Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer

Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer

Director: Larry Roemer Cast: Burl Ives, Larry D. Mann, Paul Soles
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Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer

This stop-motion animagic version of the classic Christmas tale adds a bit of a twist when Rudolph encounters an abominable snowman. This was made for TV and features Burl Ives as the narrator. ~ All Movie Guide

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Release Date: 12/14/1993
UPC: 0012232730938
Original Release: 1964
Rating: NR
Source: Family Home Ent

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Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 10 reviews.
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Guest More than 1 year ago
we do not have the movie so we watch our local tv channel to see rudolph with his red nose come on the tv, and my children love the abominal snow man, well we love all the charactors on rudolph, we watch other shows with rudolph but rudolph the red nosed reindeer is our all time favorite, and the kids today love the grinch
Guest More than 1 year ago
Rudolph, the Red-Nosed Reindeer is indeed the most marvelous Christmas film ever! It is one of many superb animated films written by a great man named Romeo Muller. Rudolph is doubtless his best-loved work. I remember watching the film as a child, delighted and enraptured by the story that it told. Do you remember? Sam the Snowman as narrator (voiced and sung in the performance of a lifetime by Burl Ives) Rudolph the misfit and rejected reindeer Rudolph's friend, Hermy the Elf, also a misfit because he doesn't like to make toys but wants to be a dentist Yukon Cornelius, the prospector who befriends them both the Abominable Snowmonster of the North (whom Yukon, in prospector slang, invariably calls a "bumble") the Island of Misfit Toys, and its winged lion ruler, King Moonracer and many other characters and story threads. The presentation, interweaving, and resolution of all of these elements is positively Shakespearean in deftness, wit, poetic beauty and brevity of expression, depth, pathos, joy, moral instruction, and the sense that all ends as indeed it should. Grounded in a deep and sparkling love of all creation, these qualities characterize all of Romeo Muller's films. If you will see it devotedly--indeed, if you will see any and all of Romeo's films--you will become a finer, more compassionate, and a more truly loving human being.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I grew up watching this as a t.v. special. Burl Ives adds real warmth to a wonderful story. I humbly admit to watching this video many times throughout the year, it's simply a classic. Get it and share it with your kids.
Guest More than 1 year ago
For years already is Rudolph my favorite Xmas item. Since about 10 years i am collecting everything thast has to do with that lovable reindeer. For years it was not clear were the story came from. But sice internet 2 years ago for me it helps me more. Now i hpoe to people who want to contact me about this for me favorite reindeer. I thank all the people who already did so much work about Rudolph. Tank you all and to all of you a very happy 2003.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I'm twelve and have watched this and all the other Rankin/Bass Christmas movie since I was little. This one is my favorite. My dad even sits down and watches it with me. Everyone loves this movie.
Guest More than 1 year ago
the only bad thing i can think about this show is santa and rudolphs dad are sooooo mean but as a kid raised by a tv dang this show was actually helpful to me letting me know people are different and that is ok.. it's an absolute treasure and holds a warm warm place in my heart
Guest More than 1 year ago
We need more of this type of entertainment. Today everyone is so concerned about everything else to get ratings on TV and no one makes classics like this anymore. It's such a great twist on the holiday and is very kid-to-adult friendly. Clever story.
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