Monday, 24 December 2012

Raja's Movie Ramblings: My Favorite Classic Christmas Movies

 SCROOGE (1951)

British actor Alistair Sim played the Most Iconic version of the character in this the Most Definitive version of Charles Dickens' classic A Christmas Carol.



MIRACLE ON 34th STREET (1947)
When we grow up we tend to forget the meaning of the Holidays with all the hustle & bustle. It's a child's wonder that reminds us again what truly matter. That's what young Natalie Wood's character does for the entire city of New York.




WHITE CHRISTMAS (1954)
Bing Crosby sings the title so beautifully in this movie that it became apart of every Christmas since. Good Job Bing.





The Bishop's Wife (1947)
Wow, Cary Grant plays the most suave angel ever to make on the screen. Don't know how David Niven's character kept his beautiful wife played by actress Loretta Young with Him around. Definitely  Divine Intervention.





IT'S A WONDERFUL LIFE (1946)
Jimmy Stewart plays in perhaps director Frank Capra's Greatest film ever.




~ Raja Devilman74




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