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One of the favorite activities for seniors and families at Christmas time is to watch classic movies with holiday themes. Film experts have a recommended list for seniors to help recapture the festive fun of the holiday season.

Interestingly, the list spotlights classic movies produced in two basic time frames, exposing a two-decade gap where Hollywood stopped making top-rated holiday movies. 

  • Meet Me in St. Louis (1942)
  • Christmas in Connecticut (1945)
  • It’s A Wonderful Life (1946)
  • Miracle on 34th Street (1947)
  • White Christmas (1954)

Following a distinct gap in the 1960s and 1970s, these newer classics debuted:

  • A Christmas Story (1983)
  • Home Alone (1990)
  • Elf (2003)
  • Love Actually (2003)

Because the holidays and wintertime can be difficult for those who feel isolated and lonely, getting together to watch these movies will be a great way to rekindle the holiday spirit and further solidify family ties.

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