CHRISTMAS MOVIES FROM THE 1920S AND 30S.
By the late 1920s, Christmas movies were getting a little more festive.
The popularity of “The Merry-Go-Round” (1924) and “The Phantom of the Opera” (1920) brought Christmas to the masses.
But Christmas movies did not just end in the 1920s.
The 1920 film “A Christmas Story” (directed by Jules Verne and based on a play by Herman Melville) has long been the holiday movie classic of the last quarter of the 20th century.
Here are some of the best Christmas movies from the 1920’s and 30’s: Christmas Movie Stars A Christmas Carol (1928) The story of the family’s holiday party in New York City.
Christmas Story is a classic story of love, family, and the love of family, with a touch of comedy to match.
Christmas Carols (1930) This classic Christmas classic starred Robert Mitchum as the title character, and is considered by many to be the greatest Christmas film ever made.
It is also known for being the first Christmas movie in which a man is able to speak his mind in a manner that could be heard over the city streets.
A Christmas Story in Germany The story is told in German, with the English subtitles and English subtitles for subtitles.
This is an excellent Christmas movie for any German family.
The Christmas Story Christmas (1933) An American adaptation of the Christmas story.
It was also a hit in Germany and was a commercial success.
The story involves a boy who must get his father to give him a new toy.
A boy who has lost his father and his mother in the Great War (1917) This is the story of a young boy whose father is a war hero.
The young boy finds himself fighting for his country in World War I. Christmas Truce (1937) An epic war movie about a Christmas truce that takes place in the middle of a frozen wasteland.
It has won the hearts of both adults and children.
It also has the distinction of being the only film ever to have been rated “M” by the Motion Picture Association of America.
It tells the story about a boy and his uncle who are trying to get back to their hometown in Michigan.
Christmas in the Jungle (1938) A movie about an orphan who has to leave his village in a remote country to make a life for himself in the jungle.
He is pursued by two ferocious beasts, but the only way out is to run.
A little boy and a girl who are kidnapped by two wolves must run from the wolves to escape the evil beasts.
A Tale of Two Cities Christmas (1963) A comedy film about the plight of a German shepherd who lives in the city of Hamburg, Germany, and tries to raise his young flock.
The film has been nominated for many Oscars, including best picture and best picture, director, and actress.
It stars Julia Roberts, Peter Sellers, and Barbara Stanwyck.
Christmas Stories (1958) This comedy-drama, based on an unpublished novel by Mary Beard, tells the tale of a father who, after his wife has died, marries a girl.
He becomes the father of two children, ages seven and five.
Christmas Eve, the Day of Lights (1962) An animated film from Walt Disney Pictures, based upon the novel by Margaret Mead.
A young boy, an orphan, and his family go to a Christmas Eve party at their local church, which turns out to be a hoax.
The two friends, a man and a woman, who attend the party are kidnapped.
They flee to a remote village where they meet the girl’s father and the woman’s mother.
A Little Christmas (1960) An old-fashioned tale about the family Christmas party.
This film was a hit, and was adapted into the 1962 film.
Christmas Vacation (1964) This Christmas classic tells the stories of three holiday-loving siblings who go to their grandparents’ Christmas party at the house of their Uncle Henry and Aunt Harriet.
The family gets lost, but they discover they have returned to their home in Minnesota.
The brothers and sisters find a large and beautiful tree and a magical ring in the snow.
They return to their house to find the tree gone, and Aunt Helen’s husband, who is a lumberjack, has disappeared.
Christmas with a Twist (1965) A spoof of the “Merry-Go.
Round” story with the brothers and sister finding a new Christmas tree, as well as the brothers’ aunt and Uncle Henry.
Christmas Without A Santa Claus (1965-1969) A holiday story with Santa Claus, and Santa Claus’s assistant, in the story.
This was the last film in the original “Mingle Mater” series.
It had no box office or critical acclaim.
Christmas at the Museum (1967) An adaptation of a Christmas classic by Alfred Hitchcock.
It follows a group of children on their way to the amusement park in the summertime, as they