Monday, December 3, 2012

Your Favorite Christmas Movie?

Do you have a favorite Christmas movie, one you never tire of watching? Ours is Silent Mouse, a made-for-TV movie from the 80's. Starring Lynn Redgrave as the narrator, Silent Mouse is the story of how the famous carol, Silent Night, was written, with a bit of literary license thrown in.

The main character is a mouse named Nonny. Her full name is A. Nonny Mouse. I love that!

Unfortunately, it's only available on VHS. We keep looking, hoping to find it on DVD. We've played our copy over 20 times--it's that delightful!

So. . . what about you? What's your favorite Christmas Movie?


  1. It's a Wonderful Life...classic.
    ~ Wendy

  2. We have so many ... but I will go with the Hallmark Hall of Fame movie, "Seasons for Miracles."

  3. We do - A Season for Miracles! Part of its charm is the old, beautiful Victorian house that it's filmed in. Plus the angels and the miracles and all the other stuff that makes a super-duper Christmas movie. :)

    1. I love the town and the Victorian home. Would you happen to know where the town is located?

  4. Easy--I adore Jimmy Stewart, so Wonderful Life wins. I also love to watch Holiday Inn.

  5. I love Christmas movies. My favorite so far is The Santa Clause. It makes me laugh every year. And of course, there's always It's a Wonderful Life which I am saving to see soon.

  6. Okay,here's one to think on. "A Christmas Carol",the 1950's version with Alistar Sim. Our son tells me we have watched so many times that he has the dialog memorized. ;)

  7. I really do not have a favorite Christmas movie. If Mary Poppins counts then that is my favorite movie. Thank you for sharing. Blessings.

  8. It's a wonderful life! Of course. Amazing. The Bells of St Mary's! Some of the funny ones are great too. The Santa Clause. It's all good family fun time.

  9. We like the Polar Express here in our home. It's an animated movie and so much fun to watch with the kiddies during this season. It's playing on cable in a week and I have the DVR already set up to record it. ;-)

    Thanks for asking, Jeanette! Hope you're doing well.

  10. Oh, I forgot about the Bells of St. Mary's. That's a great one, too. Anything with Bing is fun.

    Has anyone seen The Thin Man with Wm. Powell and Myrna Loy? One of our favorites.

    And Claymation Christmas is a work of art!

    Thanks, everyone, for your input. Happy watching!

  11. has to be It's a Wonderful Life. You can't beat Jimmy Stewart~he's my favorite actor of all time.


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