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Naughty & Nice Christmas Film List

Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer


Frosty the Snowman

Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer

Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer Santa’s 9th reindeer the story was written by Robert L. May in 1939. 1944 Rudolph first hit the small screen directed by Max Fleischer. The song adapted by Johnny Marks & recorded by Gene Autrt, it become a No 1. hit in 1949, and was added to the film in 1948. Then on Sunday December 6 1964 NBC debuted the 47min stop motion version, directed by Larry Roemer, Rudolph voiced by Billie Mae Richards. The animations where filmed in Japan the soundtrack was recorded in Toronto, Ontario.

In 1976 Rudolph's Shiny New Year. Feeling bullied due to his large ears, Baby New Year runs away and it’s Rudolph and his shinny nose, come to the rescue.

In 1979 Rudolph & Frosty team up for mad for TV Special Christmas in July.

Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer: The Movie released in the 16 of October 1998. A prequel the story is about the Younger days. It’s star studded cast with John Goodman the Voice of Santa, Whoopi Goldberg as Stormella, Eric Idle as the voice of Slyly the Fox.

Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer & the Island of Misfit Toys the latest release on October 30 2001 with Richard Dreyfuss as Scoop the Snow Man, Jamie Lee Curtis as Queen Camila, Rick Moranis & Kathleen Barr as Rudolph. In this adventure Rudolph & his friends stop the Evil Toy Taker from ruining Christmas.


Frosty the Snowman

Frosty the Snowman The story comes from a song 1950’s song by Gene Auty and the Cass County Boys. The first Frosty film was a short made in 1954.

Rankin-Bas company in Japan created the 30 min Television special it first aired on December 7 1968. Jackie Vernon as the voice of Frosty the Snowman. The story of a Snowman who come to life with a magic hat.

Frosty in Winter Wonderland the sequel Frosty travels back home to meet his friends. When he hears about the first snow fall, he also finds love. Then 1995 Frosty Returns was aired.


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