Movie: The Homecoming: A Christmas Story [1971] Movie: The Homecoming: A Christmas Story [1971]

Movie: The Homecoming: A Christmas Story [1971] Movie: The Homecoming: A Christmas Story [1971]

Charlie Sneed:
Ike, you got any Christmas cheer in this place?



Ike Godsey:
I got a little of Miss Emily and Miss Maime's recipe for snake bite.



Charlie Sneed:
[Pretend a snake bit him] Hot doggies! I believe he got me just now. Looky there.

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John:
[John-Boy had just received a bunch of tablets from his father] I wonder how word got all the way to the North Pole that you wanted to be a writer.



John-Boy:
[Near tears] Well I guess he must be a right smart man.



John:
I don't know a thing about the writing trade, son. But if you wanna take it up, you gotta give it your best.

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John Boy [Narrator]:
Christmas is the season where he give tokens of love. In that house we received not tokens but love itself. I became the writer I promised my father I would be asnd my destiny lead me far from Walton's Mountain. My mother lives there still. Alone now for we lost my father in 1969. My brothers and sisters, grown with children of their own, live not far away. We are still a close family and see each other when we can. And like Miss Maime Baldwin's fourth cousins, we're apt to sample the recipe and then gather around the piano and hug each other while we sing the old songs. For no matter the time or distance, we are united in the memory of that Christmas eve. More than 30 years and 3,000 miles away, I can still hear those sweet voices.

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Radio Announcer:
Lucky Lindy, a former aereal mail man himself, has been in Europe surveying the possibility of air mail service between the old and the new world. He suggests that air mail service between Europe and America is practical, and predicts that in the distant future, freight and even passengers might cross the Atlantic by airplane.



Grandma:
Cross the ocean? Why I wouldn't fly from here to Rockfish in one of the things.

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John-Boy:
CALM DOWN NOW! JUST HOLD IT!



Olivia:
You watch your temper! You're the oldest, you make them mind!



John-Boy:
Well I am tired of being the oldest! I feel like an old mother duck!



Olivia:
Can't do a thing about that now. You're stuck with it.



John-Boy:
[Quietly, to the kids] All right next - the next one of you that moves is gonna get a spanking!

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