Richard Dreyfuss Narrates White Castle's Spinoff of a Christmas Classic

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White Castle has a thing for hijacking holiday staples. This Thanksgiving, the fast-food chain played up its classic stuffing recipe, which was first born in 1991 when, allegedly, a woman “accidentally” stuffed her bird with a pack of sliders. 

But disrupting Thanksgiving dinner wasn’t enough, so White Castle is back for Christmas. In ‘Twas the Night Before Craveness, viewers witness a more emotional side of narrator, actor and apparent mini burger enthusiast Richard Dreyfuss, who gets pretty choked up while reading words like, “The counters were clean and the people were home, but one single slider was left all alone.”

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