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Drosselmeyer
3 hours ago, SCSanta said:

So how about this one...?

"I don't know if I should go sailin down no hill with nothing between the ground and my brains but a piece of government plastic."

Now - that wouldn't be Eddie from Nat'l Lampoons Christmas Vacation would it ???

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SCSanta
2 hours ago, Drosselmeyer said:

Now - that wouldn't be Eddie from Nat'l Lampoons Christmas Vacation would it ???

Sounds like a classic Cousin Eddie line to me ! :yes:

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Drosselmeyer
8 hours ago, SCSanta said:

Sounds like a classic Cousin Eddie line to me ! :yes:

well - that would mess up his part - and we wouldn't want that now - would we ???  :sc_rofl:

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SCSanta

Here's another one...

"What's a pretty girl like you doing marrying this two-headed brother of mine?"

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Drosselmeyer
1 hour ago, SCSanta said:

Here's another one...

"What's a pretty girl like you doing marrying this two-headed brother of mine?"

"Its a Wonderful Life" ??

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SCSanta
6 hours ago, Drosselmeyer said:

"Its a Wonderful Life" ??

It's a Wonderful Answer as well! :thumbup2:

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Drosselmeyer

OK - this should be an easy one...

"Ah. Smell those Christmas trees.  You can keep your Channel number five, just give me a whiff of the old lonesome pine.  That symbol of brotherly love.  That centerpiece that all mankind gathers around to share the cranberry sauce shaped like a can."

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SCSanta
14 hours ago, Drosselmeyer said:

OK - this should be an easy one...

"Ah. Smell those Christmas trees.  You can keep your Channel number five, just give me a whiff of the old lonesome pine.  That symbol of brotherly love.  That centerpiece that all mankind gathers around to share the cranberry sauce shaped like a can."

Sounds like Ernest is back at it...Saving Christmas again!

OK...Here's another easy one...

"Oh Fuuuudge...Only I didn't say fudge."

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Drosselmeyer
1 minute ago, SCSanta said:

Sounds like Ernest is back at it...Saving Christmas again!

OK...Here's another easy one...

"Oh Fuuuudge...Only I didn't say fudge."

You are correct Sir

and I do believe your quote is in a Story about Christmas . . . but just guessing...

                                   Long Live Ralphie !!!

So - Let's get a little more tricky.....

this is from a movie - however this quote is from the LP of the movie - I'm not sure this whole song made it into the original cut of the movie.   Do you know what it is ???

"Let's cut out this good neighbor day, and add another Labor Day - that's the way Christmas ought to be!"

 

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Santa Bruce Geron
On 9/16/2018 at 5:43 PM, SCSanta said:

"I don't know if I should go sailin down no hill with nothing between the ground and my brains but a piece of government plastic."

Christmas Vacation

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Santa Bruce Geron
15 hours ago, Drosselmeyer said:

"Let's cut out this good neighbor day, and add another Labor Day - that's the way Christmas ought to be!"

A Christmas Carol

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Santa-Alan

We'll be changing the rules, a little bit. We are opening the presents now. Not later, now. Why? We're adults, and we can open our presents, WHENEVER WE WANT!

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Drosselmeyer
24 minutes ago, Santa Bruce Geron said:

A Christmas Carol

close - which one ??

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Drosselmeyer
23 hours ago, Santa-Alan said:

We'll be changing the rules, a little bit. We are opening the presents now. Not later, now. Why? We're adults, and we can open our presents, WHENEVER WE WANT!

The Ref ???

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Drosselmeyer
On 9/19/2018 at 2:20 PM, Santa Bruce Geron said:

A Christmas Carol

 

On 9/19/2018 at 2:45 PM, Drosselmeyer said:

close - which one ??

you are very close my friend - but which Christmas Carol  was it ????  

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Santa Bruce Geron
1 hour ago, Drosselmeyer said:

you are very close my friend - but which Christmas Carol  was it ????  

That's the problem, I can't figure out which film production.

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SCSanta
On 9/18/2018 at 10:41 PM, Drosselmeyer said:

So - Let's get a little more tricky.....

this is from a movie - however this quote is from the LP of the movie - I'm not sure this whole song made it into the original cut of the movie.   Do you know what it is ???

"Let's cut out this good neighbor day, and add another Labor Day - that's the way Christmas ought to be!"

 

 

3 hours ago, Drosselmeyer said:

 

you are very close my friend - but which Christmas Carol  was it ????  

 

1 hour ago, Santa Bruce Geron said:

That's the problem, I can't figure out which film production.

I still don't know it as a movie. The quote as I know it are actually lyrics to a 15 minute stage musical called Cool Yule that is often performed by school groups. The character singing these particular lyrics in Cool Yule happens to be Scrooge, but I don't know it as a movie. Here are some of the lyrics...and a link to the song on YouTube (minute 9:40)

MR. SCROOGE
Ho, ho, here comes Mr. Scrooge! Ho, ho, here comes Mr. Scrooge! Everybody ought to get up early, but not to see the presents neath the tree.
Let’s cut out this good neighbor day, and add another labor day!
That’s the way Christmas ought to be!

 Ho, ho, here comes Mr. Scrooge! Ho, ho, here comes Mr. Scrooge! Bah humbug! Bah humbug! No Christmas carols for me! (No Christmas carols!)
Bah humbug! That’s my song and I’ll sing it happily!
 (oohgy, ooohgy, oooohgy.... humbug!) Bah humbug! What is all this talk about a day off? Employees think so inconsistently!
If they don’t work on Christmas day, then we shall take it from their pay!
That’s the way Christmas ought to be! Bah humbug!

 

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Drosselmeyer
3 hours ago, Santa Bruce Geron said:

That's the problem, I can't figure out which film production.

 

2 hours ago, SCSanta said:

 

 

I still don't know it as a movie. The quote as I know it are actually lyrics to a 15 minute stage musical called Cool Yule that is often performed by school groups. The character singing these particular lyrics in Cool Yule happens to be Scrooge, but I don't know it as a movie. Here are some of the lyrics...and a link to the song on YouTube (minute 9:40)

MR. SCROOGE
Ho, ho, here comes Mr. Scrooge! Ho, ho, here comes Mr. Scrooge! Everybody ought to get up early, but not to see the presents neath the tree.
Let’s cut out this good neighbor day, and add another labor day!
That’s the way Christmas ought to be!

 Ho, ho, here comes Mr. Scrooge! Ho, ho, here comes Mr. Scrooge! Bah humbug! Bah humbug! No Christmas carols for me! (No Christmas carols!)
Bah humbug! That’s my song and I’ll sing it happily!
 (oohgy, ooohgy, oooohgy.... humbug!) Bah humbug! What is all this talk about a day off? Employees think so inconsistently!
If they don’t work on Christmas day, then we shall take it from their pay!
That’s the way Christmas ought to be! Bah humbug!

 

OK

interesting that the lyric is in another production....

the song is sung by Scrooge McDuck in Mickeys Christmas Carol

Disney had a habit of releasing LPs of many of it's attractions and several of the animated stories - including this one (I have both) - much of the soundtrack and dialogue is the same - but there are some differences - in this version Scrooge sings a whole Bah Humbug song including the lyric above - as I noted in the original posting it is on the LP, but not in every version of the video.....

 

 

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Drosselmeyer

Here's another one - hope this is easier....

"That's What Christmas Memories Are Made From, They're Not planned, They're Not Scheduled, Nobody Puts Them In Their Blackberry, They Just Happen"

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Drosselmeyer
On 9/20/2018 at 9:41 PM, Drosselmeyer said:

Here's another one - hope this is easier....

"That's What Christmas Memories Are Made From, They're Not planned, They're Not Scheduled, Nobody Puts Them In Their Blackberry, They Just Happen"

Nobody going to guess ???

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Felix Estridge
6 minutes ago, Drosselmeyer said:

Nobody going to guess ???

Deck the Halls

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Drosselmeyer
1 minute ago, Felix Estridge said:

Deck the Halls

You Sir - are CORECCT

Well Done !!

 

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Tommy

"Where's Flick?"  "Has anyone seen Flick?"  

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SCSanta
44 minutes ago, Tommy said:

"Where's Flick?"  "Has anyone seen Flick?"  

"Flick? Flick Who?"  I too am a fan of A Christmas Story

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Tommy

Yes, you are correct!!! Flick was outside in the snow with his tongue stuck to the flagpole. 

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