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Drosselmeyer
6 hours ago, Black River Santa said:

The Grinch?

Negative...

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Drosselmeyer
On 10/23/2019 at 7:16 AM, Drosselmeyer said:

how about . . . 

"I like the way you duct taped the antlers to their heads..."

 

6 hours ago, Black River Santa said:

The Grinch?

Negative...     try again....

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Black River Santa
59 minutes ago, Drosselmeyer said:

 

Negative...     try again....

Christmas Vacation?

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Drosselmeyer
On 10/23/2019 at 7:16 AM, Drosselmeyer said:

how about . . . 

"I like the way you duct taped the antlers to their heads..."

 

1 hour ago, Black River Santa said:

Christmas Vacation?

                genre is closer - but still a negatory . . . 

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TamaleClaus
On 10/23/2019 at 6:16 AM, Drosselmeyer said:

how about . . . 

"I like the way you duct taped the antlers to their heads..."

Duct tape?  Has to be "Red Green Christmas"       :sc_rofl:

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Drosselmeyer
8 hours ago, TamaleClaus said:

Duct tape?  Has to be "Red Green Christmas"       :sc_rofl:

          a very insightful answer to be sure - but no . . . 

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Drosselmeyer
On 10/23/2019 at 7:16 AM, Drosselmeyer said:

how about . . . 

"I like the way you duct taped the antlers to their heads..."

Nobody ???   I know @Felix Estridge knows the answer . . . 

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Black River Santa
11 hours ago, Drosselmeyer said:

Nobody ???   I know @Felix Estridge knows the answer . . . 

You've got me on this one!

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Black River Santa

"Good morning; Merry Christmas. I hope I'm in time to see you flip the flapjacks."

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Drosselmeyer
1 hour ago, Black River Santa said:

You've got me on this one!

Danny DeVito . . . Matthew Broderick . . . 

1 hour ago, Black River Santa said:

"Good morning; Merry Christmas. I hope I'm in time to see you flip the flapjacks."

Christmas in Connecticut ???

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Felix Estridge
13 hours ago, Drosselmeyer said:

Nobody ???   I know @Felix Estridge knows the answer . . . 

Deck the Halls?

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Drosselmeyer
8 minutes ago, Felix Estridge said:

Deck the Halls?

You got it - right on the nose !

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Black River Santa
On 10/27/2019 at 9:33 AM, Drosselmeyer said:

Danny DeVito . . . Matthew Broderick . . . 

Christmas in Connecticut ???

Christmas in Connecticut it is.

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Drosselmeyer

try again . . .

"You have two sons, one good, one bad,

         and wouldn't you know it, the good one dies..."

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SCSanta
16 minutes ago, Drosselmeyer said:

try again . . .

"You have two sons, one good, one bad,

         and wouldn't you know it, the good one dies..."

I didn't know my Mother was in a Christmas movie...:sc_hmm:

But I digress...I am playing the odds with no other information and take a guess that it is from "Ernest Saves Christmas..."

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Drosselmeyer
On 10/29/2019 at 4:57 PM, SCSanta said:

I didn't know my Mother was in a Christmas movie...:sc_hmm:

But I digress...I am playing the odds with no other information and take a guess that it is from "Ernest Saves Christmas..."

well Sir - I must confess - you have guessed correctly !!    

                    am I really that predictable ??

 

OK - somebody else throw one up . . .

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SCSanta

"I've struck it rich. I've got me a peppermint mine. Wahooo!"

Might be a little tricky because this scene was later deleted and replaced after the original release.

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Black River Santa
55 minutes ago, SCSanta said:

"I've struck it rich. I've got me a peppermint mine. Wahooo!"

Might be a little tricky because this scene was later deleted and replaced after the original release.

Yukon Cornelius from Rudolph?

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Drosselmeyer
1 hour ago, SCSanta said:

"I've struck it rich. I've got me a peppermint mine. Wahooo!"

Might be a little tricky because this scene was later deleted and replaced after the original release.

that sounds like Yukon Cornelius from the original airing of Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer    - - 1964 ?

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SCSanta
7 hours ago, Black River Santa said:

Yukon Cornelius from Rudolph?

 

7 hours ago, Drosselmeyer said:

that sounds like Yukon Cornelius from the original airing of Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer    - - 1964 ?

It is indeed. The original airing did not include the rescue of the misfit toys AND it explained why Yukon kept licking his pickaxe.

 

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Drosselmeyer

try again:

should be an easy one . . . 

"Meatloaf - beet loaf - double schmeet loaf.  I hate meatloaf"

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Felix Estridge
1 hour ago, Drosselmeyer said:

try again:

should be an easy one . . . 

"Meatloaf - beet loaf - double schmeet loaf.  I hate meatloaf"

Ralphie's little brother, Randy, in A Christmas Story

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Black River Santa

Try this one...

"Santa Claus is gonna take one look at that bird poop and he's gonna head right back up the chimney"

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Felix Estridge
2 minutes ago, Black River Santa said:

Try this one...

"Santa Claus is gonna take one look at that bird poop and he's gonna head right back up the chimney"

That would be John Boy Walton from the 1971 Homecoming: A Christmas Story

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Black River Santa
3 minutes ago, Felix Estridge said:

That would be John Boy Walton from the 1971 Homecoming: A Christmas Story

Yes indeed it is! One of my all time favorite Christmas movies. if you listen carefully during the parlor scene when the family is listening to the radio, you'll notice that Edgar Bergen (Grandpa Walton) is actually listening to his own show on the radio.

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