Teacher says, every time a bell rings, an angel gets his wings
(PRWEB) December 21, 2006
Many holiday favorites made the list this year, including the emotional reunion between Kevin and his mom at the end of Home Alone, and everyone's favorite line from A Christmas Story - "You'll shoot your eye out, kid." Check out the free highlights reel at http://video.aol.com/christmas to watch each of these classic holiday video moments.
The 5 Warmest Christmas Movie Moments
1) It's a Wonderful Life: "Teacher says, every time a bell rings, an angel gets his wings"
2) Home Alone: Kevin and his mom reunite on Christmas Day
3) Miracle on 34th Street: Department store Santa Kris Kringle is recognized as Santa Claus
4) A Christmas Carol: Tiny Tim says, "God bless us, everyone"
5) The Santa Clause: Charlie and his family believe in Santa Claus
The 5 Most Disastrous Christmas Video Moments
1) A Christmas Story: "You'll shoot your eye out, kid."
2) A Charlie Brown Christmas: Charlie Brown brings a bad Christmas tree to the pageant
3) The Nightmare Before Christmas: Santa delivers scary toys
4) How the Grinch Stole Christmas: The Grinch steals all the presents from Whoville
5) National Lampoon's Christmas Vacation: Clark accidentally electrifies the family cat
AOL(R) Video (http://video.aol.com) features full-length versions of all of the above movies in pay-to-download format. Other holiday movies available on AOL Video include Jack Frost, Christmas With the Kranks, Eight Crazy Nights and White Christmas. For children, check out the free holiday cartoon specials at AOL Video, including Bugs Bunny's Looney Christmas Tales and A Flintstone Christmas Carol.
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