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Great Christmas Movies


When people talk about Christmas movies today, they often list “Die Hard,” “Nightmare Before Christmas,” and “Bad Santa.” Bah, humbug! A great Christmas movie, with lovable and memorable characters, should evoke the Spirit of Christmas: generosity, joy, and often, nostalgia. Join me to watch and then discuss three great Christmas movies: Katherine Hepburn’s “Little Women,” Truman Capote’s “A Christmas Memory,” and Judy Garland's “Meet Me in St. Louis.”

Instructor Biography

Lynda Tisdell saw "Peter Pan" at the age of six and has never forgotten it. Passionate about movies, she has studied them, endlessly discussed them, and dreamed about them. She has previously taught Great Movies courses of “Classics, “Oscar Winners,” “Feel-Good Movies,” and the themes of “Politics,” “Children and Their Families,” “Romances,” “Musicals,” and “Great Movie Biographies.”

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