all kinds of trouble at Christmastime, and everything is a delightful, mixed-up mess in It Happened on 5th Avenue and Christmas in Connecticut!
 
I hope you and your family find something special to watch together this Christmas!
 
Please see the Christmas TV Schedule for times airing of all the Specials mentioned above!
 
God Bless Us, Everyone!
 
Merry Christmas!
 
 

2 comments:

  1. Hi Net, blessed holiday wishes to you and your family. Hasn't it been a great season for Christmas movies? I sure enjoyed it and watched all the new ones plus my old favorites. Thanks for all you do for us, keeping us informed and up to date.

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  2. Thank you for allowing us to be informed on all the Holiday movies. I have enjoyed watching all the new Hallmark movies! Wishing you and yours a very Merry Christmas!

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