Wednesday, December 16, 2015

The Jingle Book Blog Hop


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21 comments:

  1. National Lampoon Christmas Vacation

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  2. I have to see Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer or it doesn't feel like Christmas. Thank you

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  3. I actually don't have a go to holiday movie. I've been enjoying Hallmark this year!

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  4. I can't pin it to just one:). I love Muppets Christmas Carol and Miracle on 34th Street. Have a good day Zoe and all the best for the season!

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  5. There's no must see movie for me, but I always enjoy the humor in A Christmas Story.

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  6. "A Christmas Carol" is a must watch for the Holidays but that's not the only one.

    " Home Alone" (the original not the sequel)

    " The Grinch" who stole Christmas- As I have gotten older, the green guy has grown on me. And every once in awhile, I feel a little grinchy too and silently root for him.
    ( lol, please don't tell that one to my kids)

    I hear ya about Frosty and Rudolph, it's something I must watch at least once, or Christmas just isn't the same.
    If you are a full grown adult, but have a secret frosty/Rudolph fetish too, grab a kid and force them to watch it with you. That way, if your significant other catches you in the act of watching said movie, you have someone to blame it on! ( And if the little rat threatens to snitch on you, do what I do and threaten to tell Santa) lol :-)

    And how about the one where the kid freezes his tongue on the flag pole? Can't remember the name, but it's a classic.

    "Scrooged" is also not to be missed. And I am sure I am missing a few here, but that gets me in the jingle-jolly spirit. I highly recommend it you haven't watched these classics, you give it a go.

    Happy Holidays everyone!!!
    Paula
    Sprklngsaphire@aol.com

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  8. Double post, sorry all, those pesky elves are at it again!

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  9. I don't watch movies. I only read books.

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  10. I enjoy watching The Bishop's Wife at Christmas time.

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  11. Oh that would be Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer.

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  12. Miracle on 34th Street...it's just so brilliantly written and little Natalie Wood is terrific in it.

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  13. I always enjoy one of the (many) A Christmas Carol movies!

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  14. Elf, A Christmas Story and the all time fave: A Christmas Carol with Alastair Sim (black and white version) :)

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  15. A Christmas Carol, The Bishop's Wife (with Cary Grant)and Scrooge with Bill Murray . Here's a clip https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a9AkO6L8W3A

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  16. i have to watch rudolph the red nosed reindeer and frosty the snowman..and i like watching the holiday movies on the hallmark channel

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  17. My Christmas go to movie is Christmas Vacation!

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  18. There's none, actually. I do action film marathon, though.

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  19. It has to be a Muppet Christmas Carol.

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