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Vintage Himmel: Larry's version of 'The Night Before Christmas'

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SAN DIEGO (CBS 8) - The poem "The Night Before Christmas" was written in 1822. Over 182 years later, our Larry Himmel rewrote it.

In this Vintage Himmel video from December 24, 2004, watch Larry's unusual take on the classic.
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