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Can You Pass This True Or False Holiday Movie Quiz?

Each of these holiday classics has stood the test of time. We play them year after year, yet many of us don't know basic facts about these iconic Christmas movies. Think you can match the Christmas movie to the fact? Let's find out!
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True or false: Prior to It’s a Wonderful Life, most productions used painted cornflakes as fake snow.
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True or false: Though now a Christmas classic, It’s a Wonderful Life was actually kind of a box office bomb on its release. It lost $525,000.
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True or false: In "Home Alone," the art director's son was done up to look like a boy and play the role of Buzz's girlfriend.
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False

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True or false: Mike Meyers was originally cast to play Buddy in the film "Elf."
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True or false: While filming "Elf," Ferrell ended up having trouble getting any sleep while filming due to the amount of sugar he was eating.
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True or false: Peter Billingsley, the former child star who played Ralphie in 1983’s A Christmas Story, has a cameo in "Elf" as one of the supervisors in Santa’s workshop.
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False

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True or false: "The Muppet Christmas Carol" was the last Muppet movie made after the death of creator Jim Henson.
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True or false: Transforming Tim Allen into Mr. Claus for 1994’s "The Santa Clause" took just one hour.
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True or false: The Grinch was depicted in black-and-white in the original Dr. Seuss book. It was director Chuck Jones’s idea to make him green for the 1966 animated feature.
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True or false: Despite being a Christmas film, Miracle on 34th Street was released on July 4, 1947.
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C+, Film Flop

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While you might love a good holiday classic, this true or false quiz threw you for a loop! When it comes down to it, you know the movies themselves, not the behind the scenes fact that only a true film buff would know. Better luck next time!

B+, Holiday Hot Shot

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Based on the results of this quiz, you're a holiday hot shot! It's obvious that you love a good holiday film, especially when there's a bit of gossip to go along with the plot. Whether it's "The Santa Clause" or "It's A Wonderful Life," you know these films better than most. We'll toast to that!

A+, Holiday Holly

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Based on the results of this quiz, you're holiday holly! Unlike most people, you know your holiday classics inside and out. From the plot points to the antics on set, you understand that these classics are more than what meets the eye. Go ahead and pour that glass of egg nog, you've earned it!
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1
True or false: Prior to It’s a Wonderful Life, most productions used painted cornflakes as fake snow.
True
False
2
True or false: Though now a Christmas classic, It’s a Wonderful Life was actually kind of a box office bomb on its release. It lost $525,000.
True
False
3
True or false: In "Home Alone," the art director's son was done up to look like a boy and play the role of Buzz's girlfriend.
True
False
4
True or false: Mike Meyers was originally cast to play Buddy in the film "Elf."
True
False
5
True or false: While filming "Elf," Ferrell ended up having trouble getting any sleep while filming due to the amount of sugar he was eating.
True
False
6
True or false: Peter Billingsley, the former child star who played Ralphie in 1983’s A Christmas Story, has a cameo in "Elf" as one of the supervisors in Santa’s workshop.
True
False
7
True or false: "The Muppet Christmas Carol" was the last Muppet movie made after the death of creator Jim Henson.
True
False
8
True or false: Transforming Tim Allen into Mr. Claus for 1994’s "The Santa Clause" took just one hour.
True
False
9
True or false: The Grinch was depicted in black-and-white in the original Dr. Seuss book. It was director Chuck Jones’s idea to make him green for the 1966 animated feature.
True
False
10
True or false: Despite being a Christmas film, Miracle on 34th Street was released on July 4, 1947.
True
False

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