Don't shoot your eye out! Set your Little Orphan Annie decoder rings to D-4 to decipher the following message: A special 20th aniversary screening of "A Christmas Story" for the benefit of the US Marine Corps Reserve's Toys For Tots campaign and meet the cast and crew of this classic film. K-3 Productions and Regal Cinemas, in association with OCshowbiz, presents a special screening of the holiday classic, A Christmas Story, at the Big Newport Theater at Fashion Island on Thursday, November 20, 2003 at 6 p.m. Admission price per person is a new, unwrapped toy, with a suggested value of $10 or more, suitable for infants to 12 years olds. A detachment of US Marines will be present to collect the toys at the door. Celebrities expected to attend are: Peter Billingsley - Ralph 'Ralphie' Parker Ian Petrella - Randy Parker (Ralphie's brother) Scott Schwartz - Flick R.D. Robb - Schwartz Zack Ward - Scut Farkus Bob Clark - Director, Co-Writer, Co-Producer Reuben Freed - Production Designer Stan Cole - Film Editor After the screening, there will be a Question & Answer session and a chance to meet our special guests. Here is a chance to see one of the classic Christmas movies on the big screen. And to watch Darrin McGavin spin a web of profanity so dense that even now, it hovers over Lake Michigan. If you've seen it, you know. If you haven't ever seen this, be aware that this movie is so good, so Yulish, so merry, that it should be right there on the shelf next to It's a Wonderful Life and Miracle on 34th Street in your personal video collection. It's the 1940s era story of Ralphie and his quest to have Santa bring him a Red Ryder BB gon for Christmas. Plus, you can't top Toys for Tots for doing good works. Maybe you could bring a Zeppelin? See you there, watch out for the Bumpus's dogs.