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Jul 16, 2021

[Answer] 9. What movie was first a cartoon made in 1966, and then a live action film from 2000 starring Jim Carrey?

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...1. Christmas With the Whos 2. Surviving Christmas 3. The Year Christmas Was Almost Cancelled 4. How the Grinch Stole Christmas Both the cartoon and the Carrey movie are based on the book of the same name by Dr. Seuss. It is about a mean old Grinch who steals Christmas from the Whos. Shunned in his youth and unable to win the heart of his childhood crush, the Grinch lives atop Mt. Crumpet where he looks down on the Whos with hatred. This story is the classic tale of what Christmas is truly about.




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How the Grinch Stole Christmas:


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