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A Christmas Story: Behind the Scenes

For twenty-four hours straight on December 24th, the 1983 film 'A Christmas Story' is played continuously on television--and for good reason! Funny characters and the infamous quote "You'll shoot your eye out!" have long been a holiday tradition for many Ralphie Parker fans. Take this quiz and dig into the roots of this memorable holiday film!
 
11 Questions, Hard difficulty
Played 572 times
Rating - (4.00 of 5.00), 12 vote(s)
Written by lyonl25
Posted Online: Nov 29, 2007
Last Modified: Never


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