Peach State says . . . My favorite Christmas Movies
Such a silly question posed by someone who I thought knew me….
Christmas in Connecticut with Barbara Stanwyck is among the top five. She is a magazine executive that has been living a lie. Her boss wants her to host a War Hero, Dennis Morgan, for the holidays at her home in the country giving him the “Family Christmas” with all the trimmings. I love Felix the chef in this movie. I highly recommend this movie.
Bing Crosby holds two spots on the list. Holiday Inn and White Christmas. Although the song White Christmas is in both the stories are quite different. Fred Astaire stars with Bing in Holiday Inn as riaffection the affection of a special young lady. Danny Kaye is the sidekick in White Christmas that struggles to get the character played by Bing to fall in love for several reasons. Traditional Christmas scenes and songs fill these two movies.
Tim Allen makes the top 5 as Santa in “The Santa Clause”. This fresh spin to the story gives us a new reason to believe. The situations that arise with a step-parent and biological parent and the lengths they go through for the sake of a child.
The last place is a tie between two Hallmark movies. “The Christmas Visitor” and “The Christmas Card”. All I want to say about these two are watch them and let me know what you think.
The sad thing about this list is the fact that I typically have to watch them by myself.the rest of the family usually do not like to watch sappy holiday movies. There is one movie that I did not put include on this list. We actually watched it as a family last Christmas. “It’s A Wonderful Life”. Who does not love this movie. So place the bell on the Christmas Tree and say the line “every time a bell rings an angel gets it’s wings”.
Posted on November 29, 2011, in Just Between Cousins and tagged Barbara Stanwick, Bing Crosby, Christmas in Conneticut, Danny Kaye, Every time a bell rings an angel get it's wings, Fred Astaire, Holiday Inn, It's A Wonderful Life, The Christmas Card, The Christmas Visitor, The Santa Clause, Tim Allen, White Christmas. Bookmark the permalink. 2 Comments.