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Today we got a look at Hallmark's 2010 Star Trek ornaments. Unsurprisingly, we get a version of the Enterprise from the latest film.

And we also get this. 

Yes, it's Kirk and Spock mid-Kroykah. And the best part?

When you push a button, it plays Gerald Fried's iconic music.

YES.

Nothing says Merry Christmas like Star Trek fight scenes.

So...what other soundtrack/ornament combos should there be? What would light up your soundtrack tree? You've got more than half a year to construct it...

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Alfred Hitchcock and John Williams dancing a tango. When you push one of Hitchcock's chins it plays the entire score to Family Plot. Williams has a baton in his mouth (like a rose) and gets dipped.

John Williams using his baton to stab George Lucas. When you push in the baton it plays the scores to Episodes 1, 2, and 3 as originally conceived by the composer

Rachmaninov piggybacking Horner. When you push Horner's heels into Rach's back it plays danger motifs - oops i meant Rach's Symphony 1 :)

I so want to go on with these but maybe I should let someone else have a go...

What, I don't get credit? ;)

What, I don't get credit? ;)

I didn't realise I stole anyone's ideas but such is the law of copyright...

I apologise: with credit to Lehah, who I hope will eventually get to enjoy the Christmassy vibe that is Home Alone 2, without having to suffer/ endure the movie. ;)

Hans Zimmer being held aloft by the staff of MV/ RC. When you left-click on a mouse it drones. In D minor.

(sorry, I just can't resist)

Okay. I'd buy that.

Greg Espinoza

A Jerry Goldsmith ornament where when you tugged on his ponytail, he'd light up a cigarette to the tune of "Ave Satani". ;)

I'd buy that, too. ;)

Greg Espinoza

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