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Adam Sandler Chanukah Song is cowritten by Adam and Saturday Night Live writers Lewis Morton and Ian Maxtone-Graham.
The song was originally performed by Adam on Saturday Night Live's Weekend Update on December 3, 1994. Adam subsequently performed the song as part of his stand-up act, later updating it with new lyrics. All variations center on the theme of Jewish children feeling alienated during Christmas.

Here is a list of Jewish celebrities referenced in "The Chanukah Song":
David Lee Roth
James Caan
Kirk Douglas
Dinah Shore (replaced in some performances with Pauly Shore)
The Carnegie Deli (noted for traditional Jewish fare)
Bowzer (Jon Bauman) from Sha Na Na
Arthur Fonzarelli (Henry Winkler)
Paul Newman (half-Jewish)
Goldie Hawn (half-Jewish)
Captain Kirk (William Shatner)
Spock (Leonard Nimoy)
the owner of the Seattle SuperSonics (Barry Ackerley)
O. J. Simpson described as "not a Jew!" to great applause from the audience.
Rod Carew (He converted) (This is an error; Carew married a Jewish woman, but he did not convert to Judaism).[2]
Ann Landers
"Dear Abby" (Pauline Phillips at the time.)
Harrison Ford (quarter-Jewish) (This is an error; Ford's mother is actually fully Jewish)
Ebenezer Scrooge, described as not Jewish.
The Three Stooges
Tom Cruise's agent (Cruise is not Jewish).
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Adam Sandler Chanukah Song

Adam Sandler Chanukah Song is cowritten by Adam and Saturday Night Live writers Lewis Morton and Ian Maxtone-Graham.
The song was originally performed by Adam on Saturday Night Live’s Weekend Update on December 3, 1994. Adam subsequently performed the song as part of his stand-up act, later updating it with new lyrics. All variations center on the theme of Jewish children feeling alienated during Christmas.

Here is a list of Jewish celebrities referenced in “The Chanukah Song”:
David Lee Roth
James Caan
Kirk Douglas
Dinah Shore (replaced in some performances with Pauly Shore)
The Carnegie Deli (noted for traditional Jewish fare)
Bowzer (Jon Bauman) from Sha Na Na
Arthur Fonzarelli (Henry Winkler)
Paul Newman (half-Jewish)
Goldie Hawn (half-Jewish)
Captain Kirk (William Shatner)
Spock (Leonard Nimoy)
the owner of the Seattle SuperSonics (Barry Ackerley)
O. J. Simpson described as “not a Jew!” to great applause from the audience.
Rod Carew (He converted) (This is an error; Carew married a Jewish woman, but he did not convert to Judaism).[2] Ann Landers
“Dear Abby” (Pauline Phillips at the time.)
Harrison Ford (quarter-Jewish) (This is an error; Ford’s mother is actually fully Jewish)
Ebenezer Scrooge, described as not Jewish.
The Three Stooges
Tom Cruise’s agent (Cruise is not Jewish).

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