Sunday, November 28, 2010

Christmas Movies!

'Tis the season.... to watch the best movies ever.

So here's our Christmas movie trivia for 2010......

The movie we are watching right now:
Gangster Johnny on TV: You was here, last night too, wasn't ya?

Mr. Hector, Hotel Concierge: Yes... sir, I was
Gangster Johnny on TV: You was here, and you was smoochin' wit my brother!
Mr. Hector, Hotel Concierge: [after a pause] I'm terribly sorry, sir, I'm afraid you're mistaken.
Gangster Johnny on TV: Don't gimme that! You've been smoochin' wit everybody! Snuffy. Al. Leo. Little Moe, with the gimpy leg. Cheeks. Boney Bob. Cliff.
Officer Cliff: [gasps] No!
[others stare at him in disgust]
Officer Cliff: It's a lie!
Gangster Johnny on TV: I could go on forever, baby!

I want to do this quote because it's so funny:
Mr. Parker: What is the name of the Lone Ranger's nephew's horse?

Mother: Ah... Victor! His name is Victor.
Mr. Parker: How the hell did you know that?
Mother: Everybody knows that!
But it may not be so easily recognizable.  So here's this one instead:
Mr. Parker reads a side of the box with the prize that he won]

Mr. Parker: Fra-gee-lay. That must be Italian.
Mrs. Parker: Uh, I think that says FRAGILE, dear.
Mr. Parker: Oh, yeah.

Josh introduced this one to me the first Christmas we were married:
Clark: Since this is Aunt Bethany's 80th Christmas, I think she should lead us in the saying of Grace.

Aunt Bethany: [turns to Lewis] What, dear?
Nora Griswold: Grace!
Aunt Bethany: Grace? She passed away thirty years ago.
Uncle Lewis: They want you to say Grace.
[Bethany shakes her head in confusion]
Uncle Lewis: The BLESSING!
Aunt Bethany: [they all pose for prayer] I pledge allegiance to the flag of the United States of America and to the republic for which it stands/ One nation, under God, indivisible, with liberty and justice for all.
Clark: Amen.

In honor of Emma who did this play in 2006:
Zuzu: Look, Daddy. Teacher says, every time a bell rings an angel gets his wings.

George: That's right, that's right.
George: Attaboy, Clarence.

One of my very favorite Christmas movies:
Buddy: It's just nice to meet another human that shares my affinity for elf culture.

In honor of our fun Christmas Eve last year:
Santa Claus: [voiceover, as the Hero Boy opens his package to reveal the lost sleigh bell] Found this on the seat of my sleigh. Better fix that hole in your pocket. Mr. C.

Emma was almost in this play:
District Attorney: What is your name?

Kris Kringle: Kris Kringle.
District Attorney: Where do you live?
Kris Kringle: That's what this hearing will decide.
Judge Henry X. Harper: A very sound answer, Mister Kringle.
District Attorney: Do you really believe that you're Santa Claus?
Kris Kringle: Of course.
District Attorney: [long pause] The state rests, your honor.

We need to watch the marathon of this one:
Charlie: [after Santa has fallen off of the roof] Look, Dad, he disappeared.

Scott Calvin: [looks around] He's naked somewhere.

A true Classic:
Linus: I never thought it was such a bad little tree. It's not bad at all, really. Maybe it just needs a little love.
And one last one:
I must stop this whole thing! Why, for fifty-three years I've put up with it now. I must stop Christmas from coming... but how?

And the BONUS:
Nora Krank, we're here for Frosty!

Leave a comment with your guesses!


Lori said...

1. Home Alone 2
2. A Christmas Story
3. NL Christmas vacation
4. It's a wonderful life
5. Elf
6. Polar Express
7. Miracle on 34th St
8. The Santa Clause
9. Charlie Brown Christmas
10.How the Grinch stole Christmas
Bonus: Christmas with the Kranks

Shell can you get this one:
"And I love grape jelly" in a singing voice.

I love watching the Santa Clause trilogy every year. It is one of my favorites.

Merinda Reeder said...

I agree with all Lori's guesses. Except I didn't get National Lampoons or the bonus.
And I definitely had #2 at the Lone Ranger's nephew's horse... I mean, it's in your soul if you faithfully watch the movie at least once annually.

Shelly said...

Lori: Mixed Nuts :D

colds1 said...

Is this where I get boo-ed for having never seen "A Christmas Story?"

Lori said...

:) Love Christmas movies!