CLEVELAND -- "You'll shoot your eye out, kid."
Those words have echoed in holiday history for 30 years since Ralphie and his family first graced the big screen in "A Christmas Story."
To mark the movie's three-decade release, the Cleveland Horseshoe Casino is spreading the film's flavor throughout their building this holiday season.
Many of the movie's scenes were filmed inside the building, formerly known as Higbee's. It's the location where Ralphie slid down the famous Santa slide after nervously pleading his case for a Red Ryder BB gun.
The building's exterior is prominently featured in the beginning of the movie as the wintry window displays capture everybody's attention.
In honor of those famous street-level window displays, the casino has enlisted the help of a world-renowned artist to recreate some of the nostalgic animatronic scenes. The displays and artist's identity will be revealed on Nov. 20.
Holiday décor will fill the entire casino from original, restored Hibgee trees, jingle bells across the gaming floors, special dining options and more.
Meanwhile, the home in Tremont prominently featured in 'A Christmas Story' will be the base of a special convention on Thanksgiving weekend (Nov. 29-30).