Thursday, 13 December 2018

Merry Christmas Ya Filthy Animal

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What Is Merry Christmas ya Filthy Animal?

It is a reference to the very popular Christmas film, Home Alone 2: Lost In New York, which was released in 1992 and stars Macaulay Culkin as a young child who accidentally boards the wrong plane to New York City instead of Miami for his family's Christmas vacation. It is the sequel to the even more popular Christmas film, Home Alone, in which the same child is accidentally left at home when his family leaves for Paris over Christmas.



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Some Gossips About Merry Christmas Ya filthy animal


  • The line, "Merry Christmas, ya filthy animal," comes from a parody film inside the Home Alone franchise. In the first film, the child, named Kevin, finds and watches an old black-and-white gangster film entitled Angels with Filthy Souls, a film that his mother would not let him watch because of its use of gun violence and language.

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What is the Story of Merry Christmas Ya filthy animal?


  • Angels is not a real movie, but rather a film created for this film. The scene that is shown in Home Alone depicts a man that owes money to another man who appears to be the head of some sort of gang or mafia. The head man tells the other man the owes the money the he has to the count of ten before he shoots him. 
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  • Well, he winds up shooting the man, and at the end, he says "Keep the change, ya filthy animal." In Home Alone 2, Kevin finds the sequel to Angels, cleverly titled Angels with Filthier Souls, in which a similar scene is depicted with the same head man. This time, he shoots a woman, and at the end of the scene, he says "Merry Christmas, ya filthy animal."
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