The “leg lamp” is one of filmdom’s most iconic props.
“Zuzu’s petals!” George shouts near the end of the 1946 film. Karolyn Grimes, who played the bedridden Zuzu, never saw the movie until she was 40.
“White Christmas” has sold more than 100 million copies including 50 million on vinyl, tape and CD, according to Guinness World Records.
Hermey is the stop-motion film’s misfit elf who dreams of being a dentist instead of a Christmas elf.
The confused and newly assembled snowman shouts, “Happy birthday!”
Nutty Aunt Bethany’s Jello mold is peppered with pieces of cat food; when Clark asks her to say grace, she recites the Pledge of Allegiance.
The recipe calls for spaghetti, red and green M&M’s, mini marshmallows, rainbow sprinkles, maple syrup, chocolate syrup and a chocolate fudge Pop-Tart.
Max wears antlers and a red nose, the perfect disguise, as he pulls the Grinch’s sleigh.
The boy asks for a bell from one of the reindeer’s harnesses, but later loses it through a hole in his pocket.
Ross invents Santa's Tex-Mex friend, “The Holiday Armadillo,” who explains Hanukkah; Chandler ultimately saves the day in a Santa suit.