Happy Ho-Ho-Holidays: Great Holiday Movies

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Mir250Whether it's a corporate Christmas party, a country club holiday gathering or a retirement community seasonal celebration, the "Happy Ho-Ho-Holidays" presentation arrives bearing gifts of laughter, nostalgia and holiday joy.
 
In a presentation lasting a little over an hour, Larry combines Christmas classic movie clips with behind-the-scene Hollywood insight and tales of Christmases past sure to entertain your group and inspire and touch hearts along the way.
 
We'll begin by boarding "The Polar Express," with stops along the way at everything from "White Christmas" to "The Santa Clause."  Of course our final holiday stop simply must be ... Well, you just have to join us to find out.
 
For availability and speaking fees, call 972-596-9157 or email lrratliff@verizon.net.

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Movie Memories Update

Daddy Dearest

Father's Day is June 16.  So here's a question:  Who is the best movie father in cinematic history?

Pinocchio300
(Courtesy: Walt Disney)

We could certainly make a case for Geppetto, the elderly woodcarver of Pinocchio, Walt Disney Productions second full-length animated feature of 1940.

Geppetto wanted a son so badly that he carved one out of wood.  A Blue Fairy gave the puppet life and freed the lovable-but-gullible "boy" from his strings.  My nose would grow and grow if  I denied that Pinocchio made an indelible impression on me as a boy.

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