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JamesDFarrow 10-19-07 09:11 AM

Annimated Christmas DVD Recommendations
 
Annimated Christmas DVD Recommendations?

O.K. I have:

Bah! Humduck
Mickey's Christmas Carol
Buster & Chauncey's Silent Night
How The Grinch Stole Christmas (50th Anniv.)

And I am considering the Flintstones one and the Tom & Jerry Nutcracker one.

So, what are your recommendations for other annimated Christmas DVDs?

Thanks,

James

ceeece 10-19-07 09:44 AM

Charlie Brown!!

james2025a 10-19-07 10:06 AM

How about the He-man She-ra Christmas Special. There is also the animated version of the Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe that i grew up in England watching every christmas.

Also for some reason i always like to watch the Ralph Bashki LOTR at Christmas.

toldawg128 10-19-07 10:14 AM

Rudolph, Frosty the Snowman, Mr. Magoo's Christmas Carol.

It's too bad "The Night Before Christmas" (1968) isn't on dvd yet. Otherwise I would have recommended it. At least I still have my vhs version.

EDIT: The Simpsons Christmas dvd's are pretty good, if you like the show and don't own the season sets.

Off topic: Watching the Family Guy Christmas episode every x-mas will probably become a tradition of mine (I love that episode).

Lokimok 10-19-07 10:34 AM

A Charlie Brown Christmas
Ziggy's Gift
Creature Comforts: Merry Christmas Everybody! (this is also on the Creature Comforts season 2 set)

JamesDFarrow 10-19-07 10:41 AM

Thanks everyone.

Will check them out.

James

Trevor 10-20-07 11:45 AM

It looks like you don't own all the classics, like the Rankin/Bass stuff.

If you have a Costco near you, they have a set that includes 7 or so of the old standards (Rudolph, Frosty, Year W/O Santa Claus, etc) for about $30.

tonyc3742 10-20-07 11:55 AM

I went to Target last week, and they have like seven different configurations of the Rankin/Bass shows, along with a couple of them sold separately. If you watch and wait you should definitely be able to catch one of the packs on sale, I got the one in the red "leather" packaging (Rudolph, Frosty, Santa is Coming, and a couple more) for 17.99 from Best Buy last year. I did have to buy Year W/o separately, but it was six bucks.
Last year my boy watched Mickey Mouse's Twice Upon a Christmas, or something, about a dozen times, though I don't know if it's on DVD. It's still on the DVR for this Christmas.


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