Black and White Christmas Movies

Its almost that time again to start watching our favorite Black and White Christmas Movies. Mid November is when our family starts watching one Christmas Movie per day because we have such a huge collection. Sometimes we may watch more than one so that we get to see them all before my favorite day of the year Christmas! Below are my recommendations for Black and White Christmas Movies. Please contact me and let me know if there are any you like that is not on the list so I can add them.


Here is the list of our favorite Black and White Christmas Movies:


Black and White Christmas MoviesMiracle On 34th Street kicks it off with the NYC Thanksgiving holiday parade when the real Santa discovers that the actor playing Santa in the parade appears to be intoxicated. Kris Kringle is so upset that goes to the parades director Doris Walker and offers to be the holiday parades Santa Claus. Kris goes on to become a great poster boy as Santa and gets offered a job at Macy’s. Soon he finds himself in a mental institution because no one wants to believe that he is the real “Santa Claus”. The movie ends with everyone finding out that Kris Kringle is really who he claims to be. This black and white Christmas movie is will truly be a family favorite for years to come. If you don’t have this be sure to grab yours here.







Its a Wonderful Life in Black and White Its A Wonderful Life is another family favorite starring James Stewart. George Bailey has dedicated his life to working in the family business Bailey Building and Loan to prevent Mr. Potter an evil businessman from owning most of the town of Bedford Falls. On Christmas Eve his uncle looses $8000.00 dollars which he intended to deposit at the towns bank. Mr. Potter sees George’s uncle leave the money on the counter and while he attempts to go after him, he then pauses and thinks of how he can use this situation to benefit his cause. When George finds out that his uncle lost the all of the money the business has, he begins to worry as the bank examiner is scheduled to review the companies records later that day. George also realizes that when the bank examiner finds out about the misappropriated funds he will be held responsible and could be sent to jail. Even though this movie is part love story and drama it has a very happy ending. This is amazing film is definitely my families favorite and first choice. For more information check it out here!





A Christmas Carol 1951 Black And White A Christmas Carol 1951 starring Alastair Sim is about a man named Ebenezer Scrooge who is a miserable skinflint who is only out for himself. Mr. Scrooge hates Christmas and all things which give people joy. He soon is visited by the ghost of a former business partner named Jacob Marley. Jacob tells Scrooge that soon he will be visited by three ghosts Ghost of Christmas Past, Ghost of Christmas Present, and Ghost of Christmas Yet To Come. Scrooge believes that Jacob is a figment of his imagination but soon finds out he is mistaken. In the end Scrooge does a complete 360 and changes for the better. If you haven’t seen this Classic Christmas Movie be sure to check it out here!







The Bells of St Marys Dvd in Black and White The Bells of St. Mary’s is a nice film produced in 1945 which stars Bing Crosby and Ingrid Bergman. This story is about a priest who’s name is Father O’Malley who with the help of Sister Benedict are able to save a financially burdened parochial school St. Mary’s Academy. Check out pricing and more information on Amazon.Com!









Christmas in Connecticut in Black and White

Christmas In Connecticut stars Barbara Stanwyck, Dennis Morgan, and Sydney Greenstreet. Its about a famous Journalist named Elizabeth Lane who is one of the nations top food writers. Check out pricing and reviews on Amazon.Com








Holiday Inn Dvd Black and White

Holiday Inn is a 1942 Christmas classic starring Bing Crosby and Fred Estaire. This film is both in black and white as well as color. Add this favorite to your movie collection today. Check out reviews and prices on Amazon.Com









March Of The Wooden Soldiers On Dvd in Black and White March Of The Wooden Soldiers starring Laurel & Hardy is a musical Christmas film released in 1934. This dvd contains the original picture in black and white as well as color. For more information click here










Lemon Drop Kid Dvd

The Lemon Drop Kid starring Bob Hope as Sidney Melbourne. Hopes character Sidney plays a con man who gets into trouble with the mob and has until Christmas to pay or else! Check it out









Beyond Christmas Dvd - IN COLOR! Also Includes the Restored Black-and-White Version! (1940)Beyond Christmas starring Harry Carey, Charles Winninger, and Aubrey Smith. This movie is about three affluent businessmen who invite three strangers to dinner with them on Christmas Eve but only two of them attend. Later James and Jean who met at the dinner fall in love and become friends with the business men. The three men are then later killed in a plane crash and return to their home as ghosts. Jean and James love starts falling apart later in the movie. Can the three ghosts help keep them together? Get yours here and find out!








Holiday Affair Dvdin Black and White

Holiday Affair is a 1949 movie starring Robert Mitchum, Janet Leigh, Wendell Carey, and Harry Morgan. This is a great love story that takes place during Christmas where a widow and store clerk fall in love with each other. Check it out at Amazon.Com









The Miracle Of Bells Black And White Movie The Miracle Of The Bells is a 1948 film which stars Frank Sinatra, Lee J. Cobb, Fred MacMurray, and Alida Valli. Check it out here










Hope you enjoyed the black and white Christmas movie list. Please don’t hesitate to comment or contact me if I forgot any. I look forward to hearing from you.





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