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Southern Utah home becomes a castle for Christmas

Christmas has come and gone, but there’s still another week to cram in a bit more holiday cheer. And if you’re in St. George, there’s really only one place to do that: Frank Kuhn’s place.

Kuhn posted a pair of videos to YouTube of his light-bedecked, southern Utah home earlier this week. The first video is a wide shot and makes the building look more like It’s a Small World at Disneyland than a ordinary structure in St. George. Most obviously, it’s a castle. And, the set appears to spew smoke and broadcast Disney music.

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The second video shows that the set includes cut-out characters from the TV show "Phineas and Ferb."

And though the videos include no description of the set — I’d like to know how many lights were used, for example — it’s still an incredible feat.

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