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A Merry Little Christmas (2006)

When the annual Christmas decorations contest in a small American town starts to get out of hand, there is only one solution: ban Christmas!

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P.J. McIlvaine
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Cast

Credited cast:
Matt McCoy ... Norbert Bridges
Jane Sibbett ... Madeline Bridges
Adam Ferrara ... Donnie Manning
Carol Alt ... Irene Manning
Hunter Gomez ... Kevin Bridges
Christa B. Allen ... Holly
Anthony Mangano ... Humphrey
Anne Ramsay ... Claudia Walden
Kevin Brown ... Cleveland Tyrell
Jessica Lundy ... Noelle
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Chris Abel Chris Abel ... Crowdy Rowdy #1
Anthony Annunziata Anthony Annunziata ... Mover #2 / Bar Patron
Rob Benson Rob Benson ... Crowdy Rowdy #3
Laura Lynn Berrios ... Committee Member #1
John Bolger ... Counilman
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When the annual Christmas decorations contest in a small American town starts to get out of hand, there is only one solution: ban Christmas!

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Genres:

Comedy | Family

Motion Picture Rating (MPAA)

Rated PG for some mild thematic elements and language | See all certifications »
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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

November 2006 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

The Town That Banned Christmas See more »

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Budget:

$200,000 (estimated)
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Color
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Also known as 'The Town That Banned Christmas' See more »

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When Christmas Comes to Town
Written by Peter Mazzeo and Jeff Denlea
Performed by Peter Mazzeo
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Well, if you won't I will...
15 December 2012 | by Nick CopernicusSee all my reviews

I can't believe that no one has taken the time or the effort to review this movie. So, I will.

For every bad actor there is a bad film. For every failed punchline there is a moment of comedic bliss. You probably thought that I was going to draw some startling comparison between the two. Sorry.

You know when you see a squirrel just about to be hit by a car? But, suddenly, like the squirrel had taken a yoga class for the past six months, it slips between the car tires and makes it out to the other side? You give a little cheer, right?

Okay, so if you can't conjure up that image, how about this: You are a cat nip stuffer. A stuffer of cat nip. Not stuffing cat nip in untoward places, simply into balls. Or small candy cane shaped fluffy toys void of catnip. Your job is to fill cat nip into toys that you know are going to make one cat very, VERY happy. Feel good, right?

What does this have to do with the movie?

Nothing.

Why do I mention it?

My mom said, if you can't say anything good about something, say nothing at all.

P.S. It could have been worse.


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