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Not every Christmas movie or television special becomes an enduring classic, destined for annual repeats and holiday marathons.

In fact, many of these ill-fated attempts at Christmas cheer aren't even available on DVD. They've been forgotten like misfit toys, and justly so.

Here are our picks for the 10 worst Christmas movies and TV specials. Beware — they're pure jingle hell.

http://www.daytondailynews.com/l/content/oh/story/living/holiday/2006/12/05/ddn120606lifebadholidaytv.html

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Babes in Toyland?! I love Babes in Toyland! Never realised that Drew Barrymore or Keanu Reeves were in it, though.

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BiT was... oddly spooky. An example of something that is made for children but instead of staying sweet and pleasant, reveals some of the darker side of childrens' imaginations.

Getting harder to find movies like that lately, I think.

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I don't remember it being spooky, although it's been a while since I've seen it.

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Barrymore, who was drinking and doing drugs by age 12, played a little girl who bumps her head and wakes up in Toyland on Christmas Eve.
I don't see what this has to do with the movie. I mean, I don't think it was all that good, but there's really no evidence of her drinking/drug use in the movie.

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Originally posted by jessboo:
Babes in Toyland?! I love Babes in Toyland! Never realised that Drew Barrymore or Keanu Reeves were in it, though.

Are you thinking of the one with Annette Funicelo?

I myself have never seen the one mentioned in the article.

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Sheepishly admits I probably watched the pac-man special when it came out... I watched the Saturday morning cartoon religiously even though I knew it was awful, just because it was pac-man.

Edit: because "aful" isn't a word in English that I know of.

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I *love* Babes in Toyland with Reeves & Barrymore. Its as cheesy as all get out but its so much campy fun to watch. And as a Keanu fan, its a bonus because he sings!!

I saw 'Silent Night, Deadly Night' at a party in Jr High. All I remember is hiding my eyes a lot from the gory scenes & boobs.

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I think that "Santa Claus Conquers the Martians" is hilarious, I watch it every year. As for "Jingle All the Way", it's definitely not the brightest thing out there, but I always considered it a tolerable-enough Christmas movie for young kids.

I agree with the article on the eight others though (well, the ones that I've seen anyways). Bad stuff!

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What - is there no-one to defend the Star Wars Holiday Special?

Here is a nice Star Wars Holiday Special fan site for those of you who might have missed the full horror of the event.

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quote:
Originally posted by jessboo:
Babes in Toyland?! I love Babes in Toyland! Never realised that Drew Barrymore or Keanu Reeves were in it, though.

I love it too, but I hope you're thinking of the original version with Annette Funicello. That one is indeed wonderful!

I remember trying to convince my parents to videotape the PacMan special when it was on (our first Christmas with a VCR!) and having them refuse. I guess they were right to do so. They did let me watch it in the end, at least. I don't recall being sorry I wouldn't have it on tape to watch again!

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quote:
Originally posted by Dropbear:
What - is there no-one to defend the Star Wars Holiday Special?

Egad. It's the only one in the list that I've actually seen - and I remembered it only vaguely. Since seeing the footage again on the net, I now realise I'd clearly blotted out most of the horror!

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My kids and I love "Jack Frost" and "Jingle All the Way." Poo on the reviewer!

IMO, he missed one: this new piece o' crap starring Steve Guttenberg as the son-of-and-soon-to-be-the-new Santa. We wasted an entire evening watching both parts.

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When I was a kid (in the late 60's/early 70's), we lived in a small town at the bottom of a narrow valley, and the one and only channel we had on TV was the low-on-budget Swiss French Television that would bring the same two movies on every holiday, year after year after year :

How Green was my Valley
http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0033729/

The King and I
http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0049408/

... not really bad movies per se, and not too glurgy for Xmas (I understand there's much worse than that), but if see one of those two once more, my head will explode.

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I'd put Mr. Hanky on my list.

I really like the Laurel and Hardy Babes in Toyland, though the juvenile lovers are fast-forward fodder. Stan's daughter, by the way, gave her blessing to the colorized version because "if they'd had the money, my father and Babe would have done the film in color."

How about the awful TV version of It's a Wonderful Life? Or the original film with the alternate killing-spree ending?

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There's something wrong with that list if they forgot Smoky Mountain Christmas, in which Dolly Parton befriends escaped orphans, develops a romance with "Mountain Dan the mountain man", and battles a horse-riding witch named Jezebel. Also, Henry Winkler directed it. So how'd that not make the cut, huh?

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Wasn't there a Star Trek Christmas episode that was so awful it never aired or was a friend of mine pulling my leg when he told me about it?

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quote:
Originally posted by Spamamander in a pear tree:
Sheepishly admits I probably watched the pac-man special when it came out... I watched the Saturday morning cartoon religiously even though I knew it was awful, just because it was pac-man.

Edit: because "aful" isn't a word in English that I know of.

They usually play it on Cartoon Network this time of year. Though with the proliferation on there now of CN originals for kids and anime, they may not this year. (And it was a daytime showing, not Adult Swim).

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Nestor the Long Eared Christmas Donkey.

If you haven't seen it, you have something to be thankful for this holiday season.

Pure glurge, in stop-motion animation form.

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Anybody else remember the one from the late '80s with Andy Williams and the kids from The Cosby Show? I seem to recall there was some sort of parody of Back To The Future involved in the story - to the extent that there was a story.

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quote:
Originally posted by Dropbear:
What - is there no-one to defend the Star Wars Holiday Special?

Here is a nice Star Wars Holiday Special fan site for those of you who might have missed the full horror of the event.

Dropbear

I have never understood why Lucas won't let this one get on DVD. Yes, it's bad. I saw it when it originally aired and knew it, though I didn't understand the depth of bad it was. Thing is, there is such an awareness of it due to the 'Net and even bootlegs can be found if you look...seems to me there'd be a ton of money to be made in putting it on DVD along with some other stuff, maybe Lucas doing a commentary on what a bad idea it was, things like that.

The fans have money and they would buy.

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I suspect that Lucas's cash reserves are sufficently large that he can indulge his pride (and ego) by pretending that the holiday special didn't exist.

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TV Specials of British sitcoms are normally interesting because they normally longer than the normal 30 minutes.

The writers of Only Fools & Horses and One Foot In The Grave managed most times to stretch things to 90 minues (no breaks either, being BBC shows!) & produce something really good.

One normally good sitcom in the 1990s which tried this with mixed results was 2.4 Children. This show often could become surreal. (think of it as a British Rosanne trying to be a live action Simpsons!)

The lamest Xmas special seemed to be so short of ideas that even as a regular episode it would have been sub-par, but 40 minutes of most of the regulars locked in a cupboard on a cruise liner was a real effort to watch, & makes 2001 seem quick paced by comparison.

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quote:
Originally posted by pob14:
Nestor the Long Eared Christmas Donkey.

If you haven't seen it, you have something to be thankful for this holiday season.

Pure glurge, in stop-motion animation form.

Yeah. Just think Dumbo, if his mom dies on top of him.

Merry Christmas kids!

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I have to admit that I've never seen it, but when I saw He-Man & She-Ra : A Christmas Special today, I immediately thought of this thread.

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quote:
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quote:
Originally posted by pob14:
Nestor the Long Eared Christmas Donkey.

If you haven't seen it, you have something to be thankful for this holiday season.

Pure glurge, in stop-motion animation form.

Yeah. Just think Dumbo, if his mom dies on top of him.
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Hmph. I LIKE Nestor the Long-Eared Christmas Donkey. [Razz] I'm also a big sap, especially for little animals that get teased.

My husband made me watch some of the Star Wars Holiday Special on YouTube, and I've yet to forgive him for that.

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quote:
Originally posted by zman977:
Wasn't there a Star Trek Christmas episode that was so awful it never aired or was a friend of mine pulling my leg when he told me about it?

Although there was a Halloween episode at the beginning of the second season entitled "Catspaw", there was never any Christmas episode. Your friend might have been taken in by the story of A Most Illogical Holiday, which is clearly satire (given both the Harlan Ellison reference and the fact of how bad any TOS episode would have to be to not be shown, seeing as how Spock's Brain and The Way To Eden made it to air)

buf 'that'd be like a script too stupid for the Three Stooges [Wink] ' ungla

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I'm sorry, but where where WHERE is Santa Claus?

You know, the one where he's fighting Satan? With the robot reindeer? And the little child slaves from around the world?

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Sorry to disappoint, but it was the Drew one I was thinking of. I didn't realise it was her because I was too young to know, when I last watched it.

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I'm grateful to learn that I'm not the only one that thought Jack Frost was more depressing than anything.

But hey, what do I know...I actually thought Eight Crazy Nights was hilarious.

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Originally posted by Brad from Georgia:
How about the awful TV version of It's a Wonderful Life? Or the original film with the alternate killing-spree ending?

What?!?! [Eek!]

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Brad, I assume the "killing-spree" ending you refer to relates to the Saturday Night Live spoof? It wasn't really a spree, but the whole town burst into Potter's office after Uncle Billy realized what happened to the money.

With spot-on impressions of James Stewart (Dana Carvey) and Lionel Barrymore (Jon Lovitz, I think), it was hilarious!

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Growing up I got stuck watching those horrible Bing Crosby family specials, when he acted like the whole family had talent. There's nothing entertaining about a kid struggling to get through the lyrics of a Christmas carol, nervous & way off key.

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quote:
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Brad, I assume the "killing-spree" ending you refer to relates to the Saturday Night Live spoof? It wasn't really a spree, but the whole town burst into Potter's office after Uncle Billy realized what happened to the money.

With spot-on impressions of James Stewart (Dana Carvey) and Lionel Barrymore (Jon Lovitz, I think), it was hilarious!

No, a "Simpsons" episode had Bart and Lisa unearthing two cannisters of movie footage: the end of Casablanca in which Ilsa gets together with Rick and they kill Hitler, and the "killing spree" ending of It's a Wonderful Life. By the way, I saw about fifteen minutes of the live-action "Year Without a Santa Claus" last night: the Heat Miser/Snow Miser number. It...just...made...my ....list.

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quote:
Originally posted by Nick Theodorakis:
I suspect that Lucas's cash reserves are sufficently large that he can indulge his pride (and ego) by pretending that the holiday special didn't exist.

Nick

Hopefully he will marry and leave everything to Yoko Ono before he passes away. Then she'll release it despite his wishes.

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