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Best Christmas Movies

Check out these highly recommended Best Christmas Movies. These five classic films are perfect for family viewing and should be in every home movie collection.

They`re all available in new special editions, with great picture and sound transfers and lots of extra features. Some feature the restored and remastered original black and white versions plus newly colorized prints that are fantastic.

Best of all, you can get a great price on these collectibles - click on the images below for full details!

A Christmas Carol (1951) starring Alistair Sim is the all-time best version of the classic Charles Dickens' novel about the miserly Ebeneezer Scrooge dispensing misery in Victorian London - until three ghosts set him on the path to dedemption.
It's a Wonderful Life (1946), starring James Stewart as the frustrated small-town building and loan company owner saved from suicide by an angle named Clarence who shows him how wonderful his life really is. A brilliant movie, superbly acted. Superb new colorized edition looks fantastic.
Miracle On 34th Street (1947), staring John Payne as an idealistic lawyer who sets out to prove that Father Christmas really exisits in the hope saving Kris Kringle (Edmund Gwenn) from the psychiatric ward. Absolutely enchanting film co-starring Natalie Wood and Maureen O`Hara.
The Bishop`s Wife (1947) stars Cary Grant as an angel named Dudley who comes to the rescue of a church minister (David Niven) faced with a crisis - and falls in love with his beautiful wife Julia (Loretta Young). A true classic full of humour and emotion.
Holiday Inn (1942) starring Bing Crosby and Fred Astaire introduced the world to the classic song White Christmas. Bing sings a dozen timeless Irving Berlin songs while Astaire dances up a storm - and they both try to win the girl. Restored version looks amazing.

 

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