Animated Christmas Films

MERRRRYYYYY CHRISTMAS!!!!

Okay, well, it’s not quite Christmas yet, but it is Blogmas!! Did I just say Blogmas…do you know what Blogmas means?! That means a post EVERYDAY for the month of December! It’s been months since I’ve posted everyday and this month I plan to have a Christmas fun filled month! Are you ready for all the Christmasy posts?! Do let me know in the comment section below!

What better way to start off Blogmas than to mention some great animated Christmas films. Yes, I’m focusing on animated films ONLY for this blog post.

  1. Arthur Christmas
  2. A Charlie Brown Christmas
  3. A Christmas Carol
  4. Frosty the Snow Man
  5. Merry Madagascar 
  6. The Polar Express
  7. Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer 
  8. Frosty Returns
  9. Caspers Haunted Christmas
  10. Prep & Landing
  11. A Miser Brothers’ Christmas
  12. Jack Frost
  13. A Garfield Christmas

These films are in no particular order, but I will say that Arthur Christmas is by far my favorite of the listed above! Now, grab a cup of hot chocolate, a blanket and sit back and watch one of the Christmas films I’ve mentioned. 

 

What is your favorite film of the ones listed above?! 


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67 thoughts on “Animated Christmas Films

  1. Jack frost and the polar express are my favourite Christmas movies!!! Can’t watch them without sharing a tear (well I cry like crazy when I watch jack frost … too emotional for me). Need to watch them asap now xx

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  2. Ahhh love this! There is something about christmas movies especially the animate does that give me the warm and fuzzies! Not sure if this counts (it is only an hour) but I love Santa Claus is coming to Town. Such a classic 🙂 ❤

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  3. Out of this list, Arthur’s Christmas is my favourite, although I skip the first few minutes of it as I hate all the doubt Gwen casts about the authenticity of Santa. I really disliked Polar Express. I really like Annabelle’s Wish and Caillou Holday Movie, which is too old for my son, but still lovely nonetheless.

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