We have gotten way off track from the rules, as laid out by OC Little Flower in the OP.
"Okay, so this game is based on taking words in common from titles of songs, movies, tv shows (not episodes, series) and novels. So, for example, if I posted "Gone with the Wind" someone else could post "Wind in the Willows" or "Tea with Mussolini" or "The Christmas Song" or...well, you get the idea."
So, the last answer was "A Christmas Story" (hilarious movie) so I need to think of a title with "Story" at the beginning.
"The Story of 'O' "
(The next player could use a title with "O" or "Oh" at the beginning, just like you can switch from singular plural and vice versa, change verb tenses, etc., when you can't think of an exact match.)
With all due respect, did you read the rules you quoted from OCLittle Flower? She said, 'if I posted "Gone with the Wind" someone else could post "Wind in the Willows" or "Tea with Mussolini" or "The Christmas Song" or...well, you get the idea.'
Not exactly the way you rephrased it, since 'The Christmas Song' shares only the insignificant 'the' with 'Gone with the Wind' and it certainly doesn't begin the new title.