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Talking about Holiday Movies with Kojo

posted by Nell Minow

Thanks so much to Kojo Nnamdi for having me on his WAMU show with film historian Murray Horwitz to talk about sharing our favorite holiday movies with the family. And thanks to the great callers and emailers for some wonderful suggestions!



  • Alicia

    Nothing to say here today, except Happy Holidays, Nell! And Merry Christmas!

  • http://blog.beliefnet.com/moviemom Nell Minow

    Thanks, Alicia! I am so grateful to you for your wonderful comments and hope you have a very merry Christmas and a happy and healthy new year.

  • Bobbi

    I loved the show. GREAT job. Two must holiday films in our home are “White Christmas” and “Little Women”. We also love “Holiday Inn” and “It’s a Wonderful Life”.
    Happy Holidays and Happy New Year. Love to all.
    XOXOXO

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