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Season's Greetings From Tonto, Tarzan, And Frankenstein vs. Pizzaland

It's a monotone carol vs. an iconic business from the Sopranos credits!

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Season's Greetings From Tonto, Tarzan, And Frankenstein

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Pizzaland

The case for Season's Greetings From Tonto, Tarzan, And Frankenstein

The spirit of the holidays means that you don't criticize carolers for singing "Deck The Halls" in a manner that's somewhat less than melodic, like these three guys do. — Tara Ariano

The case for Pizzaland

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RLxSUKA--Dg

Pizzaland, a real business in North Arlington, NJ, is one of the more significant symbols in an opening-credits sequence full of them -- it can be both proud and dismissive of the setting of The Sopranos, and also signals the turning point in the credits from harsh industrial fields to the safer and homier suburbs. And its crafts-project-gone-wrong lettering is so sweet. — Sarah D. Bunting


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