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Christmas Movie Quiz!

December 20th, 2010 | Filed under: news | Posted by Elf jennifer

How well do you know your movies?

1. Which Christmas favorite features such characters as the angel Clarence, the old curmudgeon Mr. Potter and the generous George Bailey?

    Miracle on 34th Street
    The Gift
    The Spirit of Christmas
    It’s a Wonderful Life
2. ‘A Charlie Brown Christmas’ was a made-for-TV animated film that debuted in 1965, the first animated ‘Peanuts’ special. In this special, which character quotes ‘the true meaning of Christmas’?

    Charlie Brown
3. The original 1966 animated version of Dr. Seuss’s Christmas book ‘How the Grinch Stole Christmas!’ has simply become a classic. Which actor, known for his horror film roles, provided both the narration for this show and the voice of the Grinch?

    Peter Lorre
    Bela Lugosi
    Boris Karloff
    Lon Chaney, Jr.
4. When one thinks of Christmas films, one can’t help but reminisce about ‘A Christmas Story’, the tale of a young boy named Ralphie who is practically obsessed with getting which type of item as a Christmas gift?

    BB gun
    Model car
    GI Joe doll
5. Many great versions of Charles Dickens’ classic short novel ‘A Christmas Carol’ have been released to the silver screen. One of the most beloved is the 1951 version, entitled ‘Scrooge’, which features which actor in the title role?

    John Mills
    Walter Huston
    Alec Guinness
    Alistair Sim
6. Which 1988 action film, starring Bruce Willis and Alan Rickman, is not usually thought of as a Christmas film, but indeed has Xmas as a theme throughout?

    Lethal Weapon
    Die Hard
    Remo Williams
    Out for Justice
7. Jack Skellington, Oogie Boogie and Sally are among the characters that can be found lurking about in which unconventional Christmas-time extravaganza?

    A Cosmic Christmas
    The Nightmare Before Christmas
    The Forgotten Toys
    The House Without a Christmas Tree
8. ‘Miracle on 34th Street’ broke into theaters just in the nick of time in 1947. What is the name of the sweet little girl played by Natalie Woods in this heartwarming Christmas classic?

9. ‘Rudolph, the Red-Nosed Reindeer’ was a fantastic animated short film, made originally for television in 1964. Which of these is not the name of a character that appears in this charming little story?

    Yukon Cornelius
    Heat Miser
10. ‘Holiday Inn’ was a 1942 film featuring two of the biggest names in Hollywood history, namely Fred Astaire and Bing Crosby. Which Christmas-related song did Bing Crosby immortalize through voice and whistle in this film?

    Deck the Halls
    The Christmas Song
    Winter Wonderland
    White Christmas

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