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What happened to Christmas?


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Bah Humbug!!! Where are all the good Christmas films? I've checked not only TCM but also FOX and the other movies channels that I got when I ordered FOX (never would have paid for them otherwise lol). NOBODY has many Christmas movies. Disappointing! Granted, TCM is showing a few - more than anyone else, naturally, but not too many either. Personally, I like Scrooge better than A Christmas Carol with Reginald Owen - although that version isn't bad, nothing beats Alaister Sim on his head Christmas morning. ^^ But where are It's a Wonderful Life, Holiday Inn, White Christmas and others that escape me right now? Did the Grinch arrive again? AMC is showing 'something' if I recall correctly - I think it's Holiday Inn - but for those of us who REFUSE to turn on a movie channel with commercials . . . Where's all the Christmas spirit, movie channels? Does anyone know where these movies are hidding? Also, A Bishop's Wife. I'm disheartened.

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NBC has the viewing rights to "Wonderful Life". I believe it just aired this past week-end.


"White Christmas" and "Holiday Inn", I believe, are Paramount movies and not part of the Turner library.

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ABC family is doing a different Christmas-sy movie every night. They're mostly kid-oriented, but they've done "Rudolph" and "Santa Claus is Coming to Town," with Fred Astaire, Mickey Rooney and Keenan Wynn doing voices. Brought back childhood memories (I was, God help me, a child of the 70's LOL)


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