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    Anyways...


    It has Nuns.
    It has Nazis.

    It has Nuns and Nazis
    It has Nuns and Nazis and Julie Andrews
    It has Nuns and Nazis and Julie Andrews and Christopher Plummer
    It has Nuns and Nazis and Julie Andrews and Christopher Plummer Rodgers and a Oscar Hammerstein Soundtrack


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    It has Nuns and Nazis and Julie Andrews and Christopher Plummer Rodgers and a Oscar Hammerstein Soundtrack and jazz


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    The night Freddy stole Christmas. Nothing better than watch Freddy cut those children up as they wait near the fireplace with a carrot and mince pie. Fun for all the family and guaranteed not to get a peep out of the kids once their in bed.
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    The Comic Strip presents Mr Jolly Lives Next door.

    No real Christmas theme but myself and my three brothers would sit down on Christmas Day to watch it together every year.
    I was on my own this year and couldn't get the DVD player to work so missed out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DoctorStrangelove View Post
    Or "Melly Chlistmas Mr Lawrence".
    It's not Christmas without a bit of razy lacism...

    Scrooged for me. Honourable mentions for Bad Santa and Gremlins, and the Christmas Eve classic Rear Window (which they showed this year at 3am - tossers)
    His heart is in the right place - shame we can't say the same about his brain...

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    Quote Originally Posted by AtW View Post
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    in top 10 of my list but you can count miracle on 34th street, Trading places Santa Clause, Grinch & Elf.

    and yes Steve McQueen on a motorbike, plus of course Von Ryan's express.
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    Quote Originally Posted by vetran View Post
    Yippi Kay Yay MF.

    in top 10 of my list but you can count miracle on 34th street, Trading places Santa Clause, Grinch & Elf.

    and yes Steve McQueen on a motorbike, plus of course Von Ryan's express.
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