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What is your favorite holiday movie?

Asked at Kansas Union, 1301 Jayhawk Boulevard on December 9, 2010

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Planes, Trains and Automobiles.’”

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Christmas Vacation.’”

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Elf.’”

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National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation.’”

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ku_law 4 years ago

First. National Lampoon's Christmas Vacation.

RoeDapple 4 years ago

Oh stop . . . ranting! I'll change it. . . . later . . .

somedude20 4 years ago

never let that movie die. "Mother May I Sleep With Danger" will be a gift in all of my friend's x-mas stockings

Kirk Larson 4 years ago

Big "Oh Yeah" on the Alastair Sim "Christmas Carol". Or just read the book. Best line: "Beware this boy! For on his brow is written the doom of mankind".

jd 4 years ago

That's the way you celebrate it - OOH-RAH!

Give your heart and soul to Jesus but your a$$ belongs to the Corps!

nonbeliverofprint 4 years ago

I thought the question was for holiday movies?

trinity 4 years ago

A Christmas Story. you'll shoot your eye out, kid! :) followed closely by Christmas Vacation. merry Christmas, merry Christmas, merry Christmas, kiss my a$$....

EarthaKitt 4 years ago

Me too. Love love love it. Makes me happy every time.

"I beat the **** out of some kids today. But it was for a purpose. It made me feel good about myself. It was like I did something constructive with my life or something, I dunno, like I accomplished something."

sinkorswim 4 years ago

White Christmas, Elf, The Santa Claus...and most any holiday movie on FaLaLaLa Lifetime and the Hallmark Channel!

kernal 4 years ago

The 1934 "Miracle on 34th St" and 1938 version of "A Christmas Carol".

Thinking_Out_Loud 4 years ago

  • How The Grinch Stole Christmas (1966, animated version narrated by Boris Karloff)
  • A Charlie Brown Christmas (1965)

EarthaKitt 4 years ago

I watched Rudolph (one of my favorites) with my kids a week or so ago. Until then I'd never paid attention to what a total creep Santa was in that movie.

somedude20 4 years ago

I rather enjoy Caligula, wine, women and song!

somedude20 4 years ago

Santa Claus The Movie with Dudley Moore Santa Claus Conquers the Martians (1964) Surviving Christmas (2004) hard to find a good Affleck movie (would have been better had Tony Soprano wacked Affleck off in the first ten minutes Fred Claus (2007) Vince Vaughn's best role since he remade Psycho (hahaha) I do like 'Silent Night, Deadly Night' (1984)

somedude20 4 years ago

Hey Hollis, were do all of the female reindeer go when Santa and the male reindeer leave for Christmas?

somedude20 4 years ago

They go to town to blow a few bucks (clean joke) Hi Whitney

whats_going_on 4 years ago

Christmas Vacation by a looooooooooooong shot. Nothing even comes close.

amrose42683 4 years ago

1) WHITE CHRISTMAS ... love, love, love that movie Others in no particular order include Christmas Vacation, Gremlins, It's A Wonderful Life, Santa Claus The Movie, and numerous others. I love Christmas:)

Flap Doodle 4 years ago

Le Salaire de la peur (AKA, The Wages of Fear)

wmathews 4 years ago

Props man: I can't get the antlers glued to this little guy. We tried Crazy Glue, but it don't work.

Frank Cross: Did you try staples?

riverdrifter 4 years ago

The Wild Bunch. Warren Oates, William Holden and Ernest Borgnine are such Christmassy guys...

riverdrifter 4 years ago

Absolutely. They don't make them like that anymore.

nonbeliverofprint 4 years ago

Bing Crosby in White Christmas. Just love it.

Kontum1972 4 years ago

Santa @ the mustang dude ranch.

riverdrifter 4 years ago

OK, I like the newer version of A Christmas Carol with George C. Scott.

zikzak 4 years ago

Gremlins! Best Christmas movie ever :)

zikzak 4 years ago

Gremlins! Best Christmas movie ever :)

sinkorswim 4 years ago

I also like The Holiday, Santa Claus The Movie, and Love Actually...

pace 4 years ago

I love Christmas movies and songs. " Miracle on 34th Street (1947)". and " I saw Mama kissing Santa Claus."

Bill Lee 4 years ago

Since no one has mentioned it, put me down for Bing Crosby's "Holiday Inn."

BorderRuffian 4 years ago

"A Christmas Story" hands down. Every year, immediately after the Thanksgiving dishes are cleared, we all sit down and watch it again. There are so many lines that get remembered and re-used all year long ("but the bell rang," "they looked at me like I had lobsters crawling out of my ears"). While this was a ho-ho-hummer at the box offices, this remains as almost a cult classic.

Merry Christmas, and don't shoot your eye out!

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