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ABC Family's 25 Days Of Christmas 2013 Schedule Announced

It's October, which means, it's Christmas time? Ok, not really, but we are at the point where talk of the holidays will start to sneak up on us. ABC Family is gearing up for their annual 25 Days of Christmas event, which traditionally begins December 1 and runs every day up to Christmas with a slew of holiday programming. That includes classic holiday films -- both animated and live-action -- and some original movies.

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ABC Family's 25 Days Of Christmas Includes Harry Potter, Pixar, Home Alone 2 And Christmas Vacation

It’s almost that time of year again! As December approaches, ABC Family is prepared to bring back their annual 25 Days of Christmas countdown and as usual, it’s full of family fun and holiday cheer.

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ABC Family's Updated 2010 25 Days Of Christmas Schedule

ABC Family made some minor tweaks to their 25 Days of Christmas line-up for this week. If you’re looking for some holiday-themed movies to watch this week as Christmas approaches, here’s what they have on deck.

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Pixar Shorts Special Airs On ABC Family Next Week

Amidst ABC Family's schedule full of holiday-themed specials and movies there are some random, family-friendly programs. This includes the Pixar Short Films special, which airs next week.

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ABC Family's 25 Days Of Christmas Schedule

Like Harry Potter or those clever little Pixar shorts? ABC Family is delivering the goods with weekends dedicated to Pixar and Harry Potter along with some classic holiday programming and the premiere of their new original movies Santa Baby 2: Christmas Maybe (starring Jenny McCarthy) and The Dog Who Saved Christmas.

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ABC Family Counts Down To Christmas

ABC Family is providing a virtual buffet of holiday-themed movies throughout the month of December with their 10th annual “25 Days of Christmas.” The month-long event includes a pretty wide variety of films, some of which are quite Christmasy (Jingle All The Way, The Santa Clause). Other movies included in the event wouldn’t technically be considered Christmas movies but will definitely provide some good clean family fun (Mary Poppins and the first three Harry Potter movies).

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