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Thursday, December 15, 2016

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Lisa at Greenbow

This is an interesting article to me. I haven't watched many Christmas movies so I can't really answer your question. I might check the video store to see if any of your mentioned movies are available. Maybe I will become a Christmas movie fan. I was listening to Mike and Mike on tv the other day and they were arguing about whether one of the Die Hard movies was a Christmas movie because the action took place during Christmas. ha that might be a stretch but one of them was adamant that it was a Christmas movie.

Linda from Each Little World

​ Lisa — That does fit my theory of movies that take place at Christmas are thus de facto Christmas movies. Our local library system is a great source for DVDs of every sort which is where I first discovered some of these.​

Loree / danger garden

I thought I'd seen Christmas in Connecticut but your synopsis doesn't ring a single bell, and gosh, I've never watched The Bishop's Wife either. I must get on that. As for my fav's I am a sucker for the biggest of them all, It's a Wonderful Life. I also love the animated specials of my childhood. Charlie Brown Christmas, The Grinch and The Year without a Santa Claus at the top of the list.

Beth @ PlantPostings

That's one great thing about a Wisconsin winter--a forced rest from gardening, so there's a little more time to do other things like watch movies, read books, crochet, and hang out more with friends and family. :)

Peter/Outlaw

"The Bishop's Wife," "Meet Me in St. Louis," and "Christmas in Connecticut" are favorites. I will seek out Fanny and Alexander as I've never seen it. Recently, I've seen advertisements for a new film called "Collateral Beauty" which make it look interesting.

Linda from Each Little World

Peter — I warn you that Fanny and Alexander gets pretty dark after the lovely Christmas. But then Bergman never did light films!

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