Been watching "A Christmas Story" all day today? I would usually say I am also, but...I can't stop watching "Four Christmases"--constant laughter on my end. Which movie are you watching today? Love the area where you are watching it? Call me if you don't--I can find a new, cozy home with an area to be comfortable in! www.michelleforemanrealtor.com or firstname.lastname@example.org. Getting back to A Christmas Story, below are some fun movie facts. Hope you all are having a wonderful, wonderful day!
Only a fraction of the movie was filmed at the Cleveland W. 11th Street home now visited by 60,000 people a year. Scenes filmed at the Cleveland house have the drapes open in the living room - but on the sound stage they used for other living room scenes, the drapes are closed.
The carpenter who made the crate that the famous leg lamp was delivered in neglected to measure the doorway. Watch closely during that scene, and you'll notice the "T" on "THIS SIDE UP" disappears—because the crew had to trim the box to get it inside the Cleveland home.
Three copies of the "old man's statue" were used in the movie—and none survived filming.
Actor Peter Billingsly still owns the original pink bunny suit.
Scott Schwartz, who played Flick, was a prankster on set, so when his character got his tongue stuck to a telephone pole, director Bob Clark took the opportunity for payback and called a lunch break. That arm-flapping is real.
Melinda Dillon, who plays the mom, shone in one of the movie's funniest scenes: the Chinese dinner. And that's because her surprise at seeing a duck with a head served was real. She was intentionally given the wrong script for that scene.
Info taken from http://www.10news.com/lifestyle/holiday/6-things-you-may-not-have-known-about-a-christmas-story
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