Poll: What’s Your Favorite Movie to Watch At Christmastime?

Ho, ho, ho! What’s your favorite flick to watch at Christmastime? Let us know by voting below! From the original Miracle on 34th Street to Elf and beyond, there’s plenty of Yuletide faves to choose from. And if you don’t see your choice listed, let us know what it is in the comments!

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  • http://themidnitedrive-in.blogspot.com Quiggy

    I voted other because I personally prefer the George C. Scott version of “A Christmas Carol” but it wasn’t listed as a choice.

    • garykevinware

      I perhaps prefer the George C. Scott version of A Christmas Carol, but I voted for It’s A Wonderful Life. Another movie that wasn’t an option was Santa Claus Conquers the Martians!

    • John

      The Scott version is pretty good; Frank Finlay scares the holly out of me. But Sim’s the Scrooge for me.

  • sanpaku

    The Walton’s Homecoming With Patricia Neal! Is number one for certain! Next is Christmas Story (Joulutarina) swedish version of how St Nicholas came to be.

  • Robert R George

    #2 is polar express

  • TrippyTrellis

    “White Christmas”: my favorite Christmas movie, my favorite musical of all time, and one of my top ten movies of all time.

  • richard

    Love White Christmas but also love A Christmas Card from The Hallmark channel . As a matter of fact I’m becoming fond of many of The Hallmark Channel Christmas movies .

  • momcat1948

    This was a hard one for me to pick because I love most of the Christmas movies. In fact, there are only 6 of the movies listed that I don’t like and those are Nat’l Lampoon, Scrooged, Grinch, Home Alone, Elf and A Christmas Story. There are a whole lot out there that I would replace those with and I usually love all of the Hallmark channel movies.


    White Christmas over Holiday Inn? The former was a sequel to the latter, which was one of the best holiday/Xmas movies ever. But then what can you expect from people who chose “Wonderful Life” as best?

  • Movie Fan

    So many wonderful holiday movies! The Muppet Christmas Carol (1992) with Michael Caine is jolly good fun. White Christmas has great songs, fantastic choreography and a feel-good ending. Scrooge (1951) with Alastair Sim is my go-to classic. There are some delightful movies on Hallmark Channel and on Hallmark Movie Channel too.

  • Tom K.

    Have been enjoying ” Polar Express ” since my Grandson introduced it to me. The “Santa’s Sleigh Launch ” is outstanding.

  • Laust Cawz

    “Mixed Nuts” should’ve been included on the list. I love “A Christmas Story”, too, though.

  • WDPjr

    Many people are not familiar with “Remember the Night” (1940) with Fred MacMurray and Barbara Stanwyck. It is one (of several) I watch every year. Anyone who likes the classics should check it out.