A Christmas Story

1983

PG

94 Min

A Christmas Story

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A Christmas Story is a classic Christmas film about a young boy who wants an air rifle for Christmas yet his parents won't allow it saying “you’ll shoot your eye out.” The film illustrates the comic mishaps and adventures of a young boy named Ralph in the winter in a small town in America in the 1940’s.

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Released:
Nov 18th, 1983
Budget:
$3,300,000.00
Revenue:
$19,294,144.00
Country:
USA

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- If you read Ralphie's lips during the Higbee's Corner window scene, you will notice that he is reading the text in Red Rider's speech balloon.

- SPOILER: The first two carols heard in the opening of the movie are "Deck the Halls" and "Jingle Bells," the same two carols sung by the staff (in the same order) at the Chinese restaurant to…More

- Bob Clark also directed Porkys, also the opposite of this movie and was a blockbuster when it came out, as opposed to Christmas story which had a disappointing box office in 1984 but grew…More

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