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‘A Christmas Story’ May be Penguins' Best Holiday Parody Yet

This year's remake of a classic holiday movie is filled with familiar faces and includes a surprise ending.

Did you recognize those guys at the end, all wearing Crosby jerseys? They are actors from the original movie; Scott Schwartz, who played Ralphie's friend Flick, Zack Ward, who played bully Scut Farkus and Yano Anaya who played the bully's henchman Grover Dill, aka "Toad"

‘A Christmas Story’ continues the Penguins' hilarious tradition of holiday movie spoofs.




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