“Christmas Vacation” & “Elf” Get 24-Hour Marathons: When & Where To Watch

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Every year during the Christmas holiday season there are a few movies that people just love to watch over and over again and two of those movies are none other than National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation and Elf.

Fans of the two movies will be delighted to hear that TNT and TBS plan to give them a 24-hour marathon so you can enjoy the holiday classics all day long.

Starting on Saturday, November 26th, TBS will be airing Elf for 24 hours straight, and on Sunday, November 27th, TNT will be airing National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation for 24 hours.

The American Christmas comedy film Elf first hit theaters on November 7th, 2003, starring Will Ferrell and grossing more than $220 million worldwide while only being filmed on a $33 million budget.

Ferrell’s performance as Buddy the Elf was praised by critics and audiences with many calling it one of his best performances.

Elf Movie Trailer Below

National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation, an even older classic, was a 1989 American Christmas comedy film starring Chevy Chase, Beverly D’Angelo, and Randy Quaid.

The movie debuted at No. 2 at the box office while grossing $11,750,203 during the opening weekend. It went on to gross a total of $71,319,546 in the United States while showing in movie theaters.

National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation Movie Trailer Below

Other great Christmas movies that TNT and TBS plan to air throughout November include A Christmas Story, The Polar Express, Fred Claus, Four Christmases, How the Grinch Stole Christmas, and The Wizard of Oz. 

Also, for those who haven’t heard, last week (Oct 17) HBO Max released an official teaser for the sequel of A Christmas Story called A Christmas Story Christmas.

The new movie will exclusively air on HBO Max on November 17th and there will be many of the actual people that were in the original movie coming back to be themselves again in this new one.

Watch The Teaser For A Christmas Story Christmas Below