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Songfactor's Top 10 Holiday Movies

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In this Top 10 special, we will be doing a non-music theme.

We ask you to nominate two Winter Holiday movies that you feel express the the holiday seasons accordingly or are quality films based on the winter holidays.

The same regular rules that go with the top 10s applies here. First week is for nominations, then the regular top 10 (up to 12) voting will go on for another week or until everybody has their votes in.

Please let us have your nominations now

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National Lampoon's Christmas Vacation

Miracle On 34th Street (1947)

Ack, the exact two I was going to nominate. Didn't you and Shawna give me a little piece of that brain at one point? ;)

That was a great one Laur...John Payne, Donna Reed and a little girl named Natalie Wood.

Maureen O'Hara was the mom, not Donna Reed .... Donna is in It's a Wonderful Life.

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Lucky, it is Babes In Toyland. I've always known it as March Of The Wooden Soldiers. But, Laurel & Hardy are very funny in that movie. It was always played on local TV, during Christmas season.

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Holiday Inn (White Christmas)

These are actually 2 different films. I've already nominated White Christmas the 1954 film starring Bing Crosby, Danny Kaye, Rosemary Clooney & Vera Ellen.

Holiday Inn is a 1942 film starring Bing & Fred Astaire, and is the film that originally introduced Bing's song White Christmas.

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These are actually 2 different films. I've already nominated White Christmas the 1954 film starring Bing Crosby, Danny Kaye, Rosemary Clooney & Vera Ellen.

Holiday Inn is a 1942 film starring Bing & Fred Astaire, and is the film that originally introduced Bing's song White Christmas.

Great point!

I'll change (if i may) my Holiday Inn to a better movie:

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