Q: In “Frosty the Snowman,” who brought Frosty back to life?
A: Santa Claus
Q: In “How the Grinch Stole Christmas,” what biological shortcoming made the Grinch so mean?
A: His heart was two sizes too small
Q: What is the biggest selling Christmas single of all time?
A: “White Christmas”
Q: What was Scrooge’s first name?
Q: Who said “God Bless Us, Every One” in “A Christmas Carol?”
A: Tiny Tim
Q: In “The Night Before Christmas” I sprang from my bed to see what?
A: What was the matter?
Q: Name the three reindeer whose names begin with a “D”?
A: Dasher, Donder, and Dancer
Q: In the song “Grandma Got Run ov:er by a Reindeer” what did Grandma go to get?
A: Her medication
Q: What was the first gift my true love sent on the sixth day of Christmas?
A: Six geese a-laying
Q: In what city did “Miracle on 34th Street” take place?
A: New York
Q: In ‘”Twas The Night Before Christmas,” where were the stockings hung?
A: By the chimney
Q: What is the name of the little girl in “The Nutcracker?”
Q: What is the last ghost called in “A Christmas Carol?”
A: The Ghost of Christmas Yet to Come
Q: What color is the Grinch?
Q: In the movie “The Santa Clause,” who starred as the substitute Santa Claus?
A: Tim Allen
Q: What was Rudolph’s punishment for his red nose?
A: Could not play in reindeer games
Q: In “A Charlie Brown Christmas,” who plays the dusty innkeeper in the Christmas play?
Q: What did the traffic cop holler to Frosty?
Q: What holiday drink contains sugar, milk, and eggs?
Q: Name the two reindeer whose name begins with a “C”?
A: Comet and Cupid
Q: What song is full of threats and warnings about Santa Claus?
A: “Santa Claus Is Comin’ to Town”
Q: Elvis Presley recorded what sad song in the fifties?
A: “Blue Christmas”
Q: What song contains the line “Somebody waits for you, kiss her once for me”?
A: “A Holly Jolly Christmas”
Q: What snack is often left out for Santa?