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View Poll Results: Favourite Christmas Movie?
It's a Wonderful Life 4 26.67%
Miracle on 34th Street (original) 1 6.67%
The Bishop's Wife 0 0%
Home Alone/Home Alone 2: Lost in New York 1 6.67%
Tim Burton's The Nightmare Before Christmas 3 20.00%
National Lampoon's Christmas Vacation 6 40.00%
A Christmas Carol (any version) 1 6.67%
Bah Humbug - gimme something else totally!! 2 13.33%
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Old 12-21-2009, 12:09 PM
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One thing I'll say about Santa Claus Conquers the Martians... at least it wasn't a movie that was made to sell kids a bunch of crap.
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One thing I'll say about Santa Claus Conquers the Martians... at least it wasn't a movie that was made to sell kids a bunch of crap.
That IS a rarity.
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None of them are on my list...I can't think of one really.

ooh, no wait. Love Actually.
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It's not really a Christmas movie but I think the Muppet's Wizard of Oz is fantastic. It's always on TV here between Christmas and New Year
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Muppet's A Christmas Carol.

What is that internet phrase people use? ''For the Win''?

That.
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None of them are on my list...I can't think of one really.

ooh, no wait. Love Actually.
mmmmmmmnnnnnnnnn...............slightly high sugar content for my taste buds!!

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Anybody here catch any of the 12 showings of A Christmas Story on TBS? The marathon of Christmas Vacation on AMC?
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Old 12-27-2009, 02:15 AM
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Is that the same film shown 12 times in like a day or two? Or a twelve part story told in sequence?
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Is that the same film shown 12 times in like a day or two? Or a twelve part story told in sequence?
The former.

It's something of a tradition (that began on TNT), initially borne out of a wish for a network to give most of their employees the day off and because it performs about as well as anything else they'd be airing on Christmas. I think another network did the same thing with the original Home Alone movie...
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