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Quiz: Christmas Movies

posted by Nell Minow

How many of these Christmas movie questions can you answer?
1. Two successful male performers have to step in for a sister act to perform one of their signature songs.
2. There are many versions of the Dickens classic “A Christmas Carol,” but only one has dual Marley ghosts. Which one?
3. And which version has an aptly-named performer playing the lead role?
4. Which classic television movie features the Heat Miser and the Snow Miser? Extra credit: Who is their mother?
5. Name three inhabitants of the Island of Misfit Toys.
6. What classic has a child recite the story of the nativity from the Gospel of Luke?
7. Which Christmas classic has two characters named Bert and Ernie?
8. Which movie has one character ask whether Santa sleeps with his beard outside or inside the covers?
9. Which movie features Cindy Lou Who?
10. What was the secret message revealed by Ralphie’s decoder ring?



  • Dave

    Nell – An excellent quiz that brought back a ton of fond memories! Thanks.
    1. White Christmas
    2. A Muppet Christmas Carol
    3. This one has me stumped, and I’m familar with a lot of versions of this story
    4. The Year Without a Santa Claus/Mother Nature
    5. A train with square wheels, Charlie-in-the-Box, the spotted elephant
    6. A Charlie Brown Christmas
    7. It’s A Wonderful Life
    8. Miracle on 34th Street
    9. How The Grinch Stole Christmas
    10. Be sure to drink more Ovaltine

  • http://blog.beliefnet.com/moviemom/ Nell Minow

    Well done, Dave! You’ve inspired me, and I am posting another (harder!) quiz soon. As for the one you missed, here’s a hint. It’s a little bit of a trick question, but the “actor” who plays Scrooge shares his name.

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