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Name:Xmas Specials 3 Animated Christmas Specials pt 3 of 5

Total Size: 2.98 GB

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Last Updated: 2010-12-26 11:04:08 (Update Now)

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Yogi Bear's All-Star Comedy Christmas Caper (Hanna-Barbera Prods., 1982).avi (Size: 2.87 GB) (Files: 11)

 Yogi Bear's All-Star Comedy Christmas Caper (Hanna-Barbera Prods., 1982).avi

245.47 MB

 Yes Virginia, There Is A Santa Claus (Wolper Productions, 1974).avi

250.26 MB

 The Smurfs Christmas Special (Hanna-Barbera Prods.-SEPP International, S.A., 1982).avi

225.17 MB

 The Life & Adventures of Santa Claus (Rankin-Bass Productions, 1985).avi

551.47 MB

 The Fat Albert Christmas Special (Bill Cosby-Filmation Associates, 1977).avi

199.85 MB

 The Bear Who Slept Through Christmas (DePatie-Freleng Enterprises-Sed-Bar Prods., 1973).avi

250.15 MB

 George and the Christmas Star (Potterton Productions-Canadian International Studios (C.I.S.) Inc., 1985).avi

250.21 MB

 Christmas Comes to Pac-Land (Hanna-Barbera Productions, 1982).avi

225.01 MB

 Babar and Father Christmas (MTR Ottawa Prods Ltd.-Atkinson Film-Arts, 1985).avi

250.18 MB

 A Very Special Christmas With Beavis and Butt-head (MTV, 1993).mpg

236.69 MB

 A Very Merry Cricket (Chuck Jones Enterprises, 1973).avi

250.01 MB
 

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PACK 3 CONTAINS:


- BABAR AND FATHER CHRISTMAS (MTR Ottawa Productions Ltd./Atkinson Film-Arts, 1985) King Babar's children in Celesteville hear of the wonderful Father Christmas who brings toys to all the children in Man Country on Christmas Eve. The children write a letter to Father Christmas in the hopes of inviting him to Celesteville but when their letter goes astray, King Babar goes into Man Country to search for him personally... Based on the book by Jean de Brunhoff.

- Ted E. Bear in THE BEAR WHO SLEPT THROUGH CHRISTMAS (DePatie-Freleng Enterprises, Inc./Sed-Bar Productions, 1973) Ted E. Bear is eager to find out about Christmas while the other bears get ready for hibernation.

- CHRISTMAS COMES TO PAC-LAND (Hanna-Barbera Productions, 1982) While making his familiar trek across the skies on Christmas Eve, Santa Claus develops sleigh trouble and crash lands in Pac-Land. The Pac family comes across Santa and, along with policemen Morris and O'Pac, they pool their resources to repair the sleigh and get Santa and his reindeer back on course. Based on the famous video game series from Namco Ltd.

- THE FAT ALBERT CHRISTMAS SPECIAL (Bill Cosby/Filmation Associates, 1977) In another part of Philly, the Cosby Kids are rehearsing for a Christmas pageant at their junkyard clubhouse, which Tyrone, the mean old junkyard owner, is fixin' to tear down. That's when Marshall & his parents show up. With their car broken down, Marshall's mom is about to have a baby and his dad, without health insurance, inspires the gang to invite them in the clubhouse for shelter. Tyrone agrees to let them stay until the baby is born, in exchange for Fat Albert working for him as a sidewalk Santa. "Ho-ho-ho's" in Fat Albert fashion ensue.

- GEORGE AND THE CHRISTMAS STAR (Potterton Productions/Canadian International Studios (C.I.S.) Inc., 1985) From the director of "Heavy Metal", Gerald Potterton, comes this holiday classic (based on a segment in the National Film Board of Canada film "Christmas Cracker" ). George discovers that his Christmas tree lacks a brilliant star, so he puts together a spacecraft and leaves his planet in search of one. Featuring songs written by Paul Anka.

- THE LIFE AND ADVENTURES OF SANTA CLAUS (Rankin-Bass Productions, 1985) The Great Ak calls a council of the Immortals to ask that Santa Claus be given immortality. And to justify it, he tells the history of Santa Claus. The Ak found an abandoned baby and gave it to a lioness and a fairy to raise, who named him Claus. When Claus grew up, the Great Ak showed him the evil and hardship in world and Claus decides to live there and relieve some of the suffering. He decides to make toys for orphans, but King Agua, the ruler of the valley where Claus lives doesn't want the chidren to be happy. and there is a great battle among Immortals. The last Animagic special produced by Rankin-Bass.

- The Pink Panther in A PINK CHRISTMAS (Mirisch/Geoffrey/DePatie-Freleng/United Artists, 1978) The Pink Panther employs various strategies in an effort to get himself a big holiday dinner. Story adapted from O'Henry's "The Cop and the Anthem."

- THE SMURFS CHRISTMAS SPECIAL (Hanna-Barbera Productions/SEPP International, S.A., 1982) Based on the popular series created by Peyo.

- A VERY MERRY CRICKET (Chuck Jones Enterprises, 1973) Featuring the voice of voiceman extraordinaire Mel Blanc, this holiday tale (a follow-up to the popular A CRICKET IN TIMES SQUARE) is filled with fun and "human" interest, as the characters created by children's author George Selden continue their merry adventures. This time around, Chester the cricket is back in New York to spend Christmas with his friends Harry the cat and Tucker the mouse. The hustling, bustling, sometimes unfeeling city learns a little about the power of Christmas and honest simplicity, especially when this visiting country cricket stops traffic in its tracks with a haunting rendition of "Silent Night" played on his wings Seasonal warmth is the order of the day, along with loads of goofy fun. It's a short, sweet little feature, and since it's directed by Looney Tunes maestro Chuck Jones, there is more than enough subtle satire to keep the cynics satisfied as everyone else gets misty in the eye over the power of the season.

- A VERY SPECIAL CHRISTMAS WITH BEAVIS AND BUTT-HEAD (MTV, 1993) Beavis & Butt-head watch the Yule Log on TV and decide that Christmas is cool.

- YES VIRGINIA, THERE IS A SANTA CLAUS (Wolper Productions, 1974) Partly based on a true story, a little girl writes to the editor of a newspaper concerning the existence of Santa Claus.

- YOGI BEAR'S ALL-STAR COMEDY CHRISTMAS CAPER (Hanna Barbera Productions, 1982) Yogi escapes from Jellystone Park and poses as a store Santa, helping a little girl restore her faith in the meaning of Christmas.


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