Post-war classic voted Britain’s favourite festive film




It’s A Nice Life has been topped the nation’s favourite Christmas film in a model new poll.

The 1946 primary starring James Stewart and Donna Reed topped the RadioTimes.com poll of seven,000 of us narrowly beating Will Ferrell’s Elf.

The post-war film tells the story of George Bailey, an individual who has devoted his life to serving to others and is confirmed the value of his private life by a guardian angel, to stop him killing himself.

It was nominated for five Oscars and has develop right into a seasonal staple world huge.

In second place throughout the poll received right here Elf, adopted by The Muppets’ Christmas Carol.

Controversially, Harry Potter and the Thinker’s Stone made it into the best 20, whatever the assortment that features Christmas in every film, fairly than being Christmas films.

The Excessive 20:

1. It’s A Nice Life (1946)

2. Elf (2003)

three. The Muppet Christmas Carol (1992)

4. Love Actually (2003)

5. Home Alone (1990)

6. Die Arduous (1988)

7. Nationwide Lampoon’s Christmas Journey (1989)

eight. The Polar Particular (2004)

9. White Christmas (1954)

10. Scrooge (1951)

11. A Christmas Carol (1984)

12. The Snowman (1982)

13. Miracle on 34th Avenue (1994)

14. Santa Claus: The Movie (1985)

15. The Trip (2006)

16. Home Alone 2: Misplaced in New York (1992)

17. The Grinch (2000)

18. Scrooged (1988)

19. Nativity! (2009)

20. Harry Potter and the Thinker’s Stone (2001)

The Radio Cases findings are pretty utterly completely different to a current poll by Sky Data readers, which locations Home Alone throughout the excessive spot, and pushes It’s A Nice Life to tenth.

Elf is second too, nevertheless there’s nonetheless time to vote. The winner will doubtless be revealed on Christmas Eve. Scroll down beneath to solid your vote.




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