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A triple bill of stop-motion Seasonal favourites. In 'Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer' (1964), join Sam the Snowman (voice of Burl Ives) as he tells us the enchanting story of Rudolph's magical adventures on the Island of the Misfit Toys. Will he return in time to help Santa guide his sleigh through the snowstorm? 'Santa Claus is Comin' To Town' (1970) features the voice of Mickey Rooney as Santa Claus and is narrated by the enchanting Fred Astaire. The story centres around an orphan boy, Kris Kringle (Rooney) and how he turned into the Santa Claus we all know and love today. Also featured with the title film is the bonus feature entitled 'The Little Drummer Boy', the classic story of the young, orphaned Drummer Boy who has no gifts to give the new-born baby Jesus except a song on his drum. Finally, in 'Frosty the Snowman' (1969), it's party time for Karen (June Foray) and her friends, when they discover their snowman 'Frosty' has come to life on Christmas Eve! But will they be able to save Frosty from the sunshine and escape the clutches of the evil Professor Hinckle, who wants to steal Frosty's magical hat?
Animated version of the popular Christmas story. Karen and her friends are having a Christmas Eve party when they discover that their snowman, Frosty, has come magically to life. But will they be able to save Frosty from the sunshine and escape the clutches of the evil Professor Hinckle, who wants to steal Frosty's magical hat?
An animated classic featuring the vocal talents of Fred Astaire, Mickey Rooney and Keenan Wynn. It tells the story of how an orphaned child solves Kris Kringle's problems and gives joy to the children of Christmas Village.
Two hearts separated by war. A timeless love story - in letters. World War II. A difficult time for couples everywhere. Paul "Buddy" Frees would soon become one of America's most popular voiceover artists. Audrey "Annelle" Frees was the love of his life. One of them wouldn't make it through the war. This is the story of their all-too-short marriage, told in the letters they wrote to each other. With the exclusive cooperation of Annelle's family, author Ben Ohmart has painstakingly edited this moving collection of personal correspondence into a volume that paints a remarkable picture of two wartime lovers just beginning their life together. You'd Be So Nice To Come Home To is a companion book to Ohmart's popular biography Welcome, Foolish Mortals: The Life and Voices of Paul Frees, also available from BearManor Media. Join us for a love story that you won't soon forget. Share the joys and the tragedies of Buddy and Annelle Frees.
In addition to providing the voices of Boris Badenov and The Pillsbury Doughboy, and narrating films like "The Manchurian Candidate" and "The Shaggy Dog," Frees wrote the recently unearthed scripts and lyrics contained in this collection.
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