‘Tis the season! Join us for holiday films this December! Some of our favorites are listed below!
A Christmas Carol
Charles Dickens’ classic story comes to life with Alastair Sim. Can the grouchy Scrooge change his ways before it’s too late?
An American Christmas Carol
Aaaay! The Fonz aka Henry Winkler takes a crack at the Scrooge-tale. Set during the Depression, a jaded businessman is given a chance to turn his life around when spirits warn him of his future.
Meet Me in St. Louis
It’s the perfect film for the whole family! Don’t miss Judy Garland sing the Christmas hit “Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas” as well as her standard “The Trolley Song.”
Robin and the 7 Hoods
Frank Sinatra and his Rat Pack friends join him for his last musical film. Gangsters fight for control of the city and don Santa suits!
Come to the Stable
Two nuns (Loretta Young, Celeste Holm) work to build a children's hospital in Bethlehem.
John Huston directs this epic adaption of timeless stories from the Old Testament, including Adam and Eve, Noah’s Ark, and Abraham.
Shirley Temple sings “The Good Ship Lollipop” in this heart-warming tale about an orphan set during Christmas.
Mr. Soft Touch
During the Christmas season, a gambler takes advantage of a caring social worker to hide from a pursuing mobster. Glenn Ford and Evelyn Keyes star in this film noir.
On Friday, December 17th, celebrate Christmas with a day of inspiration films centered around faith. These uplifting stories follow the devout as they seek God’s will.
A Very Shirley Christmas Eve
On Friday, December 24th, starting at 9am ET, warm your heart with America's sweetheart! Shirley Temple is back-to-back with some of her cutest films, including Heidi, Curly Top, The Little Princess, and the Christmasy Bright Eyes.
On December 25th, don't miss a variety of Christmas themed films, including Santa Claus Conquers the Martians at 11:15am ET, Robin and the Seven Hoods at 2:50pm ET (Frank Sinatra dressed as Santa!), Meet Me in St. Louis (featuring Judy Garland singing "Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas") at 5:30pm ET, and A Christmas Carol at 8pm ET!
Dance in the New Year
Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers help us celebrate the old and welcome the new on December 31st with toe-tapping songs and great dance numbers!