How to Find Original Christmas Classic Videos

by katiem2

Christmas wouldn't be the same with all those old kids movies and classics for the family to gather round and enjoy. Keep Christmas traditions alive and well with these classics.

Looking for the Christmas or holiday classic television specials you enjoyed as a kid? Look no more, we have all the classics here in one place. Buy such holiday favorites as Rudolph, Frosty, Peanuts and The Grinch. These collections make great gifts adding the element of tradition to that special holiday. These Christmas family favorites make the perfect gift for the new family with young children or simply a couple who may not yet have added these treasures to their video library.

Classic Christmas Movies on DVD

Christmas is about many fond memories and just wouldn't be the same without the old movie and animated classics.

We watch them over and over every year and yet if we don't something is missing. Sharing the tradition of Christmas movies and animated specials are a gift that will become a part of the next generations special traditions. 

There are those holiday items no home should be without, these top that list for Christmas traditions. 

The best way to buy traditional Christmas candy is to know both a bit of the history behind the candy, where to get the best and get a great deal. Follow along as we cover both.

The Television Classics

The List of Children's Favorite Christmas Classics

The Classics 

Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer

Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer is a children's favorite. This beloved tale of Rudolph came out in 1964 and has been a favorite since. Time Burton remade Rudolph in the 90's with Burl Ives as narrator. He's Sam the snowman who shares the story of Rudolph overcoming rejection and hardship to follow his dream.  This is a great message for any child and a program they will love.

Santa Claus is Coming to Town

This Christmas animation came out in the 70's relating a time and place in which children did not have what kids today have making them thankful and feel empathy for others. This classic is narrated by Fred Astaire.

Frosty the Snowman

Frosty the Snowman is a animated story about magic and make believe bringing imaginations to life and flooded with the magic of Christmas.  Frosty the snow man comes to life and the kids become careful caretakers to this magical snow man as weather threatens to melt him. This is another great movie for kids instilling good values. 

Frosty Returns

The beloved Frosty was so adored by children a sequel seemed only natural  The original Frosty has basically nothing much in common with the first Frosty.  In this story Frosty doesn't need a magic hat to come to life. The invention of a spray that removes snow has Frosty worried so he sets out to stop the inventor.  This Frosty was made in the 90's with advanced animation as compared to the first Frosty.

More Favorite Classics

In addition to these television classics the peanuts and how the Grinch Stole Christmas are must haves to add to your holiday video collection,

# 1 Best Selling Christmas Classic's

Peanuts Holiday Collection Deluxe Edition

How the Grinch Stole Christmas

The best Christmas gifts come with thought, planning and most of all early shopping. Get the best gifts for the ones you love now and relax when the holidays rolls around.
Updated: 12/05/2016, katiem2
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katiem2 on 07/25/2012

I agree with you, these treasure should be in everyone's holiday library.

Karen on 07/25/2012

Great classics everyone should have these in their video library

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