Calling all kids from 1 to 92!
Nat King Cole said it best, you're never too old for Christmas. When the holidays come around, there's a tons of films playing on TV. Which ones are you watching? Are you enjoying the romantic classics or are you having fun with the comedies? Tell us your favorite holiday films and we'll guess how old you are!
The world's first Christmas movie is considered to be the 1898 film Santa Claus. Clearly in black and white, holiday classics have grown tremendously since then! One of the more classic holiday films is It's a Wonderful Life starring James Stewart and Donna Reed. Everyone loved the story of Ralphie Parker in the 1983 classic A Christmas Story. The Christmas films continued into the 1990s with the popular John Hughes series of Home Alone. Out of all these films, which ones were you watching?
If you're in your teens, films like The Night Before and Krampus might be on queue on your On Demand. The '90s babies in their 20s aren't giving up Jim Carrey in How the Grinch Stole Christmas or Will Ferrell in Elf.
Those in their 30s and 40s are repeatedly watching Home Alone and The Santa Clause while the sweet 60s are watching Miracle on 34th Street.
Do these films sound familiar? Which one of them are you watching during the holiday season! Let us know which movies are lining your Christmas marathon and we'll guess just how old you are!
Happy quizzing! Or should we say, "Merry Christmas, ya filthy animal!"
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