When I think of Disney Classsics I think of the original Parent Trap, Old Yeller, Pollyanna, Bedknobs and Broomsticks....you know, the classic movies that most of us watched growing up.
I have so many wonderful memories of watching the classics when I was younger. Whether it was sipping on a strawberry milkshake when I had the chicken pox or gathering around the television to pop a tape in our VCR to watch something as a family.
Turner Classic Movies (TCM) is going to help bring some of the memories back and they want to help all of us to create new ones with our families. Starting Sunday December the 7th they will be having a classics movie marathon each and every Sunday in December! How fantastic is that?!
Here is line up of the scheduled shows for December the 7th per their media advisory:
Sunday Dec 7th:
Noon: Treasure Island (1950)
1:45 pm: Swiss Family Robinson (1960)
4 pm: 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea (1954)
6:15 pm: Old Yeller (1958)
8 pm: The Parent Trap (1961)
10:15 pm: Pollyanna (1960)
12 am: The Barefoot Executive (1971)
On December the 14th, The Age of Believing: The Disney Live Action Classics--which comes from writer/director/producer Peter Fitzgerald, will follow the studio's history as it ventured beyond its animation to develop non-animated family fare--will air at 7 pm.
So remember to tune in each Sunday in December to create some wonderful memories with your family! I know we'll definitely be watching the movies that will be showing.