1. Who wrote the popular holiday song White Christmas?
a-Bing Crosby, b-Irving Berlin, c-Cole Porter, d-George and Ira Gershwin.

2. Which actor won an Academy Award for Best Supporting Actor by playing Santa Claus in “Miracle on 34th Street”?
a-Jackie Gleason, b-Art Carney, c-John Payne, d-Edmund Gwenn.

3. Who narrates the Christmas special “Frosty the Snowman” that first aired in 1969?
a-Jimmy Durante, b-Fred Astaire, c-Jack Webb, d-Dick Van Dyke.

4. In what movie did Judy Garland sing “Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas”?
a-The Harvey Girls, b-A Star is Born, c-Meet Me in St. Louis, d-For Me and My Gal.

5. Which of Santa’s reindeer was the subject of a 1989 movie starring Sam Elliott and Cloris Leachman?
a-Rudolph, b-Comet, c-Blitzen, d-Prancer.

6. In the TV Christmas special “Rudolph, the Red-Nosed Reindeer,” what profession does Hermey the elf wish to pursue?
a-Lawyer, b-Writer, c-Dentist, d-Cheesemaker.

7. What was the name of Ralphie’s little brother in “A Christmas Story”?
a-Ronnie, b-Randy, c-Rudy, d-Ricky.

8. What Christmas carol in “A Charlie Brown Christmas” is introduced with the “Peanuts” characters singing the syllables “Loo loo loo, loo loo loo loo loo?”
a-O Holy Night, b-It Came Upon the Midnight Clear, c-O Come, All Ye Faithful, d-Hark! The Herald Angels Sing.

9. What saint is subject of a Christmas carol about a king who gave alms to a poor peasant on the day after Christmas?
a-St. Nicholas, b-St. Cyril, c-St. Wenceslas, d-St. Clare of Assisi.

10. What Christmas plant was named after the first U.S. ambassador to Mexico?
a-Holly, b-Mistletoe, c-Frasier fir, d-Poinsettia.