What’s Your Favorite ’60s/’70s Animated TV Christmas Special?

Remember watching A Charlie Brown ChristmasRudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer or Frosty the Snowman every December on TV? This week’s poll wants to know: What’s Your Favorite 1960s/ 1970s Animated TV Christmas Special?

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  • http://twitter.com/Bryankr Bryan Ruffin

    I had to vote for Snoopy and Linus!

  • http://twitter.com/DYRMovies DoYouRememberMovies

    Frosty the Snowman gets my vote!

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=184104923 Melanie Young

    Gotta love anything with Boris Karloff in it! Love the Grinch!

  • dawn

    Love all of them but Rudolph is my favorite. I remember watching it as a kid every year. We did’nt have cable or DVD’s and we ony got to watch it once a year. I would be so upset if my parents and I weren’t home on the night it aired and I missed it.

  • rodahaco

    Just like Lays potato Chips…..couldn’t pick just one. Since there were no cable or Videos or DVDs, it was a special treat to watch these when they were on during the Christmas season.

  • BGMAC

    In Charlie Brown’s Christmas, they gave the REAL meaning of Christmas………

  • kp22kc

    It was a hard decision between Charlie Brown and The Year Without a Santa Claus. But I picked on what I have watched the most recently and it was Charlie Brown. I have watched it the last few years and I haven’t watched Year in a few years. I really wasn’t in the mood to watch much Christmas stuff this year and didn’t even get my Christmas CDs out. But I did get out A Charlie Brown Christmas and watched Happy New Year Charlie Brown. I did watch a few other show, including The Grinch (cartoon, not the Jim Carrey movie) A Flintstone Family Christmas, one episode of The Gary Moore Show (it is listed as A Carol Burnett Christmas, but is really just an old Christmas time Gary Moore show and was just wonderful) A Marie Osmond Christmas (cornball 80’s special, but still very pretty singing) and the movie Remember the Night (should be shown just as much as A Christmas Carol and It’s a Wonderful Life,) And that was about all the Christmas I could stomach for some reason. By the way, it is January 15th and I still have my Christmas tree up and lit.

  • Honeybrown1976

    Mr. Magoo!! My second fave would be A Charlie Brown Christmas.

  • NJ Lady

    My very favorite Xmas movie is Alistair Sim’s “A Christmas Carol.” No one has portrayed that stingy curmudgeon as convincingly as Sim. Fortunately, this classic is still being shown on TV on Christmas Day.