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Deck the Halls, Movie, 2006 IMDB

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Also known as:

  • ņ vos marques, prÍts, dťcorez ! (Canada)
  • Voisin contre voisin (France)
  • Conciati per le feste (Italy)

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antp BE

2007-11-02 23:31

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I replaced pictures by better ones, and added many missing cars (including several [*][*])

ford_guy US

2007-11-02 23:39

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Hmm, I wonder who sponsored this movie :think:

antp BE

2007-11-02 23:42

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Danny DeVito plays the role of a Jeep/Chrysler/Dodge salesman :D

Bravada PL

2007-11-02 23:52

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That's sad...

ford_guy US

2007-11-03 01:05

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FYI, Chrysler just announced that The Magnum, the convertible PT Cruiser, and the Chrysler Pacifica will no longer be produced...I don't know whether it's good or bad news for some of you.

Neptune US

2007-11-03 01:08

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I liked the Magnum, but the other two I didnít care for. Sad to see the Magnum being laid to rest ...

MBSL65fan US

2007-11-03 01:10

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Neptune wrote I liked the Magnum, but the other two I didnít care for. Sad to see the Magnum being laid to rest ...


Laid to rest? I thought that they were going to face-lift it.

antp BE

2007-11-03 01:19

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As in Europe the Magnum is sold as Chrysler 300 Estate, I wonder if they would also drop it

MBSL65fan US

2007-11-03 01:27

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ford_guy wrote Hmm, I wonder who sponsored this movie :think:


Chrysler probably?

Neptune US

2007-11-03 01:34

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antp wrote As in Europe the Magnum is sold as Chrysler 300 Estate, I wonder if they would also drop it


I would say yes, but only time will tell.

carchasesfanatic ES

2007-11-03 01:35

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Droping a car we already have? and being such expensive? i doubt so

antp BE

2007-11-03 01:47

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:??: what do you mean by "we already have"? They already have the Dodge Magnum in US too

ford_guy US

2007-11-03 01:54

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MBSL65fan wrote

Chrysler probably?


I was being sarcastic :D

I forgot to add that the Crossfire will also be on the chopping block. Four vehicles in total.


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carchasesfanatic ES

2007-11-03 01:58

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antp wrote :??: what do you mean by "we already have"? They already have the Dodge Magnum in US too


You think having the Magnum Station Wagon in Europe would worth it?? when we already have practiacally the same car which is the 300C Station Wagon?

badlymad CA

2007-11-03 02:45

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MBSL65fan wrote

Laid to rest? I thought that they were going to face-lift it.


Nope, Chrysler announced they would cut the Magnum, the Pacifica, the PT Cruiser Convertible (but not the standard one) and the Crossfire- that plus some 12,000 temporary and full time jobs at its production plants.

TheJudge US

2007-11-03 03:00

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badlymad wrote

Nope, Chrysler announced they would cut the Magnum, the Pacifica, the PT Cruiser Convertible (but not the standard one) and the Crossfire- that plus some 12,000 temporary and full time jobs at its production plants.


Yep. The odd thing is, both Pacifica and Magnum were just facelifted for the 2008 model year. I also thought the PT Cruiser was being killed off altogether? Rumors are also going around that the Dodge Avenger, Chrysler Sebring and Dodge Dakota are also going to be discontinued.

antp BE

2007-11-03 18:35

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carchasesfanatic wrote
You think having the Magnum Station Wagon in Europe would worth it?? when we already have practiacally the same car which is the 300C Station Wagon?

No, I was wondering if they would stop the Chrysler 300 C Estate in Europe in the case that they stop the Dodge Magnum in USA, due to the fact that both are same car (except front grille).

carchasesfanatic ES

2007-11-03 18:47

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Ah ok ok

Buc84 US

2007-11-03 19:49

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Thought the Magnum was a pretty good seller myself???? Avenger/Sebrings around here are big as a USED car?(I swear rental companies must buy 75% of the new ones,which they keep about 6-8 mo.....then wholesaled....and the dealers get tons of 'em, blow them out at "screamin'low deals!")Dakota trucks sell well,too?? (And has V-8 Option!! Good if you want to tow?)

MBSL65fan US

2007-11-03 22:50

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TheJudge wrote Rumors are also going around that the Dodge Avenger, Chrysler Sebring and Dodge Dakota are also going to be discontinued.


All of those models? Those rumors must be false. :/

Bravada PL

2007-11-03 23:29

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Avenger was almost 80% rental last time I've seen the breakdown, Sebring is somewhere around 60-70 IIRC. Caliber is also more than a half fleet. Chrysler was also the company to bring back the old "sell new as used" scheme to push their house specialty, excess inventories, off the lots (now Hyundai is populating unused baseball grounds).

Dakota is indeed considered for discontinuation as the Durango/Aspen are probably going to be replaced by unibodys. That said, Chrysler was the first company to talk about unibody pickups, so you do the math.

Sebring is now considered for an emergency extreme facelift.

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