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Use the missing words or word fragments in the film titles below to make a festive phrase.

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Use the missing words or word fragments in the film titles below to make a festive phrase.

 The ____maker
 ___ Golden Pond
 Battlefield _____
 Thelma ___ Louise
 _____ _____ Hunting
The Road ___ Perdition
The Sum of ____ Fears
_____ in Black
posted Nov 2, 2015 by Akriti

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