Disney+ became available November 12, just in time for the holidays, and the world cannot handle themselves. This list is some of my favorite throwback Disney+ Holiday Movies of all time, including Mickey’s Once Upon a Christmas and a Christmas Carol.
Despite a few hiccups, Disney+ launched yesterday, November 12 and we couldn’t be more excited. All of our favorite classic Disney movies are finally available and released from the vault. I cannot wait to watch Cinderella, The Little Mermaid and all the other princess movies with my kids.
While my husband and son are binge watching a Marvel marathon, I’m gathering up a list of the best throwback Disney Holiday Movies and popping up some popcorn.
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The BEST Throwback Disney+ Holiday Movies
Home Alone (1, 2, and 3)
Rated PG: This classic movie features a child left home alone while his family goes on a Christmas trip. I just introduced these movies to my 6 and 4 year old and they could not stop laughing!
I’ll Be Home For Christmas
Rated PG: A jokester (Jonathan Taylor Thomas) zooms home for Christmas with a prize in mind – his dad’s car.
Mickey’s Once Upon a Christmas
Rated G: Join Mickey and pals for tales of their most memorable Christmases.
Mickey’s Twice Upon A Christmas
Rated G: Mickey and pals learn the true meaning of Christmas with Santa’s help.
Mickey’s Christmas Carol
Rated G: All your Disney pals star in this retelling of a Dickens Christmas Classic.
The Muppet Christmas Carol
Rated G: The Muppets present their own touching rendition of Dickens’ classic.
Good Luck Charlie, It’s Christmas!
Rated G: The Duncans need a miracle to reunite in time for Christmas.
Tim Burton’s The Nightmare Before Christmas
Rated PG: Pumpkin King Jack Skellington tries to take over Christmas.
Beauty and the Beast: The Enchanted Christmas
Rated G: Former composer Forte threatens to keep Belle and Beast apart forever.
Pluto’s Christmas Tree
Rated Y7: Pluto and Mickey bring home a special Christmas Tree. (Advisory: This is the original film which may contain outdated cultural depictions.)
The Santa Clause (and Santa Clause 2)
Rated PG: (My personal childhood favorite Christmas movie!) A bizarre twist of fate transforms a divorced dad (Tim Allen) into the new Santa.
Rated G: The Buddies remind Santa Paws’ feisty son about the true meaning of Christmas.
Santa Paws 2: The Santa Pups
Rated G: When holiday spirit mysteriously begins to disappear, the Santa Pups race to save Christmas.