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Nov 25 2015

Christmas Classics the Whole Family can Enjoy


Do you remember when Reindeer were made fun of for having red noses? Do you recall how Kris Kringle became Santa Claus? Was it only once upon a time that snowmen could come alive and dance through the streets? Perhaps all these stories only happened in our dreams as visions of sugar plums danced through our heads. Or maybe, they are memories of some of the most classic Christmas Movies the holiday has ever seen. Hold onto your elf hats because you are about to be snowball pelted with the biggest Christmas nostalgic moment you will ever have this side of the North Pole!

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That’s right, avalanching to the shelves this Christmas is the Original Christmas Classics Anniversary Collectors Edition! Santa Claus is Coming to Town, Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer, Frosty the Snowman, the Little Drummer Boy, Cricket on the Hearth, Mr. Magoo’s Christmas Carol, and Frosty Returns are all collected together in one Christmas Classic Bundle. All those childhood stories once again come to life for a whole new generation on Blu-Ray! That is, if the new generation can pry it from my fingers.

I will be honest, the moment I received the blu-ray collection, I tore off the plastic faster than Rudolph could light his nose in a fog of peanut butter. I grew up with these films plastered all over the VCR every Christmas. We always had one Christmas Classic or another playing. So when this blu-ray collection landed in my hands, I couldn’t wait to restart the tradition of Christmas movies playing in the background or the family gathering around the TV, drinking hot cocoa and watching some of my favorite movies.

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I could continue my ramblings of my love for these Classic Christmas movies, but it would probably become more long winded than Yukon Cornelius. So let me make it clear and simple: I love these stories. The adventures each character goes through to grow and become something more than just an image on the screen is far beyond what we see today…Or at least I think so. Take Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer, it is a perfect movie to show what bullying can do to someone who is just a little different. It also shows how one needs to be strong because a brilliant light could be around the next iceberg. Frosty the Snowman teaches us to share and be kind, Santa Claus is coming to Town teaches us that a little kindness can melt even the coldest hearts and that everyone needs a little fun in their life. No matter how old you are, these films not only have a message, they are entertaining and contain the most lovable Christmas Characters.

This collection comes in a two disc collection with the seven timeless Christmas Stories and wonderful bonus features.
The Christmas Classics included are:

  • Santa Claus is Coming to Town
  • Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer
  • Frosty the Snowman
  • the Little Drummer Boy
  • Cricket on the Hearth
  • Mr. Magoo’s Christmas Carol
  • Frosty Returns

Each of these films have been Digitally remastered for wonderful sound and crisp vibrant images. They have been dusted off, cleaned up, and repainted so that a whole new generation can enjoy the masterpieces of the Christmas Classics. All I can say is, Beautiful. To see my favorite films reborn made my Christmas Season glow brighter than Rudolph’s nose.

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With a line up like that, you may already be thinking this is the greatest thing since the downfall of the Burgermeister Meisterburger, but it gets better. Not possible? Oh but it is. Try adding epic bonus features that will engage the audience, child or adult, for even more Christmasy fun! You can become an artist, make toys read the facts, sing-along to some of the most classic songs and more!
Bonus Features include:

  • Be an Artist & create
  • Learn to draw Rudolph, Santa, Frosty and more from a professional animator. Plus fun craft activities for the whole family.
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  • Santa Special Delivery
  • Enjoy 45 jolly notes about Santa and what makes the holidays so special.
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  • Rudolph unwrapped
  • Gift boxes are unwrapped to reveal 50 magical facts about Rudolph and all his friends
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  • Magical Melody and Kringle Jingle
  • Sing along to the memorable holiday tunes, Frosty the Snowman and Santa Claus is Comin’ to Town
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  • Frosty Snowflake Surprises
  • Magical snowflakes reveal 45 fun facts about everyone’s favorite snowman
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  • Sam the Snowman’s Sing-alongs
  • Join the fun and sing along to Holly Jolly and Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer

You too can share the wonder and the joy of these seven timeless stories with your children and grandchildren and create new memories and holiday traditions that you will cherish through the years. Simply purchase Original Christmas Classics Anniversary Collectors Edition from Amazon.com and begin the magical Christmas Journey with Rudolph, Frosty, Santa Claus and more.

Be sure to check out all the cool Christmas Crafts that dreamworksholidays.com features on their Holiday Website. Build Toys, print activity pages, solve mazes, connect the dots, write a letter to Santa and so much more can be found ready to print for you and your family to create. You can even build a rocking horse, make some delicious REESE’S PIECES COOKIES, or make Popcorn Snowmen (click the images below to fly over to the craft). How cool is that!?!?
Rocking Horse

REESE’S PIECES COOKIES

Popcorn Snowmen

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