Pick Three - Christmas Movies and Shows

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For me, it would be 4, 8 and 12. However for 8, it is the tv cartoon not the movie.
 

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4, 5, 9, 10 and 12

# 10 need to be #1.... then 5, 4 and 12. In that order..
 

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3, 9, 10 - something for every generation! (Can you tell I'm a Gen-X?) :lol:
 

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2, 5, 12 with an honorable mention for 9.

I didn’t think I would like The Polar Express until I saw it when DS was in his trains phase. We were immediately hooked. He still chooses it for long car trips too. Such a good story!!
 

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I actually don't like most of them (I know I know I'm an awful human being) So far just 9 and 11! 7 if it is the second one.
 

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No Christmas show list is complete without "The Year without a Santa Claus". :nono: Heat Miser and Snow Miser. It's iconic.
 

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3, 7, and toss up between 9 and 12. I like Charlie Brown but have good memories of The Santa Clause.
 

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I actually don't like most of them (I know I know I'm an awful human being) So far just 9 and 11! 7 if it is the second one.
Agreed as well….had a hard time here. Could go with, say “Shop Around the Corner” or “Meet Me in St. Louis,” or any of the 1940s Brtitish ones requiring stoicism and a stiff upper lip.
 
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