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Find great deals on eBay for 1960'S Christmas in Miscellaneous Christmas Collectibles from 1946-1990. Shop with confidence. 80s Christmas Movies& Specials A comprehensive list of 50 feature films, made-for-TV movies, and specials released in the '80s that center around Christmas. (Sorry Die Hard and Gremlins fans, films set at Christmas time don't count.

) Peanuts filmography Jump to. A Christmas Miracle: The Making of" A Charlie Brown Christmas". All 1960s/1970s specials are included in these collections except. In this charming live holiday TV special Judy is joined by her children, Liza Minnelli and Lorna and Joey Luft, and guest stars Jack Jones and Mel Torme. Judy Garland Christmas Special (1963. [s6e12]Harry's father and Blanche's brother, Roger, are both planning to visit the St.

Moritz. After a dispute, the Mortons' reservation is canceled and Grac. Christmas specials, episodes, and movies released between 1960 and 1969. List of United States Christmas television specials.

Babes in Toyland (1960) Babes in Toyland (1986/NBC) The Balloonatiks: Christmas Without a Claus (1996) B. C. : Dec 9, 2009. If you lived in the 1950s, 60s, 70s or even the 80s – chances are you. some of the choicest, cheesiest and unabashedly Christmas specials.

Find helpful customer reviews and review ratings for Bing Crosby: The Television Specials Volume 2- The Christmas Specials at. which began in the 1960s when he. In the previous installment of Mom On Pop, Mom and I reviewed two all-new Christmas specials, but this time, we’re taking a fresh look at the classics.

For this extended edition of the podcast, we re-watched four classics that return to TV every December: A Charlie Brown Christmas, Frosty The Snowman, Dr. Seuss’ How The Grinch Stole Christmas!and Rudolph The Red-Nosed Reindeer. Here’s how to watch classic Christmas movies and TV specials for free. Our Picks. Popular. Sections. name in holiday entertainment. Throughout the 1960s and 1970s, they produced a string of. List of United States Christmas television specials.

Babes in Toyland (1960) Babes in Toyland (1986/NBC) The Balloonatiks: Christmas Without a Claus (1996) B. C. : From The Christmas Morning Service to Christmas Night With The Stars, take a look at what TV specials were on during the 1960s in our ByGone Christmases series.

18 Vintage Photos That Will Make You Nostalgic For Christmases Past. Watching the Christmas special that you've been looking forward to for weeks just before bed. 80s Christmas Movies& Specials A comprehensive list of 50 feature films, made-for-TV 1960s christmas specials, and specials released in the '80s that center around Christmas. (Sorry Die Hard and Gremlins fans, films set at Christmas time don't count.

) The limp Christmas tree was unforgettable; Lucy's conniving was even better; Snoopy's odd whine and irresistable charm was perfect; Like most of the Charlie Brown specials, there are strange subplots, outstanding characters, and that classically jazzy soundtrack with its affable melody runs through one's head for hours, or days after a viewing.

[s6e12]Harry's father and Blanche's brother, Roger, are both planning to visit the St. Moritz. After a dispute, the Mortons' reservation is canceled and Grac. Dec 9, 2009. Christmas Specials From the Past – Queue the Cheesiness. In the 1960s and early-1970s, Andy Williams' smooth voice––and often his family. That’s why I like these Christmas commercials from the 1950s and 1960s so much.

There’s something undeniably wonderful – nay, EGGNOG’y – about watching Santa carry around a carton of. Televised Christmas specials are as integral to the celebration of the season as trees, ornaments, and presents; and yet the Christmas special as we know it didn’t become a TV staple until the 1960s, when many of the genre’s perennial favorites were originally produced.

Televised Christmas specials are as integral to the celebration of the season as trees, ornaments, and presents; and yet the Christmas special as we know it didn’t become a TV staple until the. In the Mom On Pop podcast, Bonney Teti—mother of A. V. Club senior editor John Teti—shares her unfiltered thoughts on the pop culture of the day. The 1970s and '80s were a golden era for classic holiday TV shows: a prime-time hour or two of Christmas cheer decked out with singing, dancing and some very special guest appearances.

Relive a. Christmas specials, episodes, and movies released between 1960 and 1969. I’m sure most people have their favorite Christmas specials, but did you know that most of the five best were made in the 1960s, and all of the worst of the lot weren’t?

Did you also know that three of the top five were based on songs, the fourth on a book and the fifth on one of the greatest. OBSCURE 1960s 1960s christmas specials TV CHRISTMAS EPISODES by Billy Ingram. Here's a sentimental episode of Lassie - 'The Christmas Tree - that aired on Christmas Day in 1960. This is one of the more memorable of the second Lassie run (1957-1964) when the collie was living on a farm with his pal Timmie and his family.

In the past, we've asked you what shows you would opt to watch in a certain year. To celebrate Christmas, we're looking back at the golden era of the holiday special — the 1960s and 1970s.