- 1+ 7- 0
McDonald's Christmas CommercialvThere is a reason this classic McDonald's gift certificate Christmas commercial is on this list. Take a good look at the excited little boy leaving the gift certificate for Santa Claus. Does he look familiar? No? He should: That's Corey Feldman, circa 1975. You're welcome.
- 2+ 19- 3
Coca Cola Christmas Commercial: Polar Bears and PenguinsvThis brilliantly beautiful 2008 Coca Cola Christmas polar bears commercial is adorable. Because it's Christmas, and polar bears and penguins should share Coca Cola and party together during the holidays. Would this cute Christmas gathering ever really happen? No. Why? Because polar bears live in the North Pole and penguins live in the South Pole. Still, nice idea.
- 3+ 15- 2
M&M's Meet Santa Clausv
Yellow M&M: "So, you think Santa will like these red and green M&Ms?"
Red M&M: "I don't know, I never met the guy." (Santa is behind them, leaving presents)
Red M&M: "Wahh ha! He does exist!"
Santa: "They do exist..." (Santa promptly faints)
Yellow M&M: "Uhhh, Santa?"
- 4+ 16- 4
Hershey's Kisses Christmas CommercialvLittle bits of chocolate playing "We Wish You a Merry Christmas" - simple, effective, and festive.
- 5+ 16- 5
Folger's Coffee: Peter Comes Homev
Little Sister: "Peter!"
Peter: "Merry Christmas."
Little Sister: "Everyone's asleep."
Peter: "I know how to wake them up..." (brews a pot of Folger's coffee)
Mom: "Peter!" (hugs her son) "Oh, you're home!"
Peter: "I missed you mom."
- 6+ 13- 3
Hallmark Christmas Commercial: Tom Comes Homev
Johnny: "I was ten years old that Christmas. That was the time my brother Tom was working in Europe. We hadn't seen him for over a year. Every Christmas Tom and I used to sing together for the family. I sure missed him."
Grandma: "Johnny, a Christmas card came here for you."
Johnny: "From Tom? Tommy! Mom, it's Tommy! Dad, Tom's coming for Christmas! He's coming here!" (excitedly runs around with the card from Tommy) "That was the year it really snowed. I waited for Tom, and I waited. Aunt Nelle and the rest of the family barely made it through. No sign of Tom. That was the longest day I can remember. Dinner came, and it went. Still no Tom." (Kids looking at presents, as Johnny looks out the window)
Dad: "Tom will get here."
Johnny: "I sure hope so." (Gets up to sing) "I felt very lonely, standing there by myself." (Starts to sing "O' Holy Night" by himself, as Tommy sneaks in the front door, and then joins him)
- 7+ 8- 2
Fruity Pebbles Christmas Commercialv
Fred: "Yummy Fruity Pebbles in our bowls. Oh, here comes you know who..." (hands Santa a bowl of Fruity Pebbles)
Santa: "Yabba Dabba fruit delicious doo!"
Barney: "Ho ho ho, I'm hu-hu-hungry..." (slides down the chimney) "Santa?! My Pebbles!"
Fred: "Your Pebbles?!"
Santa: "Tis the season to be sharing Fred."
Fred: (Hands Barney a bowl of Pebbles): "Happy Holidays, pal."
Barney: "Oh, Fred..."
- 8+ 9- 4
Coca Cola Christmas Commercialv
"I'd like to teach the world to sing, in perfect harmony..."
Let's hit the way-back button and take a look at one of Coke's most iconic commercials ever: The Christmas hilltop commercial. Hundreds of hippies singing in "perfect harmony" -- doesn't get more feel-good than that. This spot should be brought back, immediately, for this Christmas and all future Christmases until the end of time.
- 9+ 9- 4
Campbell's Melting Snowmanv"Nothing melts away the cold like a delicious bowl of Campbell's soup."
Campbell's melting snowman commercial has real staying power. This clip, which features a snowman coming in from the cold to warm up with a hot bowl of Campbell's chicken noodle soup (not to spoil this one but the snowman is really a little boy) first aired in 90s, and it's still popular today.
- 10+ 8- 3
Santa's Norelco ChristmasvIn this vintage 1970s Norelco Christmas commercial, Santa Claus has ditched his usual sleigh and reindeer in favor of sliding around on the top of a Norelco rotary razor. Because who needs Rudolph when you can have "No gotchas!" right?
- 11+ 6- 1
AT&T Christmas Gingerbread Commercialv
Gingerbread Kid (rides up as dad is making icing repairs to his gingerbread house): "Hey dad, I really want a Go Phone this year."
Gingerbread Dad: "Well I want people to stop eating my house, but that ain't gonna happen. Besides, you'll run up a huge bill."
Gingerbread Kid: "No, I won't. It has unlimited talk and unlimited text."
Gingerbread Dad: "I'm just yanking your chain son." (tosses kid the Go Phone) "Ho ho ho!"
Gingerbread Kid: "Sweet!" (As the kid leaves, a large hand descends on the gingerbread house, rips the top off to reveal a bathing Mrs. Gingerbread in the bathroom, she screams)
Gingerbread Dad (looking up): "Oh COME ON, man! It's the holidays!"
And yes, that is Norm MacDonald voicing the Gingerbread Kid in this spot.
- 12+ 4- 0
Oreos Christmas Commercialv
Narrator: "Oh oh oh, The night before Christmas and Oreo cookies, waiting for a special guest..."
Little Boy: "I'll just take a little rest." (Falls asleep, and Santa Claus arrives)
Narrator (as Santa eats the cookies in front of the sleeping child): "Ho ho ho who's that kid with the Oreo cookies? Eating all the luscious chocolate, licking all the creamy middles, dunking all the crunchy cookies like he did when he was little. It's so hard to hide the kid inside with Christmas, and O-R-E-O." (Santa dashes up the chimney, just as the little boy wakes up to see an empty cookie plate)
- 13+ 2- 3
In Bru Snowman CommercialvNo idea what this one's about, but it's the best ever as far as totally weird Christmas commercials go. Because a flying snowman is awesome, and kind of creepy.
- 14+ 2- 5
Old Navy Jordan Knight Christmas CommercialvWhat Christmas season would be complete without a bizarre Old Navy holiday commercial featuring a legendary singer (Johnny Mathis), a washed up boy band singer (Jordan Knight) and the three wise Boyz II Men? This ad, entitled "The Jordan Knight Before Christmas," began airing in 2012. Jingle jammies, y'all.
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