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    No man is a failure who has Friends


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    My daughter is a lover of the classics, and this one is at the tippy top of the list.
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    It will always be my favorite Christmas movie.
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    Yes, good movie. I have often wondered who besides Jimmy Stuart could have possibly played the lead actor. He was the best actor ever plus a WW II veteran and active in the reserves. He lost a son in Viet Nam. Two more must see movies of his are Harvey and of course The Spirit of St. Louis.

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    I like George C. Scoot as Scrooge in the Dickens Christmas Carrol movie.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Waffletop View Post
    It will always be my favorite Christmas movie.
    Just finished watching it again tonight.

    Watch it every year !!
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    Harvey is a favorite in this house


    Quote Originally Posted by Padraig View Post
    Yes, good movie. I have often wondered who besides Jimmy Stuart could have possibly played the lead actor. He was the best actor ever plus a WW II veteran and active in the reserves. He lost a son in Viet Nam. Two more must see movies of his are Harvey and of course The Spirit of St. Louis.

    Padraig

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    Alastair Sim in "A Christmas Carol" (or "Scrooge"--title seems to vary). All-time Christmas Classic! B/W--not "colorized.."

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    My favorite is A Christmas Story. "You'll shoot your eye out!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!"

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