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.