Can you match these Christmas quotes with the movies they come from?

Now, what kind of Christmas were those folks hoping for...? You tell us!

It's the time of year where everyone brushes off a handful of holiday turns-of-phrase that reminds us what makes the season merry and bright. 

The only question is… do you remember where these quotes come from?

We've gathered some of the most popular references from your favorite holiday movies and we want to know: Can you match these Christmas quotes to the correct movies and specials? We're going way beyond your simple "ho-ho-ho" – good luck!

  1. Name the holiday classic that gave us this quote: “I never thought it was such a bad little tree. It’s not bad at all really. Maybe it just needs a little love.”
  2. Name the holiday classic that gave us this quote: "There’s a certain magic that comes with the very first snow. For when the first snow is also a Christmas snow, well, something wonderful is bound to happen."
  3. Name the movie that gave us this quote: "You'll shoot your eye out, kid!"
  4. Name the movie that gave us this quote: "God bless us, every one."
  5. Name the movie that gave us this quote: "Look, Daddy! Teacher says, every time a bell rings, an angel gets its wings."
  6. Name the movie that gave us this quote: "Merry Christmas, ya filthy animal."
  7. Name the movie that gave us this quote: "Oh, Christmas isn't just a day; it's a frame of mind."
  8. Name the movie that gave us this quote: "Maybe Christmas, he thought, doesn’t come from a store. Maybe Christmas, perhaps, means a little bit more!"
  9. Name the movie that gave us this quote: "For a couple of hours out of the whole year we are the people that we always hoped we would be."
  10. Name the movie that gave us this quote: "When what's left of you gets around to what's left to be gotten, what's left to be gotten won't be worth getting whatever it is you've got left."

Can you match these Christmas quotes with the movies they come from?

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MeAgain65 1 month ago
8/10. Ohh well . Never seen white Christmas .
Thomas 2 months ago
7/10 Glad I remembered line from "Miracle..." - my fave Xmas film.
Lacey 2 months ago
9/10 I do not remember that line in Home Alone.
MrBill 2 months ago
10/10; fairly easy quiz - the ones I did not know I got by process of elimination.
AllisonWunderland 2 months ago
Got 10/10...had to ponder on a couple but I got it! 😂👌
JKMallaber 2 months ago
Lots of good movies represented. Got all but #7. Don't remember that quote from "Miracle on 34th Street."

A couple of my favorite movies that were not included are "The Bells of St. Mary's" and "Come to the Stable" (not easy to find, but well worth it.) Good quotes in both!
DIGGER1 2 months ago
Can you match these Christmas quotes with the movies they come from?
I got 10 out of 10
Ho-ho-holy cow! You are holiday movie pro! Well done!
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UNBELIEVABLE! Some of these movies I haven't seen in years, and some of them I've never even watched, and yet I got every one of them right. Am I a genius, or what? Don't answer that, please, or I'll get a swelled head, you dig? LOL!
Robert 2 months ago
9/10. Fun Quiz! I can't believe I got #2 the Frosty and Rudolph question wrong! I guessed Frosty! I remember as a kid, watching Rudolph the first time it aired, sponsored by General Electric in 1964!! I should be run over by the Norelco Santa for missing one of the easiest questions...
NVDan 2 months ago
I got 10 out of 10 but to be fair I guessed on the 10th one. I knew it wasn't from It's A Wonderful Life.
I'm also wondering how TV specials like A Charlie Brown Christmas and Frosty the Snowman count as movies.
VinceClews 2 months ago
What about this from "A Charlie Brown Christmas"? "For there is born to you this day in the city of David a Savior, who is Christ the Lord. And this will be the sign to you: You will find a Babe wrapped in swaddling cloths, lying in a [d]manger.” And suddenly there was with the angel a multitude of the heavenly host praising God and saying: 'Glory to God in the highest, And on earth peace, goodwill[e] toward men!'"
daDoctah VinceClews 2 months ago
Well, for starters it wasn't originally written for the Charlie Brown special....
Part of the trinity of reasons the creators were sure their Christmas special
would be rejected. The others being jazz and a negative view of commercialism.
A certain syndicate may have been watching...
Joe 2 months ago
"I got 10 out of 10
Ho-ho-holy cow! You are holiday movie pro! Well done!"
JDnHuntsvilleAL 2 months ago
#10 wasn't fair. "White Christmas" and "Holiday Inn" are the same movie.
dearboss JDnHuntsvilleAL 2 months ago
Not at all. Fred Astaire was in holiday inn and there was this unfortunate scene/skit done in blackface.
JDnHuntsvilleAL dearboss 2 months ago
I'm not saying it was EXACTLY the same movie, but YEAH, "White Christmas" was a colorized remake of "Holiday Inn."
The film is neither a sequel to, nor a remake of, Holiday Inn (1942), a persistent myth that continues to this day. Aside from both films starring Bing Crosby and featuring Irving Berlin scores (most notably the chestnut "White Christmas"), the plots and characters' names are completely different. In the first film, Crosby and co-star Fred Astaire compete for the affections of the same woman (first Virginia Dale, then Marjorie Reynolds - although each woman eventually ends up with one of the men), while in the second film, Crosby and Danny Kaye fall for sisters Rosemary Clooney and Vera-Ellen, and are paired off almost immediately. There is also no subplot of an inn open only during the holidays in White Christmas: it is one inn on the verge of bankruptcy, due to lack of customers and snow.
-IMDB
JeffTanner 2 months ago
I got 7 out of 10 --------Things are still looking merry and bright ------you know all of the important lines!
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