Top 10 animated Christmas movies

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Top 10 animated Christmas movies

Grab your egg nog and let’s count ’em down!

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The Polar Express

Based on the classic children’s book, “The Polar Express” features somewhat off-putting 3-D animation, and Tom Hanks’ voice is a little grating after awhile, but it’s still a Christmas wonder.

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The Year Without A Santa Claus

When Santa has to take a break, elves Jingle and Jangle travel the world, searching for people who believe in Santa … until their reindeer Vixen gets mistaken for a dog and taken to the pound. Then, of course, there’s the fight between Heat Miser (at left) and Snow Miser. Which rocks.

(Warner Bros.)

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The Nightmare Before Christmas

Tim Burton’s somewhat creepy yet incredible film sees the residents of “Halloween Town” collide with “Christmas Town.”

(Touchstone Pictures)

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The Snowman

This sweet animated movie is only 26 minutes long, but it’s pure magic. The story of a snowman come to life and a little boy is based on the book of the same name.

(TVC London)

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Mickey’s Christmas Carol

The greatest animated version of the Charles Dickens holiday story stars Mickey Mouse as Bob Crachit and Scrooge McDuck as Ebeneezer Scrooge.

(Walt Disney Studios Home Entertainment)

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Frosty the Snowman

This magical Christmas film brings the popular song to life, and throws in an evil magician for good measure.

(Classic Media)

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A Charlie Brown Christmas

The Peanuts gang provides the cutest Christmas ever, complete with pathetic little tree.

(Warner Home Video)

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Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer

Poor Rudolph has a glowing red nose. His pal Herbie the elf wants to be a dentist. The two outcasts visit the Island of Misfit Toys in this claymation classic.

(Classic Media)

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How the Grinch Stole Christmas

The Christmas movie to end all Christmas movies is a Dr. Suess wonder. The furry green Grinch attempts to put a stop to holiday merriment, creeping into Whoville to ruin Christmas. The modern Jim Carrey live action version also deserves a watch.

(Warner Home Video)

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