Best G rated Christmas Movies 

Best G rated Christmas Movies

The movie industry is filled with movies for all age groups. It has something on the store for every kind of audience to watch. Since it has content for every kind of audience, in this list, you will see the information regarding the Best G-rated Christmas Movies.

What is G rated?

In terms of Motion Pictures Association, G stands for General audience. The movie falls in the G-rating category is suitable for the general audience. It has nothing in terms of sex, nudity, language, or violence that could disturb the general audience watching it. They are suitable for every age group of people.

List of Best G rated Christmas Movies

Following is the list of Best G-rated Christmas Movies till 2022. In this article below, you will get some movie suggestions along with its directors, rating, genre, release year, and a short synopsis of the movie.

1. Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer: The Movie
2. The Muppet Christmas Carol
3. The Polar Express
4. The Legend of Frosty the Snowman
5. Mickey’s Twice Upon a Christmas
6. Mickey’s Once Upon a Christmas
7. A Charlie Brown Christmas
8. Winnie the Pooh: A Very Merry Pooh Year

1 Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer: The Movie

This movie follows Santa’s famous reindeer on a mission to fight against an evil queen who was seen trying to conjure up a storm on Christmas.

Director  William R. Kowalchuk
Rating 5.8/10
Genre Animation, Adventure, Family, Musical, Romance
Release Year 1998
Distributor Legacy Releasing

2 The Muppet Christmas Carol

In this movie, the Muppet characters are seen telling their side of the famous tale of a very old and not-so-good miser’s redemption. This movie is set on Christmas Eve.

Director  Brian Henson
Rating 7.7/10
Genre Comedy, Drama, Fantasy, Musical, Family
Release Year 1992
Distributor Buena Vista Pictures Distribution

3 The Polar Express

The movie revolves around a young boy who took The Polar Express on Christmas eve. The Polar Express was a magical train that takes the passengers to the North Pole where Santa lives. On this journey, the boy learned a lot of things about life and realized the importance of living life with full enthusiasm.

Director  Robert Zemeckis
Rating 6.6/10
Genre Animation, Adventure, Fantasy, Musical, Family
Release Year 1992
Distributor Warner Bros Pictures

4 The Legend of Frosty the Snowman

The movie revolves around the life of Frosty the Snowman and covers everything that happened after he becomes friends with a young boy from a town named Evergreen.

Director  Greg Sullivan
Rating 4.3/10
Genre Animation, Comedy, Fantasy, Family
Release Year 2005
Distributor Classic Media

5 Mickey’s Twice Upon a Christmas

Mickey’s Twice Upon a Christmas is a sequel to the previous Mickey movie. This movie is all about the importance of enjoying Christmas wholeheartedly. In this movie, Donald is seen trying to ruin the vibes of Christmas.

Director Theresa Cullen, Carole Holliday, Peggy Holmes
Rating 6.5/10
Genre Animation, Comedy, Fantasy, Family
Release Year 2002
Distributor Walt Disney Studios

6 Mickey’s Once Upon a Christmas

It is a direct-to-video animated Christmas comedy fantasy movie that was released on 9 November 1999. This movie is a group of three separate Christmas stories in which the characters remain the same.

The first story in the movie is named “Donald Duck: Stuck on Christmas”. This story is based on Groundhog Day.

The second part is named “A Very Goofy Christmas”, in this part Goofy is seen trying to tone down the skepticism of his son about Santa.

The third part is named “Mickey & Minnie’s Gift of the Magi”. This part is all about Christmas and the lesson everyone should try to learn during this time. Christmas is all about selflessness and a feeling of belongingness.

Director James Algar, Gaetan Brizzi, Paul Brizzi
Rating 7.1/10
Genre Animation, Music, Fantasy, Family
Release Year 1999
Distributor Walt Disney Studios

7 A Charlie Brown Christmas

In this movie, Charlie Brown is very sad with the fact and whole idea of Commercialism and decided to look around in order to find the real and deeper meaning of Christmas.

Director Bill Melendez
Rating 8.3/10
Genre Animation, Music, Comedy, Family, Drama
Release Year 1965
Distributor Not Known

8 Winnie the Pooh: A Very Merry Pooh Year

This movie revolves around Winnie the Pooh and covers everything he does on his adventure holiday. Pooh is known for his bubbly nature. He every time makes sure that he celebrates everything with full enthusiasm and makes everyone around him happy.

Director Gary Katona, Ed Wexler, Jamie Mitchell
Rating 6.6/10
Genre Animation, Musical, Fantasy, Family, Drama
Release Year 2002
Distributor Walt Disney Studios

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