The Reel Sh!t

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The Reel Sh!t List: Christmas movies that put a song in our heart

Among the great things about the movies of the 1930’s, ’40s, and ’50s are the performances by the multitalented actors. They sang. They danced. They gave us great songs.

Today’s Reel Sh!t List offers our readers a look at a few of our favorite Christmas movies that produced lasting holiday music:

1. Babes in Toyland (1934). Virginia Karns sings “Toyland.”

2. Bright Eyes (1934). That adorable Shirley Temple sings “Good Ship Lollipop.”

3. Meet Me in St. Louis (1944). Judy Garland delights with Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas.”

Bing Crosby gives us plenty to sing about in Holiday Inn, (1942; “Happy Holidays”) and White Christmas (1954; do we have to tell you?)

May your days be merry and bright.

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