Thursday, 22 December 2005

The Ten Least Successful Christmas TV Specials of All Time

The Ten Least Successful Christmas TV Specials of All Time have been announced.

They include Orson Welles's seminal The Assasination of St Nicholas, the much-discussed 'lost' Star Trek Christmas episode, Christmas: A most Illogical Holiday, Noam Chomsky's Deconstructing Christmas -- despite the concession of Chomsky to wear a seasonal hat for a younger demographic appeal, the least requested Christmas special ever made -- and of course, Ayn Rand's 1951 classic, A Selfish Christmas.

Check 'em all out courtesy of the 'National Lampoon' research department.

Linked Article: The Ten Least Successful Christmas Holiday Specials of All Time

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