Do you prefer Traditional or Modern Christmas music? Now, I suppose we should define that by traditional, I mean everything from the Mormon Tabernacle Choir to Bing Crosby. And by modern, I mean everything from Mannheim Steamroller to Brittany Spears.
I almost bet I know what the answer is going to be, but we have many international visitors to this site and I am anxious to hear their thoughts as well.
Here is a rarely remembered cartoon. In 1979, NBC broadcasted an animated Little Rascals cartoon during the Christmas season. I only saw it once and never knew if anyone remembered it. But, I've found it.
It's hardly a "classic", but it's funny enough that I thought I would put it up anyways. Here's a promo for it
MGM pictures have always been a bit saccharine. It was Louis B. Mayer's intention to make "feel good" movies for the public to take them away from the problems in the everyday world. Their 1938 production of Charles Dickens' "A Christmas Carol" is no different. Starring Sir Reginald Owen and Gene Lockhart, this film is a sort of compact, Christmas card version of the famed story. But, it is fun to watch and has plenty of Christmas spirit.
Here is an MGM promo featuring Lionel Barrymore for your viewing pleasure.