has got to be White Christmas. My family watches it every year. Bing Crosby, Danny Kaye, Rosemary Clooney and Vera-Ellen. It was made in 1954, so you have to wonder how many of the soldiers had actually been soldiers in WWII. I also wonder how much of the cultural differences on the screen are movie-reality or actual reality. My parents have said that quite a few things are actual reality. Like drinking coffee with dinner, wearing nothing but tailored or fitted clothing, a full train schedule that could get you from Florida to Vermont in a day leaving the same night. Great songs by Irving Berlin throughout. "Sisters", "We'll Follow the Old Man", "Choreography", and of course "White Christmas". Anyways, post your favorite Christmas movie and why you like it. I think White Christmas is a great trip through another time and place. Great music, costumes, actors. It's just a fun movie. Enjoy!