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Step up to the plate, movie trivia buffs

Discussion in 'Anything goes' started by SouthPaw, Dec 5, 2006.

  1. slappy4428

    slappy4428 Active Member

    They were all filmed in California and tried to pass off as the Tri-State area -- with real snow...
  2. SouthPaw

    SouthPaw New Member

    I'm as lost as everyone. It's part of this wonderful ::) office trivia game that the fine folks in HR crafted. I'm told it's the real deal, but I might have to have a chat with some people if the answer is anything along the line of "they're beloved by everyone, and make for warm experiences with those you hold dear while chestnuts roast on an open fire."

    Irving Berlin, Alfalfa, RKO, beginning on Christmas Eve, etc. are all common threads for two...
  3. Duane Postum

    Duane Postum Member

    How does Berlin figure into Life and 34th?
  4. Duane Postum

    Duane Postum Member

    Rather, Life OR 34th?
  5. SouthPaw

    SouthPaw New Member

    The song "This Is the Army, Mr. Jones," written by Berlin, appears in It's a Wonderful Life.

    And yes, I've spent WAY too much time with this today.
  6. Duane Postum

    Duane Postum Member

    You started this thing, you better finish it! ;)
  7. Ace

    Ace Well-Known Member

    The song White Christmas is beloved. The movie, eh, not so much.
  8. PeteyPirate

    PeteyPirate Guest

    Three movies that have never been in my kitchen.
  9. Gold

    Gold Active Member

    They were all released in the 1940s.
  10. Freelance Hack

    Freelance Hack Active Member

    South Paw,

    Are your judges confusing White Christmas with Holiday Inn?
  11. spnited

    spnited Active Member

    White Christmas, 1954
  12. mpcincal

    mpcincal Well-Known Member

    How about: Neither of the three were actually released during the Christmas season?

    I remember hearing that Miracle was released in the summer or thereabouts, and after that the studios required that "Christmas" movies actually be shown close to the holiday season. (I'll check imdb to make sure.)
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