The Original Christmas Classics Gift Set

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Overview

This stop-motion holiday collection offers all seven of the most beloved Christmas specials from the 1970's, including the puppet-centric stop motion classics Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reigndeer, The Little Drummer Boy, and Santa Clause is Coming to Town. The set also includes Frosty the Snowman, Cricket on the Hearth, Mr. Magoo's Christmas Carol, and Frosty Returns.
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Overview

This stop-motion holiday collection offers all seven of the most beloved Christmas specials from the 1970's, including the puppet-centric stop motion classics Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reigndeer, The Little Drummer Boy, and Santa Clause is Coming to Town. The set also includes Frosty the Snowman, Cricket on the Hearth, Mr. Magoo's Christmas Carol, and Frosty Returns.
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Special Features

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Editorial Reviews

Barnes & Noble - Donald Liebenson
The holidays just wouldn't be the same without Linus explaining "what Christmas is all about, Charlie Brown," the Grinch carving the roast beast, or Rudolph coming to the rescue of the abandoned Misfit Toys. Based on the beloved Johnny Marks song, this was the first, and best, of the Rankin/Bass stop-motion animated holiday specials. Rudolph, whose red nose makes him a North Pole outcast, teams up with kindred misfit spirit Hermey, an elf who aspires to dentistry, and prospector Yukon Cornelius, on an odyssey that leads them to a showdown with the Abominable. The "Bumble," as Cornelius refers to him, has captured Clarice, a young doe whose fondness for Rudolph led her to recklessly go off in search of him. Well, when Rudolph and Clarice return to the North Pole, amid a ferocious storm sure to cancel Santa's annual mission, the reindeer-with-your-nose-so-bright's destiny becomes apparent. And then, when Cornelius and Hermey -- presumed doomed -- return with the defanged Bumble in tow, it's among the most heartwarming finales in the Christmas-classic canon. The superb soundtrack includes "Holly Jolly Christmas," "Jingle Jingle Jingle," "We're a Couple of Misfits," "There's Always Tomorrow," "The Most Wonderful Day of the Year," and "Silver and Gold." Rudolph is presented on DVD fully restored with footage that was deleted over the years for its annual television broadcasts.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 10/4/2011
  • UPC: 883476032689
  • Rating:

  • Source: Classic Media
  • Region Code: 1
  • Presentation: Pan & Scan
  • Time: 4:35:00
  • Format: DVD
  • Sales rank: 17,984

Scene Index

Disc #1 -- Original Christmas Classics - Disc 1
2. Kris Kringle [10:07]
3. No More Toys [9:42]
4. The Winter Warlock [18:12]
5. Santa Claus and Christmas [9:17]
2. Capture of an Orphan Boy [4:28]
3. Jerusalem at Last [3:50]
4. The Three Kings [5:48]
5. Miracle in Bethlehem [6:59]
1. Back on Broadway [:29]
2. Dreadful Apparition [9:45]
3. The Miracle of Now [5:07]
4. Golden Idol [5:21]
5. Poor Stiff [11:34]
6. Christmas Day [8:33]
Disc #2 -- Original Christmas Classics - Disc 2
1. Newspater Opening [:30]
2. Sam the Snowman [2:16]
3. Opening Credits [1:08]
4. Rudolph Enters [1:24]
5. "Jingle, Jingle, Jingle" [2:14]
6. Christmas Elves [1:44]
7. Hermey "Misfit" Solo [:59]
8. Rudolph "Misfit" Solo [:19]
9. Reindeer Games [1:10]
10. "We Are Santa's Elves" [3:04]
11. Flight Practice [4:30]
12. "There's Always Tomorrow" [2:44]
13. "We're a Couple of Misfits" [2:07]
14. Yukon Cornelius [1:05]
15. "Silver and Gold" [2:00]
16. Snow Monster Chase [3:16]
17. Misfit Island [:48]
18. "The Most Wonderful Day of the Year" [4:55]
19. Rudolph Grows up [2:07]
20. Rudolph Saves Clarice [:40]
21. Hermey & Yukon Save the Day [3:16]
22. Christmas Town [1:29]
23. Christmas Preparation [2:09]
24. "Holly Jolly Christmas" [1:14]
25. Christmas Eve [1:21]
26. Return to Misfit Island [1:17]
27. "Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reinder" [1:42]
2. Introduction [:46]
3. Professor Hinkle's Magic Show [1:39]
4. Building Frosty [1:00]
5. Frosty Comes to Life [1:38]
6. Credits [:26]
7. Frosty Comes to Life Again [2:11]
8. Frosty Begins to Melt [:52]
9. The Parade - "Frosty the Snowman" [2:18]
10. A Ticket to the North Pole [1:16]
11. The Train Ride [2:41]
12. A Fire on Christmas Eve [1:54]
13. The Plan to Get Frosty to the North Pole [1:01]
14. Waiting for Santa [2:02]
15. Santa Arrives Too Late [2:17]
16. Santa Teaches Professor Hinkle a Lesson [1:11]
17. Conclusion [2:04]
1. Introduction [1:40]
2. No School - "We Love the Snow" [1:00]
3. Holly Practices Her Magic [1:30]
4. Ms. Carbunkle [:54]
5. Holly Meets Frosty [1:18]
6. Summer Wheeze [:56]
7. The Boardroom [:56]
8. Frosty Panics [:26]
9. Holly Hides Frosty [:39]
10. School Presentation [1:43]
11. "Let There Be Snow" [3:45]
12. Mr. Twitchell Tries to Eliminate Frosty [1:05]
13. Holly and Charles Patch up Frosty [1:17]
14. Holly and Mr. Twitchell Face off [1:43]
15. "Let There Be Snow" Reprise [2:11]
16. Frosty Says Good Bye [:43]
17. Conclusion [:58]
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Menu

Disc #1 -- Original Christmas Classics - Disc 1
   Santa Claus Is Comin' to Town
      Play Story
   The Little Drummer Boy
      Play Story
   Mr. Magoo's Christmas Carol
      Play
      Scene Index
Disc #2 -- Original Christmas Classics - Disc 2
   Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reinder
      Play Movie
      Select Chapter
   Cricket on the Hearth
      Play
   Frosty the Snowman
      Play Feature
      Select Chapter
   Frosty Returns
      Play Feature
      Select Chapter
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