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Drosselmeyer

try again - this one should be easier . . .

"Go to your room and invent something to destroy yourself ! "

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Black River Santa

"The night of the world is a passage of endless night for you, until your mission is done. This is your legacy, and your gift..."

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Drosselmeyer
2 hours ago, Black River Santa said:

"The night of the world is a passage of endless night for you, until your mission is done. This is your legacy, and your gift..."

                             Santa Claus the Movie ???  :thumbup2:

 

Any takers for this one ??

2 hours ago, Drosselmeyer said:

try again - this one should be easier . . .

"Go to your room and invent something to destroy yourself ! "

 

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Black River Santa
6 hours ago, Drosselmeyer said:

                             Santa Claus the Movie ???  :thumbup2:

 

Any takers for this one ??

 

Yep! Babes in Toyland (remake)

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Drosselmeyer
14 hours ago, Black River Santa said:

Yep! Babes in Toyland (remake)

you are correct !!   dance celebrate GIF by Mochimochiland  but can't speak to the remake - this was Ed Wynn in the original with Annette

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Black River Santa
10 hours ago, Drosselmeyer said:

you are correct !!   dance celebrate GIF by Mochimochiland  but can't speak to the remake - this was Ed Wynn in the original with Annette

I think the original was the 1934 version with Laurel and Hardy also known as The March of the Wooden Soldiers.

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Drosselmeyer
2 hours ago, Black River Santa said:

I think the original was the 1934 version with Laurel and Hardy also known as The March of the Wooden Soldiers.

you are correct Sir !!  The quote at the top of this page is from that movie !!!

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Drosselmeyer

Need to throw this one out there before the season comes to a close . . . 

"Do you know what this means?  It means the end of Christmas on this planet as we know it!  

There is only one person authorized to operate this sack - his big red one-ness - The Claus ! "

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TamaleClaus
7 hours ago, Drosselmeyer said:

Need to throw this one out there before the season comes to a close . . . 

"Do you know what this means?  It means the end of Christmas on this planet as we know it!  

There is only one person authorized to operate this sack - his big red one-ness - The Claus ! "

Ernest Saves Christmas

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Drosselmeyer
11 hours ago, TamaleClaus said:

Ernest Saves Christmas

am I that predictable ??

you are correct Sir !             tenor.gif?itemid=5155293

I sure do miss Jim Varney - he was goofy, but really talented

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Drosselmeyer

try again . . .

"One hour to go.  It will begin. Reason against fancy.

                                               We will know the winner by morning."

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Drosselmeyer

seriously - no takers ??

On 12/26/2019 at 9:30 AM, Drosselmeyer said:

"One hour to go.  It will begin. Reason against fancy.

                                               We will know the winner by morning."

 

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Drosselmeyer

C'mon - somebody needs to know this one . . . 

On 12/26/2019 at 9:30 AM, Drosselmeyer said:

 

"One hour to go.  It will begin. Reason against fancy.

                                               We will know the winner by morning."

 

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Drosselmeyer
On 12/29/2019 at 11:45 AM, Drosselmeyer said:

C'mon - somebody needs to know this one . . . 

"One hour to go.  It will begin. Reason against fancy.

                                               We will know the winner by morning."

no takers ???    This was from the new, grittier Christmas Carol that came out this past year . . . . Scrooge waiting for the ghosts . . . 

But - I'm not giving up - folded the laundry this afternoon - and what better time to pull up a Christmas movie than while folding laundry !!!

Found a new one - or at least one I had not seen - it was a made for TV Christmas movie and featured one of my favorite actors - and had a surprise cameo from another toward the end . . .

ELF:  "Santa, I have two words for you...."

SANTA:  "Merry Christmas?"

ELF:  "No, SEAT BELT !"

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Drosselmeyer

Seriously ???    No takers ???  C'mon guys - somebody's gotta have an idea . . . 

               I don't beleive I'm the only one watching Christmas movies off season . . . 

On 2/2/2020 at 7:43 PM, Drosselmeyer said:

Found a new one - or at least one I had not seen - it was a made for TV Christmas movie and featured one of my favorite actors - and had a surprise cameo from another toward the end . . .

ELF:  "Santa, I have two words for you...."

SANTA:  "Merry Christmas ?"

ELF:  "No, SEAT BELT !"

 

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Drosselmeyer

C'mon gys - @Hoss  @bllwnkl  @TamaleClaus  @SantaDBC  @Santa Timothy SC  @SantaWayne  @Santa Gareth

         don't anybody know this movie ???

On 2/4/2020 at 8:41 PM, Drosselmeyer said:

Seriously ???    No takers ???  C'mon guys - somebody's gotta have an idea . . . 

               I don't beleive I'm the only one watching Christmas movies off season . . . 

 

 

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TamaleClaus
28 minutes ago, Drosselmeyer said:

C'mon gys - @Hoss  @bllwnkl  @TamaleClaus  @SantaDBC  @Santa Timothy SC  @SantaWayne  @Santa Gareth

         don't anybody know this movie ???

 

Still sad and in mourning over Christmas village being dark.

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Hoss
3 hours ago, Drosselmeyer said:

C'mon gys - @Hoss  @bllwnkl  @TamaleClaus  @SantaDBC  @Santa Timothy SC  @SantaWayne  @Santa Gareth

         don't anybody know this movie ???

 

haha I read that and just accepted it was from ELF because the character said elf. It didn't even click that wasn't in the movie. It does sound super familiar I just can't place it! But you aren't the only one. Just watched Polar Express the other day. My go to lately is that Swedish movie "Christmas Story" Love it.

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Santa Timothy SC

Jingle all the way?

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Drosselmeyer
On 2/6/2020 at 11:44 AM, Hoss said:

haha I read that and just accepted it was from ELF because the character said elf. It didn't even click that wasn't in the movie. It does sound super familiar I just can't place it! But you aren't the only one. Just watched Polar Express the other day. My go to lately is that Swedish movie "Christmas Story" Love it.

just realized I picked this up on DVD at the local shop, and have not watched it - thanks for the reminder !

10 hours ago, Santa Timothy SC said:

Jingle all the way?

sorry - not quite - different genre of actor - more Sinbad than Schwarzenegger

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Drosselmeyer
On 2/2/2020 at 7:43 PM, Drosselmeyer said:

Found a new one - or at least one I had not seen - it was a made for TV Christmas movie and featured one of my favorite actors - and had a surprise cameo from another toward the end . . .

ELF:  "Santa, I have two words for you...."

SANTA:  "Merry Christmas?"

ELF:  "No, SEAT BELT !"

 

On 2/6/2020 at 8:15 AM, Drosselmeyer said:

C'mon gys - @Hoss  @bllwnkl  @TamaleClaus  @SantaDBC  @Santa Timothy SC  @SantaWayne  @Santa Gareth

         don't anybody know this movie ???

another hint - appearance by STEVE SMITH - that's right RED GREEN was in this movie !!!!

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TamaleClaus
20 minutes ago, Drosselmeyer said:

another hint - appearance by STEVE SMITH - that's right RED GREEN was in this movie !!!!

Wild guess,    "Santa Who"?       never heard of it, but he did appear

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Drosselmeyer
47 minutes ago, TamaleClaus said:

Wild guess,    "Santa Who"?       never heard of it, but he did appear

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Your internet search has served you well - you got it

Santa Who - starring Leslie Nielsen as Santa, with an appearance by Steve Smith (Red Green) as the tree lot keeper !

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