Would you watch Christmas TV DVDs all year around or seasonal times?

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  1. Tom_mkfty

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    My limit is between Halloween and Christmas day.
     
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    I watch only Christmas movies and Christmas tv shows from the day after Thanksgiving til Christmas Day. Of course, I also only watch Halloween movies/tv shows on or near Halloween, only watch Groundhog Day on Groundhog Day, Planes Trains & Automobiles on or just before Thanksgiving, etc., etc.
     
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    My daughter watches Mickey Mouse "Twice Upon a Christmas" year round, but then she's 2-1/2 years old too.

    I will pretty much watch any movie at any time of the year, except Christmas Vacation. That is a definite Christmas time only movie for me.
     
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    I watch them when I get to them in the set. Brady Bunch came out in March, so I watched the Christmas episode then. Last Christmas Eve, I watched every Christmas episode I own, but I didn't skip over them before then.
     
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    me too, I've watched Xmas episodes outside of Nov/Dec if I'm watching a series on DVD. I'm not like Nick At Nite and will filter out the Halloween and Xmas episodes of shows.
     
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    We will watch them anytime if we are in the mood to. Otherwise only during the holidays. Always watch them when we get them.
     
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    I watch Christmas DVDs (and listen to Christmas music) only from the day or so after Thanksgiving until sometime during Christmas week. I'm usually not in a very Christmasy mood until then, and they all seem a little stale after New Year's Day.
     
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    Sometimes I'll do a Christmas in July thing for a week or so, but mostly I confine my holiday tunes to the period between All Saints Day/When The Halloween Decorations Come Down/When The Christmas Decorations Go Up/November 1 and the Epiphany/12th Day of Christmas/When The Tree Comes Down/January 6. [​IMG]

    DVDs (both TV & Film), on the other hand, don't usually get watched until the 2 weeks before Christmas, with usually a big marathon of Christmas TV episodes in the fews day before December 25th.
     
  9. Tom_mkfty

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    Of course I will play summer movies all year around. Even Christmas day.

    I also try to buy spring or summer time gifts,
    to give at Christmas time.
     
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    Unless it's a part of the run of episodes I'm watching in marathon form, I don't watch outside of November/December.
     
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    If I'm watching a season set episode by episode, I will watch Christmas episodes as part of the season. I don't go out of my way to watch one. I've never tried the Christmas episode marathon thing though. Good idea. As for Christmas music/movies, they don't get watched until late November up until Christmas day.
     

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