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Sunday, 2 December 2012

Win Festive Family Films

I have been lucky enough to review Arthur Christmas and Snowmen on DVD this year.  Both very different, but both great family films for the festive season.  So, to share the goodwill, I have a copy of Snowmen on DVD and Arthur Christmas on Blu-Ray to give away to one lucky reader, so they can enjoy them with their family.



If you would like to snuggle up with your family this Christmas and watch these two films, all you have to do is leave me a comment below telling me what your favourite festive film is.  Please include a way of contacting you such as Twitter id or an email address.  I will contact the lucky winner directly and hopefully (if I get the winner's details in good time) I'll get the films out to arrive before Christmas.

For a bonus entry tweet:

Win Festive Family Films with @wendymcd83 at http://tinyurl.com/d2b33tx

Then leave me a comment to let me know you have done so.

UK only.  Up to a maximum of two entries per person.  Competition closes December 10th 2012.  Winner will be drawn at random and notified directly. Good luck!!

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85 comments:

  1. We love Santa Paws - infact we watched it today :) @emmys_mummy

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  2. We love Home Alone....So funny!

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  3. ashleigh allan2 December 2012 19:00

    Home alone or the snowman, love them both x

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  4. ashleigh allan2 December 2012 19:00

    i have tweeted as @ashlallan

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  5. My favourite Christmas film is Elf. I also like The Snowman :)
    Sarahleaf.lea620@gmail.com

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  6. I tweeted. @OoSerzoO

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  7. https://twitter.com/handbag2000/status/275332301578182656

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  8. Elf! :) milkpetalblog(at)gmail.com

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  9. i tweeted (twitter is @ummziyad)

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  10. Nikki Pascall We love nativity and Arthur Christmas

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  11. jennifer Dixon3 December 2012 00:15

    our favourite is miracle on 34th street :) @mymummyspennies

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  12. jennifer Dixon3 December 2012 00:16

    tweeted also @mymummyspennies

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  13. Home Alone is one of my favourites
    @sophiejanem

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  14. Have also tweeted @sophiejanem

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  15. My own personal favourite is It's a Wonderful Life but as a family our favourite is Elf

    @cqbish

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  16. I have tweeted
    @cqbish

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  17. Oh it has to be Oliver! There, I'm showing my age aren't I? :D @bodfortea:disqus

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  18. Valerie McCarthy3 December 2012 14:23

    Mine is definitely The Christmas Story. I can watch it every year and still love it. I am from Ohio and the house that is in the movie is not far from where I lived growing up. It reminds me of the stories that my mother told me about her life growing up.

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  19. My favourite has to be miracle of 34th street :) @welshmumof3boys

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  20. Have tweeted too @welshmumof3boys

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  21. I watched Santa Paws yesterday it was fab. x

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  22. Mine is an American film called 'A Christmas Story' it's a about a boy who desperately wants a BB gun for christmas, it is so funny and a lovely story.

    @MrsWebster147

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  23. In actual fact, my favourite is Polar Express, but this is my second favourite

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  24. Definitely Nativity ( the first one)

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  25. My favourite film is Nativity

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  26. Tweeted as @stressymummy

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  27. has to be the santa claus movies with tim allen

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  28. My Fav Christmas movie is Nativity - It cracks me up everytime I watch it @mamamakes

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  29. Have Tweeted @mamamakes

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  30. Annie. (Don't laugh!) @meedja on twitter

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  31. I've tweeted @meedja as well.

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  32. Elf is my favourite film of the season @missingsleep:disqus x

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  33. Have tweeted as @missingsleep:disqus x

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  34. Definitely home alone. The slapstick burglary scenes never grow old.

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  35. Christmas Vacation is a traditional movie in our house and has been since it first came out... Who wouldn't want Clark Griswold as their father! @IanDowson1

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  36. My favourite Christmas film is the original all time favourite scrooge ianmaciver@onetel.com

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  37. I love Polar Express - I could watch it again and again - The voice of Tom Hanks suits the part of the guard on the train to perfection and the kids all look so real - its amazing.

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  38. elf :)

    @sarahrees151286

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  39. caroline higson4 December 2012 12:25

    nightmare before christmas!

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  40. Without a doubt its just has to be Elf!!

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  41. tweeted as @chelseamamma

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  42. One of my favourite Christmas movies is Jack Frost

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  43. I've also tweeted - @rachelgully

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  44. dominique carlo4 December 2012 19:26

    has to be the snowman :)

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  45. My favourite has got to be The Grinch! :) "MAAAAAXXXX Get my cllloak!" - Tweeted too!

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  46. My favourite festive film is Little Lord Fontelroy

    caro_mad

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  47. I have tweeted as @caro_mad:disqus

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  48. It's a hard choice because I have so many faves but I think Elf is the best

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  49. Sorry forgot to add my email - robertfox24[at]aol[dot]com

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  50. i would love to win these for my sons!! it would be the perfect christmas extra cs86@live.co.uk

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  51. oh and my family favourite is jingle all the way,with Arnie :)

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  52. Santa Claus the Movie (with Dudley Moore)


    @littleboo_21

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  53. My favourite Christmas film is Elf

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  54. I love the Snowman!

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  55. IT HAS TO BE THE SNOWMAN NOTHING IS AS GOOD AS A GOOD OLD CLASSIC

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  56. Nothing beats ELF! Tweeted (@CharCleaves)

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  57. peggy rossiter9 December 2012 13:51

    Miracle on 34th Street - every version!

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  58. My favourite Christmas film is Scrooged. Very funny. I like Elf too.
    @olivia280177

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  59. i can't wait to see elf again this year, makes me giggle every time!
    @emmav6

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  60. follow & tweeted too :)
    @emmav6

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  61. Bit sad, but Its a Wonderful Life lol :-)

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  62. My fave xmas film is Home alone

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  63. 1951 film Scrooge
    @glamrockLinda

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  64. Miracle on 34th Street and 'Santa Claus the Movie'
    @siprior

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  65. i love the grinch but am desperate to see arthur christmas xx

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  66. Winner picked by random.org J.Pirard. Congratulations :)

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