bumble-noteeth[Photo Credit: Rankin/Bass, NBC]
4017-scrooged[Photo Credit: Paramount Pictures, Mirage Productions]
Old-Man-Potter-(It’s-a-Wonderful-Life)[Photo Credit: Liberty Films]
home-alone[Photo Credit: 20th Century Fox]
Burgermeister[Photo Credit: Rankin/Bass, ABC}
Heat-&-Snow-Miser[Photo Credit: Rankin-Bass Productions]
jack-frost[Photo Credit: Walt Disney Pictures]
Scut-Farkas[Photo Credit: Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer]
Granville-Sawyer-[Photo Credit: 20th Century Fox]
the-grinch[Photo Credit: A Cat In The Hat Presentation]
Ebenezer-Scrooge[Photo Credit: Walt Disney Pictures]
angry-elf[Photo Credit: Warner Bros. Entertainment]
Hans-Gruber-(Die-Hard)[Photo Credit: 20th Century Fox]
Ho, ho, ho and a Merry Christmas! Wait… Santa…. WATCH OUT!!!!!
The holidays have always been a source of merriment and cheer, and of course, presents a plenty. However, Christmas scrooges do exist in the deep, dark corners of the earth. They tend to be cranky old buggers, who enjoy plastering frowns on the faces of happy, frolicking, rosy-cheeked little children. They’re greedy, they’re nasty, and they’re green. Well, sometimes at least. So to celebrate all the unmerriness of these vile villains, we’ve collected a list of the most classic Christmas criminals to avoid. So go ahead and grab some milk and cookies (and a hand to squeeze when you get frightened!) and sort through our Villainous Gallery.
Oh, and careful Rudolf. I think the Grinch has been eyeing that shiny red nose of yours…
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