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Christmas Television Show Favorites

For many people the wonderful Christmas television shows that start making their way into our homes right after Thanksgiving are one of their favorite Christmas traditions. Many families will gather around the television to watch these Christmas shows together. Here is a list of the top five Christmas shows of all time. Now remember that these are Christmas shows and not movies so while Miracle on 34th Street is a wonderful Christmas movie it will not make the list for Christmas television show favorites.

Charlie Brown Christmas

Nothing can be more warm and dear to your heart then young Charlie Brown rescuing the saddest looking little Christmas tree from the tree lot, taking it home and turning it into a beautiful Christmas tree with a little love and holiday decorations. This cartoon will remind you year after year what Christmas really should be.

How the Grinch Stole Christmas

No Christmas television show favorites list will ever be complete without How the Grinch Stole Christmas. While the newer movie version starring Jim Carey is a great movie the cartoon is an old favorite that will melt your heart. While the Who’s down in Whovile love Christmas shopping and decorating when they find that the Grinch has come down from the mountain top Christmas Eve night and stolen all of their presents, decorations and food they still find a way to celebrate the joy of the holiday.

The Little Drummer Boy

This Christmas television show was brought into our homes in 1968 and it was one of the very first shows to use 3D graphics. This Christmas show with is excellently mastered marionettes has been a family favorite for many years.

Frosty the Snowman

We welcomed this Christmas show into our homes in 1969 and who could deny the fact that Jimmy Durante did an amazing job of narrating this wonderful Christmas show. Frosty came alive and was loved by many of the course of the season but when warm weather came it took Frosty away. But each year he returns with his wonderful spirit and loving personality.

Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer

This cartoon is one of the oldest and most loved Christmas shows that hit the air in 1944. It tells the story of Rudolph’s life before joining Santa’s team and how he can to be part of the team that leads Santa through those foggy and snowy Christmas Eve nights. It is a classic that is loved by both young and old who look forward to see it several times over the holiday season.

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