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Tonight…True Film’s
Christmas Special 2016 ♪ Starring
Disneyland’s banjo virtuoso
Doug Mattocks Comedian Dick Hardwick Jay Potter as the
disgruntled North Pole employee “Velvet Pianist” Jon England With breathtaking renditions
of classic holiday songs. Benjamin Arsenault
as the good worker elf Sara Marie as Glenda
from Mrs. Claus’
executive staff Teon Kelley doing a
multi-part performance of a
Christmas classic And a surprise appearance
by someone we all know and love
during the holidays. I’m your host Bob Schmidt Enjoy Christmas forwards
and sideways and
upside down. In the woods and
in the city and with more snow
than you can shovel. On our Christmas Special 2016 ♪ [wind blowing] [footsteps in snow approaching] Hello, I am Glenda I am Mrs. Claus’
executive assistant, recently promoted to supervisor
of the elf workshop. Now, without further adieu I would like to introduce
the one … the only … Mr. Claus! The one, and only … Mr. Claus! Ho. Ho. Ho. [splat] You’re not Santa! Yes I am! I work with you! Well, I’m Santa now [beep] What are you doing here? He’s gone!
I’m filling in. What do you mean he’s gone? Gone where? He’s done. He’s left us.
He’s left us all. He’s gone! [teeth chattering] What do you mean,
what happened?
I have to text Mrs. Claus. Oh, you want to know
what happened? I’ll tell you what happened. He’s, he’s given up. He’s done.
He’s tired of all the [beep]. All the people killing
other people. Cheating other people. Look at the news! This world’s gone to [beep]. [beep] despicable! What about Christmas morning? I mean…
You can’t fit down the chimney! Yes I can. Here’s Santa! Merry Christmas! Ho. Ho. Ho. [beep] ♪ The city can be nice during
the holidays, with all
the lights and the magic… but let’s take you to Colorado where our friend Dick Hardwick
has his own unique take on the
classic poem… Over the River and
Through the Woods Hey this is Dick Hardwick
and my old buddy Doug Mattocks
here and We were just reminiscing
about Christmas
of long time ago. I mean even when we were kids it seemed more
“Christmasy” than it
does now-a-days with all the… Well, you know they
start selling Christmas
products at around… I think fourth of July
don’t they? [laughs] You know it used
to be Over the River and … Through the Woods to
Grandmother’s House we go? Now-a-days
it would be more like… [banjo playing] [hums out of tune] ♪Ohhh …
Down the turnpike♪ ♪And through
the toll gate♪ ♪to STEP-grandmother’s
house we go.♪ ♪We’ll eat frozen turkey
and some bubba’s beef jerky♪ ♪And some French’s
instant mashed potatoes♪ ♪Ohhhhhhh♪ ♪Yes…♪ ♪Over the speedbump♪ ♪and past the guard gate♪ ♪parked next to that
pink flamingo♪ [♪banjo strums♪] ♪and Grandma will
heat up dinner♪ ♪In the microwave♪ ♪Not in the…♪ ♪stove.♪ [♪banjo strums♪] ♪Ohhhhh♪ [♪banjo strums♪] Happy holidays everybody! [laughter] Jon England has been
compared to a modern-day
Liberace. A Master pianist. He brings his amazing
talent to this
classic Christmas tune. ♪♪♪ ♪♪♪
[crescendo] ♪♪
[We Wish You a Merry Christmas] [♪trumpets flourish♪] [announcer]
Coming up next… ‘Twas the Night Before Christms
like you’ve never seen it. With me,
Bob Schmidt And later,
Disneyland’s
Doug Mattocks Strums the classic
O Holy Night
on his 5-string banjo. ♪
[Oh Christmas Tree]
♪ Welcome back to our
Chrismas Special [announcer]
I’d like to tell you a tale
deep in the woods. On the most magical
night of them all. ♪ [footsteps in snow] ♪ ‘Twas the night before
Christmas,
when all through the house Not a creature was stirring,
not even a mouse. The stockings were hung
by the chimney with care, In hopes that Saint Nicholas
soon would be there. The children were nestled
all snug in their beds, While visions of sugar-plums
danced in their heads. And mamma in her ‘kerchief,
and I in my cap, Had just settled our brains
for a long winter nap. [fire crackling] [winter wind] When out on the lawn
there arose such a clatter, I sprang from the bed
to see what was the matter. [sound of window opening] Away to the window
I flew like a flash, Tore open the shutters
and threw up the sash. The moon on the breast
of the new-fallen snow Gave the lustre of
mid-day to objects below. When, what to my
wondering eyes should appear, But a miniature sleigh,
and eight tiny reindeer. ♪ With a little old driver,
so lively and quick, I knew in a moment
it must be St Nick. More rapid than eagles
his coursers they came, And he whistled,
and shouted,
and called them by name! “Now, Dasher!
now, Dancer!
now, Prancer and Vixen! On, Comet! On, Cupid!
on, Donner and Blitzen! To the top of the porch!
to the top of the wall! Now dash away!
Dash away!
Dash away all!” [♪music builds♪] As dry leaves that before
the wild hurricane fly, When they meet with an
obstacle, mount to the sky. So up to the house-top
the coursers they flew, With the sleigh full of toys,
and Saint Nicholas too. And then, in a twinkling,
I heard on the roof The prancing and
pawing of each little hoof. As I drew in my head,
and was turning around, Down the chimney
St Nicholas came with a bound. [twinkling bells] He was dressed all in fur,
from his head to his foot, And his clothes were all
tarnished with ashes and soot. A bundle of toys
he had flung on his back, And he looked like a peddler,
just opening his pack. His eyes-how they twinkled!
his dimples how merry! His cheeks were like roses,
his nose like a cherry! His droll little mouth
was drawn up like a bow, And the beard of his chin
was as white as the snow. The stump of a pipe
he held tight in his teeth, And the smoke it encircled
his head like a wreath. He had a broad face
and a little round belly, That shook when he laughed,
like a bowlful of jelly! He was chubby and plump,
a right jolly old elf, And I laughed when I saw him,
in spite of myself! A wink of his eye
and a twist of his head, Soon gave me to know
I had nothing to dread. He spoke not a word,
but went straight to his work, And filled all the stockings,
then turned with a jerk. And laying his finger
aside of his nose, And giving a nod,
up the chimney he rose! ♪ He sprang to his sleigh,
to his team gave a whistle, And away they all flew
like the down of a thistle. But I heard him exclaim,
as he drove out of sight, “Merry Christmas to all,
and to all a good-night!” ♪ [announcer]
Now jump in your sleigh and
head up the hills toward the North Pole, where Santa is M.I.A. [foot tapping] [screams] You’re a
horrible Santa! You’re supposed to be
full of holiday joy and cheer. I’m taking [beep] liberties. This is empty? The kids need
presents for Christmas. Oh you want
[beep] presents? Okay. All Right.
How ’bout … Here’s some good presents. Life lessons!
Huh? Just don’t be a
[beep] That’s just a general
rule. [beep] How ’bout you don’t
judge people by the way
they look or the color
of their hair or their sexual orientation? It’s a free [beep] world
okay? Maybe not.
But it’s a… [slap] Just nice. Be nice. [beep] What the [beep]
are you doing? [laughs]
I…
am texting
Mrs. Claus You are a
horrendous Santa. You are
scarcastic, bitter, angry, lonely,
pitiful, You have to be good!
A good Santa!
[sigh] We’ll practice.
Now… Sit. Sit! [crunching bones] Ow!
My [bleep] gout! Does he really need to
[bleep] sit here? Yes. You are a boy
at a mall seeing Santa Now, tell him
what you would like
for Christmas. I want a
toy cart and a race car and some wooden blocks [smack]
No. You know what you’re
gonna [beep] get? You’re gonna get some…
here’s some integrity. Yeah.
Chew on that. How ’bout some
common decency? Yeah,
It tastes good doesn’t it? How about some
[beep] love for
your [beep] fellow man? You can’t play
with any of those! You know what? You’re a
[beep] [beep] [beep}
materialistic little [beep]! All Right.
That’s all fine. But, the key about
Santa is you have to
smile. All right?
Now… [skin stretching] [grunting] Oww [beep]
You’re worse than
my ex-wives! You’re not trying!
Just smile! You want me to smile? Give me some
[beep] whiskey
that will make me smile! Did you just fart? ♪ [announcer]
Coming up next on True-Film’s
Christmas Special
2016… A breathtaking performance
of O Holy Night By classic banjo player
Doug Mattocks And…
There’s a rumor up North. Welcome back. Few modern performers
understand the subtle
intricacies of the banjo the way that virtuoso
Doug Mattocks does. By all accounts he’s
one of the best banjo
players alive. You may be more
accustomed to the
four string variety, but you’ll notice the fifth
string on Doug’s banjo
in this classic performance. [♪O Holy Night
played on banjo♪] ♪
We heard it on banjo O Holy Night is a
Christmas classic that deserves to be revisited. This time Jon England performs on a grand piano. ♪
[O Holy Night]
♪ [announcer]
The warmth of a fireplace
is soothing on Christmas. Unless of course, you’re
an elf at the North Pole
texting on your cell phone. ♪
[footsteps] You’re still Santa? You’re
[beep] right
I am! I’m picking up
all of your work
back at the shop! Did you get
my text message? No.
I’m an elf.
I don’t have a cell phone. You’re fired. He’s back! He’s…
he’s..
he’s really back? Yes.
Santa Claus
has returned! [stutters]
What about the
reindeer? They’re fine. The sleigh? He upgraded.
It’s an e-sleigh now. What about the toys? [in unison] He’s got toys. I like toys. Well,
back to work. You’re not fired. See ya at the
cubicle. Merry Christmas… ♪ [announcer]
Dick Hardwick
and Doug Mattocks are back in
Colorado for Dick’s
slightly twisted
variation on a holiday tale. ♪ Hi! This is Dick Hardwick
and my old buddy Doug Mattocks And the Night Before
Christmas, sideways. ‘Twas the crisp before
nightmas when the
house through the all not a stir was creeping
mouse even a not. The chims hung
by stocking with Nair with nickle to
spare would soon
be hopeless. ♪
[snare drum]
♪ Then out on the lawn
under the mistletoe someone was
playing that
old banjo. ♪
[banjo strums]
♪ Then appeared to
my stumbling eye
did I wander but a sly and
a tender
and eight mighty reign. Well, my quick
old liver
so drively and little. it knew in a nick
it must be Saint Moan. ‘Cause the wall
to the top to the porch
to the top as the wild fly
dry leaves
before the owl a
moon stack of sky. To the mount
as I heard with
a twink, the poofing
and ranting
of each mighty paw. ♪♪ Well I rounded my turn,
I heaped a drew. Down the bown
came Saint Chim
with a Nick of me. [ha]
He had a drew
little rump
round up like a bow. The chief of a stump
held tight in his pipe. He had a bellied
face
and a round
little broad. He was elting
and jole.
A right rump chub. He worked to his fraught
he was straight
to his word. Filled his jerky,
quinked and
stop me not. When we gave
a chim and a whip.
And they all
went away with the flu. [cough] But, I heard him
exclaim out of drone, Chrissy happens
to all
and to good
an all night. ♪ Good night! To all a good night. Good night. ♪ ♪ Coming up,
we take you to
snowy New York City, And later,
a surprise appearance
on our 2016
holiday special. [announcer]
Welcome back. And now We take you to
snowy New York City for the First Noel sung a cappella
in the park by Teon Kelley ♪Noel,
Noel♪ [harmony] ♪Noel,
Noel♪ ♪Born is the King
of Isreal♪ ♪The First Noel,
the angels did say♪ ♪Was to certain poor
shepherds in fields as they la♪ ♪In fields where they lay
keeping their sheep♪ ♪On a cold winter’s night
that was so deep♪ ♪Noel, Noel, Noel, Noel♪ ♪Born is the King of Israel!♪ ♪They looked up and saw a star♪ ♪Shining in the East
beyond them far♪ ♪And to the earth it gave grea♪ ♪And so it continued
both day and night♪ ♪Noel, Noel, Noel, Noel♪ ♪Born is the King of Israel!♪ ♪Noel, Noel, Noel, Noel♪ ♪Born is the King of Israel!♪ Jon England’s
Velvet Piano style
is perfect for the holidays ♪ [horse breathes heavily]
♪ Welcome back
to True-Film’s
2016 Christmas special We’ve taken you through
the woods
and through
the city, But no matter
where you are, You can still feel
the spirit of Christmas
magic in the air. ♪ And now, back to the
north pole just in time
for the big day. [♪ harmonica playing
Jingle Bells♪] Santa? [harmonica] Santa?
Look at the way I’m dressed [laughs]
who else would it be? [harmonica] Where’s your beard?
I didn’t reckognize you. Oh, I’m the new president
for the Beard Club for Men I shaved it off
until we start
delivering presents. Because I’ve been
on hiatus as they say. [harmonica] But everyone’s been
waiting to start delivering presents
they’ve been in
their cubicles looking all over
the internet
non-stop for you. Well, I’ve been down
at the bar at Pico
and Sepulveda You guys out to join
me once some time. You know,
you’re a little
uptight these days. [harmonica] No but we’ve been
trying to start
Christmas We don’t even
have all the toys
ready. What is this? These are toys
that I was going
to show you because
we used to deliver
these many,
many years ago you see,
this bell tree
right here [bells cascade] Was made back
in the 1700’s and these
cymbols, [cymbol crash] all hand made
people worked
their hands
to the bone to the knuckles
alone. And there’s just
one thing I want
you guys to know I want to
come back, I want a reprieve and I’ll bring
presents to you
and all the boys
and girls If you do one thing. Pull my finger. [fart noise from mouth] [Laughter] I still got it, man! [bell cascade] [elf feet running away] [chamber door closes] [announcer]
Thank you for watching
True-Film’s
2016 Christmas Special. Don’t forget to check
out our super-cool
VR 360 bonus videos
on this channel. You can watch on your
YouTube ap or desktop
computer without any
special hardware. Please check out
the hundreds of
other selections from Richard Arsenault’s
wide-ranging
shows from
Hollywood. And don’t forget
to listen to me
Bob Schmidt streaming on-line
at TodaysTalk1490.com or if you’re ever
in La Crosse
Wisconsin catch it live on the radio
at 1490
WLFN Also visit me
on my website
at bswithbob.com Here’s wishing you
and your family a very Merry Christmas
and a Happy New Year ♪

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