Anchorage real estate developer; Austin, Texas movie colony visionary; Florida property owner; ex-banker and ex- and current-challenger to Ted Stevens' seat in the U.S. Senate, Dave Cuddy, produced a B-grade movie back in 2002-2003 about the War on Christmas.
Not to be confused with the Fess Parker cult classic from the late 50s of the same name, Cuddy's even more B movie has a spacey, but cuddly plot. But I'm going to change it a bit to give you a preview of the Republican U.S. Senate primary.
Once upon a time, the evil elf King Ted Stevens (Edward Albert) and his partner in crime Prince Ben Stevens (Alexandra Ford) conspired to silence the spirit of Christmas, Davey Cuddy Boy (Christopher Khayman Lee), luring him into a long, deep sleep. Thousands of years later, Davey Cuddy Boy is awakened by the tears of a modern-day teenager named Sarah Palin (Danielle Nicolet), whose loneliness springs from being the new girl in town. Together the new friends help each other face their fears and fight their battles--Sarah in a high school Christmas pageant, Davey Boy against the evil Ted--and in the process discover the true meaning of the magical holiday season.
That's the plot line of Cuddy's film, The Light in the Forest. I just changed some names of the characters. I retained the original actors' names. I'm going down to the Wasilla Blockbuster tomorrow and see if they have it. If they don't, it may be another example of the insidious War on Christmas.
Good Luck, Dave!