A Listing of Over Twenty Vintage Christmas Holiday Movies -- Most Free Online
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Basil Rathbone (Sherlock Holmes Star) - Shower of Stars - A Christmas Carol
Holiday Classics: A Tale of Two Christmases / The Answer
"CHRISTMAS EVE" (1947)
The King of Kings (Silent Movie) (1927)
Jesus of Nazareth (Silent Movie) (1916)
Holiday Classics: Joe Santa Claus / The Orphan's Christmas
A CHRISTMAS CAROL 1910
DW GRIFFITH A TRAP FOR SANTA SIELNT FILM 1909
"The Life and Passion of Jesus Christ" - 1903
Beyond Tomorrow (1940)
The Great Rupert (1950) (Also Known As "A Christmas Wish")
-- Jimmy Durante and a stop-motion squirrel.
The Shop Around The Corner (1940)
-- With Jimmy Stewart.
1908 Edison The Night Before Christmas
Bush Christmas (1947) Only partial.
A CHRISTMAS CAROL (1910)
A CHRISTMAS ACCIDENT SILENT FILM EDISON
The Adventure of the Wrong Santa Claus (1914) [Silent] Edison
Miracle of the Bells (1948)
Good Cheer -Merry Christmas 1926
The Miracle on 34th Street -- This is the TV movie version from 1955.
Holiday Classics: The Blessed Midnight / The Gift
Bells of St Mary's
The Cheaters (1945)
Info on The Cheaters (1945)
Ladislaw Starewicz - The insects' christmas 1913
The Holly and the Ivy (1952)
Old Classic Christmas Movies: "A Merry Christmas To All" 1926
Christmas in Connecticut (1945)
-- This one was taken off but since many might know about it, here is a trailer.
A Little Girl Who Did Not Believe in Santa Claus (1907)
Remember the Night 1940
"Scrooge, or Marley's Ghost" (1901) FIRST FILM ADAPTATION
A CHRISTMAS CAROL - 1923 and OLD SCROOGE - 1926
Vintage Radio Only
CAMPBELL PLAYHOUSE - A Christmas Carol - 1938
Christmas Carol 1939 Radio Play with Lionel Barrymore & Orson Welles
LUX RADIO THEATER -- "IT'S A WONDERFUL LIFE" (3-10-47)
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Info on "Last Holiday" (original 1950 British classic) w. Alec Guiness
"Last Holiday" (original 1950 British classic) w. Alec Guiness
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