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Zack Ward in “A Christmas Story” and NowMGM/Bobby Quillard[contfnewc] [contfnewc] “A Christmas Story” airs around the clock during the holiday season and, believe it or not, the actors from the 1983 film are still getting royalty checks. “You’re going to be so disappointed,” Zack Ward, who played bully Scut Farkus in the classic film, told Page Six. “It’s basically about $1,800 every two years … and it comes in in Canadian money because we shot in Canada.” So what does the 47-year-old actor do with the extra cash? He told us he puts it in a special account just in case his mom needs it in the future. Ward, who was 13 years old when he starred in the Christmas classic, also revealed he still gets stopped on the street. “So many people come up to me and are like, ‘You got your ass kicked by Ralphie,’ and it makes them so happy,” he said. “I think they’re connecting to themselves as that little kid who had a bully and when they saw Scut Farkus get beaten up, they were just like, ‘Ye..