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50 things you might not know about 15 of your favorite Christmas movies

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During the film "White Christmas," Vera-Ellen, Bing Crosby, Danny Kaye and Rosemary Clooney sing a song called "Snow" while riding on the train to Vermont. The song was originally called "Free," according to Rosemary Clooney, and was one of Irving Berlin's "trunk songs," or songs that were written, set aside and somewhat forgotten. He pulled it out for "White Christmas" and rewrote it.

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MrsH
Altamont, UT

Even though I hate clicking through the list...I LOVED the article.
Didn't know a lot of these things...gives me a greater appreciation of, and desire to watch the movies again.
Thanks!

Hutterite
American Fork, UT

Dysfunctional family, weird food, problematic christmas technology and props. Christmas vacation is the best of the holiday movies.

Arm of Orion
Cottonwood Heights, UT

I dis agree hutterite. The best Chirstmas movie is Die Hard

Hutterite
American Fork, UT

Arm...you're right, Die Hard is a good movie. MrsH is correct, too. This format for lists is excruciating to go through, and a hog when you're using your cel phone data plan from the truck seat. I wish they'd just post the entire list, and let you click on whichever list entry strikes our fancy.

Trainman
Ivins, UT

Well, while I truly love Polar Express, I am not a big Tom Hanks fan. The actual train sounds are real, and excellent. However, you omitted two of my most favorite Christmas movies. Christmas with the Kranks, and Fred Claus my all time favorite. Neat modern story line, and outstanding music. I watched it with my grandkids last August, and getting ready to watch it again.

Brent T. Aurora CO
Aurora, CO

A list of 15 favorites does include some great films worthy of anyone's top 5. But Christmas Vacation is glaringly absent and the remake of Miracle on 34th Street trumps the earlier one.

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