6 Films to Bring the Disney Magic to Your Family This Christmas

You can't beat a Disney film!  And Christmas and Disney go together like mince pies and cream.  Thankfully, you don't need to own every single Christmas film on DVD now as new service Disney Life gives you access to Disney movies, TV box sets, Disney books, and more unique content.  All for just £9.99 a month.  It's almost as good as being there!

Our favourite Christmas Disney films are a varied bunch of animations, classics, favourite characters and traditional tales with a twist.  Here they are:

The Santa Clause

Tim Allen stars as Scott Calvin, well-meaning but slightly inept, who accidentally finds himself shouldering the responsibilities of Father Christmas himself.  Great fun.

The Muppet Christmas Carol

The classic tale of Ebenezer Scrooge and his ghostly visitors is re-told Muppet-Style, with Michael Caine playing a rather earnest yet tongue-in-cheek Scrooge.  With Fozzie Bear, Kermit (as Bob Cratchit) and Miss Piggy lending their invaluable support to proceedings, this timeless tale is unforgettable, entertaining, and a real Christmas treat for everyone.

Beauty and the Beast: The Enchanted Christmas

Picking up where the original tale left off, this delightful sequel features an all-star cast of voices, and manages to fill in some of the Beast's back story.  It has a great soundtrack, including some traditional Christmas carols, and is a lovely addition to the Beauty and the Beast story.  If you're missing some Christmas spirit, watch this!

Winnie the Pooh: A Very Merry Christmas

Another classic character has his Christmas turn, writing letters to Father Christmas with his furry woodland friends.  But when their letter is carried away in a gust of wind, it's up to Pooh to rescue Christmas and get everyone ready for the big New Year's Eve party too.


'Nuff said!

Mickey's Christmas Carol

Another re-telling of the Dickens classic, this animated tale is classic Disney with picture perfect animation.  Scrooge McDuck plays Ebenezer Scrooge, perfect casting of course, with Goofy as the ghost of his deceased partner Jacob Marley, and Mickey Mouse as poor, put upon Bob Cratchit.  This 1980s classic is perfect Disney and still looks great.

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