There actually are some! Here are a few that are available. There were more that I saw, but didn't put them all here.
a. I Love Lucy/Honeymooners TV Christmas Special (1955) on VHS
b. Christmas Classics which has Red Skelton, Ozzie & Harriet, Jack Benny and the Beverly Hillbillies on DVD.
c. Bob Hope, Hope for the Holidays
One on download has:
1. Alice, Season 3 (Dec 31, 1978)
2. Eight is enough Dec 14, 1977 (2 parts)
3. Welcome Back, Kotter
One DVD set has:
content on these 3 discs are 13 hours and 35 minutes.
Disc 1 contains 11 classic television Christmas episodes: The Beverly Hillillies - Turkey Day, Christmas at the Clampets & Home for Christmas.
The Burns and Allen Show - Gracie and Relatives
The Jack Benny Show - Christmas Shopping (Note: Mel Blanc, the voice of Bugs Bunny and numerous others cartoon characters, appears in this one)and New Year's Eve
Ozzie & Harriet - Late Christmas Gift, The Christmas Tree, Piano for the Fraternity and Busy Christmas
The final show on this disc is Liberace, The Christmas Show
The entire first disc has a 4 hour 48 minute playing time.
Disc II: Classic Christmas TV Specials
I recognised a few of these but not all.
The Little Christmas Burron - Narrated by Lorne Greene
The Little King - Christmas Night
The Christmas Visitor
Toys Will Be Toys
Santa's Pocket Watch
Ginger Nutts Christmas Circus
Silent Night, The Story of the Christmas Carol
Little Gray Neck
Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer (Not the famous version)
Christmas Comes but Once A Year
Hector's Hectic Life
Jack Frost (Not the famous version)
The Shanty Where Santy Claus Lives
Somewhere in Dreamland
The Night Before Christmas
The Star of Bethlehem
Jack Frost (The popular version)
Disc III: Beyond Tomorrow (Excellent Christmas film from 1940) runs 1hr 24min
Scrooge, the 1935 version starring Seymore Hicks runs 1hr 27 min
A Christmas Without Snow 1981, runs 1 hr 35 min
Miracle on 34th Street 1957 version runs 47 minutes.
ChristmasFanatic wrote:I wish someone would release a DVD of some of the classic TV episodes. Not just the public domain episodes, but some from the classics.....I know we can get some of the classic TV episodes of say, I Love Lucy, Adam-12 and such on their season releases, but it would be nice if we could get some that just highlight the Christmas episodes.