Every year, I love watching the Charlie Brown holiday specials in October, November, and December. Also, the Grinch and other Christmas specials as well. But I've come to realize, there are other holidays where classics get broadcast year after year: Every year, for some time now (not sure how long), during Easter weekend, ABC network airs "The Ten Commandments", and I have to say, I've found myself tuning in every year for the last couple of years! It's become a holiday tradition for me, just as much as tuning in to "It's the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown!"! I purposefully look up on TV guide to see when it's airing. Who else here makes sure to watch (at least a portion) of "The Ten Commandments" every single year? Or remembers seeing it on TV when flipping channels on Easter weekend? And are there any other holidays (besides the big ones in October/November/December) that have classic animated or live-action specials or movies that air every year?