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Looking for a Holiday Movie?

Here's a fun list of holiday movie favorites. Do you have a favorite movie around this time of the year? Add it to our list of holiday selections.

One of the neat things about holiday flicks is that most of them are family friendly. So, whether you're looking for a laugh or a feel-good classic, look no further than this East Lake Patch list:

"A Charlie Brown Christmas," directed by Bill Melendez (not rated)

"A Christmas Story," directed by Bob Clark (PG

"Christmas Vacation," directed by Jeremiah Chechik (PG-13)

"Eight Crazy Nights," directed by Seth Kearsley (PG-13)

"Elf," directed by Jon Favreau (PG)

"Home Alone," directed by Chris Columbus (PG)

"How the Grinch Stole Christmas," directed by Ron Howard (PG)

"It's a Wonderful Life," directed by Frank Capra (not rated)

"Jingle All the Way," directed by Brian Levant (PG)

"Lights: The Miracle of Chanukah," directed by Gesher Foundation (G)

"Miracle on 34th Street," directed by George Seaton circa 1947 (G)

"Miracle on 34th Street," directed by Les Mayfield circa 1994 (PG)

"Scrooged," directed by Richard Donner (PG-13)

"Shalom Sesame: Chanukah Special," directed by Sesame Workshop (G)

"The Black Candle," directed by M.K. Asante (not rated)

"The Muppet Christmas Carol," directed by Brian Henson (G)

"The Santa Clause," directed by John Pasquin, Bill Elvin (PG)

"White Christmas," directed by Michael Curtiz (not rated)

Locally, a number of these holiday classics can be rented through Redbox or Blockbuster Express. For East Lake Redbox locations, click here. For a list of local Blockbuster express stations, click here

Do you have a favorite holiday movie? Add it in the comments section below!

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Nancy December 18, 2012 at 08:19 PM
Let us not forget Christmas With the Kranks, Surviving Christmas, and Deck the Halls! Check your local libraries too!

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