In his 1957 How The Grinch Stole Christmas, the word-twisting Dr. Seuss gave us more than just a Christmas classic, he gave us a lyrical tongue lashing on the commercialization of Christmas. The whimsical Whoville is haunted by the “Bah, humbug!” pursuits of The Grinch, the bitter, green-skinned villain who plots to cancel Christmas. In 1966, the legendary “Looney Tunes” animator Chuck Jones created a 26-minute television special that became an instant hit. Already a beloved piece of the American holiday tradition, it’s not surprising Hollywood took on the Grinch in 2000. In actor Jim Carrey, the grumpy Grinch was introduced to a new generation of children. The film, directed by Ron Howard, went on to become the highest-grossing Christmas movie of all-time. Fahoo fores, indeed.