There is one, and only one:
Thanks for reminding me of "good old Charlie Brown". The soundtrack alone is worth the time. I have the soundtrack on SACD.....I don't think that is available any longer.
I had mentioned in another threat, the Tuck Andress "Holiday" CD is worth a listen..
Assuming Thanksgiving is included, Planes, Trains, and Automobiles hands down. Millercarbon: the dynamic between Roger Ebert and Gene Siskel will never be repeated, I'm afraid. It was something to behold when they went at eachother. The irony is that they had deep respect for eachother and were the greatest of friends.
Yes, P.T.&A. is such fun. That is the wonderful thing about "Holiday Inn" it is in celebration of many holidays....including Thanksgiving, the 4th and more. Every person on this site that has not seen the original B&W film "Holiday Inn" is denying themselves the pleasure and knowledge that film offers and teaches.
If I could only have 5 DVDs to watch on that "desert island", Holiday Inn would be one of them....and no "Debbie does Peoria" would not be one of them. (sorry, I should not do that, I have found that humor either does not work for some, or more painfully it is not recognized as such,...damn)