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This vignette-laden, nostalgic view of Christmastime in 1940s Indiana follows nine-year-old Ralphie, who desperately wants a Red Ryder BB Gun for Christmas--and is waging an all-out campaign to convince his reluctant parents that the toy will be safe in his hands. By turns warped and winsome, the comedy follows Ralphie as he prepares for the big day with his rather idiosyncratic family. Based on the novel by humorist Jean Shepherd (who also narrates the film), A CHRISTMAS STORY gained popularity long after its theatrical run, through frequent holiday broadcasts that turned its schoolyard "triple-dog" dares, family neuroses, and childhood indignities into a Yuletide tradition.
Bob Clark - Director/ Producer, BLACK CHRISTMAS, A CHRISTMAS STORY
Benjamin Clark - Director/ Producer, BLACK CHRISTMAS, A CHRISTMAS STORY
Robert Clark - Director/ Producer, BLACK CHRISTMAS, A CHRISTMAS STORY
Zack Ward - Actor/" The Club"
Darren McGavin - American Actor
Melinda Dillon - Star, DEBATING ROBERT LEE (2004)
Paul J. Zaza
Stan Cole - EDITOR
Mary E. McLeod - Costume Designer, RESIDENT EVIL: APOCALYPSE (2004)
Peter Billingsley - American actor and producer
Scott Schwartz - American Actor (A CHRISTMAS STORY), dabbled in porn
Scotty Schwartz - American Actor (A CHRISTMAS STORY), dabbled in porn
Color by Medallion. Additional cast: Ian Petrella (Randy), R.D. Robb (Schwartz), and Tedde Moore (Miss Shields).
"...A version of Christmas as it exists only in the imagination....Shepherd has always been best at evoking the texture of life as it used to be in his midwest childhood..." - 11/16/1983 Variety
"...There are many small but perfect moment in A CHRISTMAS STORY....There is a real knowledge of human nature beneath the comedy..." - 12/24/2000 Chicago Sun-Times, p.3
"...Think of it as IT'S A WONDERFUL LIFE for post-Reagan generations as it morphs from cult to classic 20 years down the road..." - 10/10/2003 Entertainment Weekly, p.107
"...[A] modern-classic telling of Jean Shepard's '40s-based Midwest yarn..." - 10/10/2003 USA Today, p.6E