Eight Days of Christmas, Day 7: Make It a Marathon: 24 Hours of Christmas Flicks

Happy Christmas Eve to all who are celebrating! For the seventh day of Christmas, TMP brings to you… a marathon of holiday views! Here are nearly 24 hours worth of Christmas flicks to enjoy. As always, a reminder: TMP does not recommend actually gluing yourself to a couch for 24 full hours. But, it’s always fun to see what a full-day movie playlist could include.

(Image via movieposterdb.com)
(Image via movieposterdb.com)
Beyond Tomorrow, aka Beyond Christmas (1940) – 84 minutes

The Bishop’s Wife (1947) – 109 minutes

A Charlie Brown Christmas (1965) – 25 minutes

(Screen capture by TMP)
(Screen capture by TMP)
Christmas in Connecticut (1945) – 102 minutes

Christmas Vacation (1989) – 97 minutes

A Christmas Wish, aka The Great Rupert (1950) – 94 minutes

(Screen captures by Lindsey for TMP)
(Screen captures by Lindsey for TMP)
Holiday Affair (1949) – 87 minutes

It Happened on 5th Avenue (1947) – 116 minutes

It’s a Wonderful Life (1946) – 130 minutes

Just Friends (2005) – 96 minutes

(Image via Mid-Atlantic Nostalgia Convention)
(Image via Mid-Atlantic Nostalgia Convention)
Meet Me In St. Louis (1944) – 113 minutes

Miracle on 34th Street (1947) – 96 minutes

The Nightmare Before Christmas (1993) – 76 minutes

(Image via A Movie Scrapbook)
(Image via A Movie Scrapbook)
Remember the Night (1940) – 94 minutes

Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer (1964) – 47 minutes

Santa Claus is Comin’ to Town (1970) – 48 minutes

Total time: 1,407 minutes (23.45 hours!)

Leaving 33 minutes for naps, snacks, potty breaks, and eggnog.

2 thoughts on “Eight Days of Christmas, Day 7: Make It a Marathon: 24 Hours of Christmas Flicks

  1. I think you mean, leaving 33 minutes for snacks! Holiday Affair has always been one of my unsung Christmas favorites; I may have to buy it, because I haven’t found it on TV in years! Merry Christmas, Lindsey!


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