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Santa Bruce Geron
51 minutes ago, SCSanta said:

"You' guys have got an ad with America's favorite old fart...reading a book in front of a fireplace. Now, I have to kill all of you."

One of my favourite, Scrooged.

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Drosselmeyer
1 hour ago, SCSanta said:

Does this charming gem sound familiar to anyone???

"You' guys have got an ad with America's favorite old fart...reading a book in front of a fireplace. Now, I have to kill all of you."

That charming quote sounds like Bill Murray in Scrooged .... perhaps ???

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Drosselmeyer

This should be an easy one . . .

"...No man is a failure who has friends."

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SCSanta
7 hours ago, Drosselmeyer said:

This should be an easy one . . .

"...No man is a failure who has friends."

Aha...an unspoken movie quote from A Wonderful Movie Life!

Atta-boy Clarence!

 

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Drosselmeyer
42 minutes ago, SCSanta said:

Aha...an unspoken movie quote from A Wonderful Movie Life!

Atta-boy Clarence!

 

You got it Sir !!!

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Drosselmeyer

here's another one - shouldn't be too hard....

"Peppermint! What I've been searching for all my life! I've struck it rich! I've got me a peppermint mine! Wahooooo!"

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Santa Johnny Boy

Pulling out on from the obscure Christmas movie files. It is a Christmas movie.  Didn't do too well at the box office. Not your warm and goosie kind of Christmas movie, although it does have a few nice moments.

Here's the quote: " Ah, the holidays. The most wonderful time of the year. And so, begins my tale."

Here is your hint: Steve Martin

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Drosselmeyer
58 minutes ago, Santa Johnny Boy said:

Pulling out on from the obscure Christmas movie files. It is a Christmas movie.  Didn't do too well at the box office. Not your warm and goosie kind of Christmas movie, although it does have a few nice moments.

Here's the quote: " Ah, the holidays. The most wonderful time of the year. And so, begins my tale."

Here is your hint: Steve Martin

Loving the Coopers ???

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Santa Johnny Boy
10 hours ago, Drosselmeyer said:

Loving the Coopers ???

Actually, it's Love the Coopers!  How did you ever get this one??? I didn't think ANYBODY saw it!

Bonus question: What Clausnet Santa appears as an extra?

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Drosselmeyer
5 hours ago, Santa Johnny Boy said:

Actually, it's Love the Coopers!  How did you ever get this one??? I didn't think ANYBODY saw it!

Bonus question: What Clausnet Santa appears as an extra?

I have no idea

I'm gonna guess @Santa Johnny Boy.....

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Santa Johnny Boy
7 hours ago, Drosselmeyer said:

I have no idea

I'm gonna guess @Santa Johnny Boy.....

DING DING DING DING DING! Ladies and gentlemen, we have a winner! :thumbup:

Ah, yes, my big scene with John Goodman. Second Santa from the left - a full 1.3 seconds of screen time about 28 minutes into the film.

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Drosselmeyer
24 minutes ago, Santa Johnny Boy said:

DING DING DING DING DING! Ladies and gentlemen, we have a winner! :thumbup:

Ah, yes, my big scene with John Goodman. Second Santa from the left - a full 1.3 seconds of screen time about 28 minutes into the film.

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I KNOW A MOVIE STAR !?!?!?!? :santa_shocked: WOW !!! :sc_wahoo: CAN I HAVE YOUR AUTOGRAPH ??? :santa_cheesy:

               that is way super cool !

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Drosselmeyer

Here's another one . . . 

     don't even think I have this on DVD anymore

                   "You're skipping Christmas?! Isn't that against the law?"

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Felix Estridge
4 hours ago, Drosselmeyer said:

Here's another one . . . 

     don't even think I have this on DVD anymore

                   "You're skipping Christmas?! Isn't that against the law?"

Christmas with the Kranks

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Drosselmeyer
25 minutes ago, Felix Estridge said:

Christmas with the Kranks

Well done Sir !!!

I went off to a random one and you still got it . . .

gonna have to dig deeper...

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Felix Estridge
2 hours ago, Drosselmeyer said:

Well done Sir !!!

I went off to a random one and you still got it . . .

gonna have to dig deeper...

Yep...you're going to have to dig deeper.  I could even see the scene in my head when I read it.

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Bama Kringle

And since the (much better) book was titled "Skipping Christmas"...  :)

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Santa Johnny Boy

Okay, I'm going back into the obscure file again. This time, no clues!

If this is their idea of Christmas, I gotta be here for New Year's.

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Felix Estridge
39 minutes ago, Santa Johnny Boy said:

Okay, I'm going back into the obscure file again. This time, no clues!

If this is their idea of Christmas, I gotta be here for New Year's.

The questionable "Christmas movie"...Die Hard

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Drosselmeyer
1 hour ago, Santa Johnny Boy said:

Okay, I'm going back into the obscure file again. This time, no clues!

If this is their idea of Christmas, I gotta be here for New Year's.

I thought Bruce Willis publicly stated that Die Hard was not a Christmas movie 

    - - - but then again, Gremlins wasn't much of a Christmas movie either...

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Drosselmeyer

How could this movie not be on everyone's favorites list ? ....

"A wandering vagrant am I, a product of sheriffs evictions.

     A gypsy by birth, I have roamed half the earth, telling fortunes and making predictions."

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Santa Johnny Boy
10 hours ago, Felix Estridge said:

The questionable "Christmas movie"...Die Hard

Another winner!  FYI: IMDb's List of the 100 Top Christmas Movies of All Time, "Die Hard" is #2. https://www.imdb.com/list/ls000096828/

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Drosselmeyer
9 hours ago, Drosselmeyer said:

How could this movie not be on everyone's favorites list ? ....

"A wandering vagrant am I, a product of sheriffs evictions.

     A gypsy by birth, I have roamed half the earth, telling fortunes and making predictions."

C'mon  @Felix Estridge don't let me down....

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Felix Estridge
12 hours ago, Drosselmeyer said:

How could this movie not be on everyone's favorites list ? ....

"A wandering vagrant am I, a product of sheriffs evictions.

     A gypsy by birth, I have roamed half the earth, telling fortunes and making predictions."

Before my time, but...Babes in Toyland

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Drosselmeyer
1 hour ago, Felix Estridge said:

Before my time, but...Babes in Toyland

You are Correct yet again !!!

           before my time too, but can I tell you I had a serious crush on Annette when I was a kid ???

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