Christmas Classics #Holiday #Giveaway

Christmas is right around the corner, like most Families we have some awesome Christmas traditions like opening PJs the night before and having our family Christmas party which is always super fun. On the weeks before Christmas we alwayshave movie night and pull out the good ole Christmas Classics like Rudolph, Frosty, and Santa Claus is Comin’ To Town. The boys absolutely love sitting down with a bowl of popcorn and cuddling on the couch while we watch these Classics on the TV but now instead of waiting for them to come on the TV we have the joy of watching these whenever we want because you can purchase them on DVD and Blu-ray!
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Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer: This classic 1964 television special featuring Rudolph and his misfit buddies set the standard for stop-motion animation for an entire generation before Tim Burton darkly reinvented it in the early 1990s. Burl Ives narrates as Sam the Snowman, telling and singing the story of a rejected reindeer who overcomes prejudice and saves Christmas one particularly blustery year. Along the way, he meets an abundance of unforgettable characters: his dentally obsessed elf pal Hermey; the affable miner Yukon Cornelius and his motley crew of puppies; the scary/adorable Abominable Snow Monster; a legion of abandoned, but still chatty, toys; and a rather grouchy Santa. In addition to the title song that inspired it, this 53-minute tape is crammed with catchy tunes such as “Silver and Gold” and “Holly Jolly Christmas.” Those who grew up looking forward to watching Rudolph every Christmas season will undoubtedly be able to recite the quotable quotes (“I’m cuuuute. She said I’m cuuuute.” “Herbie doesn’t like to make toys.”) as well as any Casablanca cult audience. –Kimberly Heinrichs

Santa Claus is Comin’ to Town: This 53-minute, 1970 animated film may be the most delightful of those sundry, stop-motion animated Christmas perennials that show up on television during the holidays. The clay animation production, boasting a wonderful musical score and art direction that occasionally underscores the flower-power era in which it was born, tells the story of Santa’s origins, in which Kris Kringle decides to get toys into the hands of poor children in gloomy Sombertown. Charmingly narrated by Fred Astaire and featuring voices by Mickey Rooney and Keenan Wynn, Santa Claus Is Coming to Town presents a nice bridge between two generations of entertainment, the classic and the hip. –Tom Keogh

Frosty the Snowman :Jimmy Durante narrates this Christmas story that is based on the song of the same name. To make up for the fact that her students are in school on Christmas Eve, the local schoolteacher hires the magician Professor Hinkle to entertain the kids. Unfortunately, he’s not a very good magician. Frustrated in his attempt to pull a rabbit out of his hat, he throws it away in anger. Outside, the kids build a snowman (what to call it? Harold? Oatmeal? Frosty!), and when the hat blows onto it–Happy Birthday!–it comes to life. Professor Hinkle decides he wants the hat back so he can make money off of its newfound magical properties, but the kids want to save Frosty. When the temperature starts to rise, a new problem threatens Frosty’s existence. Karen, the leader of the children, comes up with a plan to save him: take him on a train to the North Pole, where it’s always cold. With a cameo by Santa Claus, and the promise of Frosty’s return every year, this story of life, death, and holiday cheer is glazed with the sweet frosting of hope and happiness. A true holiday classic. –Andy Spletzer

Frosty Returns: n the same way that many a Hollywood sequel has little to do with the first film, Frosty Returns has almost nothing in common with the original Frosty the Snowman, aside from a man made of snow. The biggest difference is that this Frosty doesn’t need a magic hat to come to life. The story: In the town of Beansboro, old Mr. Twitchell has invented an aerosol spray that can remove snow without the hassle of shoveling or plows. This frightens Frosty, who enlists the help of amateur magician Holly and her friend Charles to stop the old coot. Made in 1992, Frosty Returns has an animation style that looks like a cross between the old Schoolhouse Rock and Peanuts cartoons, with voice talent that includes Jonathan Winters, Andrea Martin, Jan Hooks, Brian Doyle-Murray, and John Goodman as Frosty. The story may be divisive, pitting children against adults and a pro-snow contingent against anti-snow people, but the songs are catchy and the message is one that ultimately empowers kids. Like a hero from an old Western, this Frosty is a wanderer who leaves when his job is done so he can work his magic elsewhere. –Andy Spletzer

Purchase Christmas Classic on Blu-ray at Amazon for $34.09

We’ve never gotten into Veggie Tales but with Christmas around the corner I just knew the kids would love The Little Drummer Boy!
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In this Veggie-version of a holiday classic, Junior Asparagus stars as The Little Drummer Boy, a lonely child who finds the true meaning of Christmas when he stumbles upon the birth of the baby Jesus. A story of generosity, hope and love, this timeless tale will warm the hearts of children everywhere! Bonus Features:Audio Commentary“The Little Drummer Boy” Music VideoSing-Along Songs—“The 8 Polish Foods of Christmas” and “Can’t Smile Without Ewe”Behind the Music of “The Little Drummer Boy”Visit a Drum Factory with JuniorFamily Activity—Make Your Own DrumInteractive Book Preview—Christmas Is Finally Here

Purchase VeggieTales on Amazon for $11.99

Now that I’ve got you all excited about these awesome titles who wants to win them!? Since Christmas is only 13 days away I am going to only run this giveaway for 5 days!

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Fine print: We received both titles to review, no other compensation was received. All thought expressed are my own!


  1. Carmen Van Deursen says:

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  2. Carmen Van Deursen says:

    We also do the new pjs for the night before Christmas. My son looks forward to the elf on the shelf and a chocolate avert calendar. We go to a farm to pick and cut our tree. We love the heavenly ham for christmas day. I would love to win these classics so that we can watch them more often then what they are played on cable tv. Thanks for the chance to win.

  3. Amanda Alvarado says:

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  4. Amanda Alvarado says:

    We attend the children’s Christmas Eve mass and then come home and get ready for bed. Little ones get to open a present before bed. I’d love to win this because it has 2 of my all time favorite Christmas movies!

  5. Penny Kathleen says:

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  6. Penny Kathleen says:

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  7. Penny Kathleen says:

    Every year, on Christmas Eve, our kids get to open one gift and then my husband reads The Night Before Christmas before bed! I’d like to win to add these movies to our holiday traditions!

  8. Allison Downes says:

    We always watch christmas movies together!

  9. Robin Blankenship says:

    WE also have one night with my folks and then one day with in laws. Christmas morning at home

    I have been wanting this set forever.

  10. Janelle Prentice says:

    We spend Christmas with our family and I’d love to win these so I can share these movies with my son as he gets older

  11. before Mom passed away we (4 girls + Mom) would get together and make a Christmas ornament such as a wreath, a coat hanger tree, Santa booties and sleigh


  12. kimberly owens says:

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  13. kimberly owens says:

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  14. kimberly owens says:

    our family tradition is everyone always gets an early gift from st nick…pajamas. on Christmas Eve…we go to sleep in them and after Santa comes we all sit in the den with our pajamas and enjoy the gifts Santa has brung us.

  15. One of our traditions is making a big breakfast on Christmas morning after opening gifts. I would love to win this for my LO to start our Christmas DVD collection!

  16. sarah shult says:

    I like sledding with the kids on christmas day after opening gifts – we all love it

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  18. We are still at the stage of creating them but so far we have baking cookies on Christmas eve for Father Christmas and putting them out on a plate with carrots and milk for them

    Would love to win because my Husband loves the classics!

  19. I love just spending time together with my family for Christmas…decorating the trees, wrap presents, make goodies…
    And my family loves Veggie Tales.

  20. A tradition in our family growing up was that when my little sister and I woke up, we could go ahead and open our stockings without our parents. This gave them time ti wake up, and kept us satisfied to open our small gifts. It was a great idea, and def something I’ll carry on doing with my own children. :)
    I’d love to win b/c I love all the old Christmas specials… that was another tradition of ours. We always watched them together when they came on for the holidays. My fav was Charlie Brown. ;)
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  21. We always have a family Christmas get-together on Christmas Eve, hosted by my grandparents. One of my fondest memories/traditions! I’d love to win this for my daughter!

  22. Our family tradition is just to all get together on Christmas Eve we open gifts with my dad’s side of the family (santa even comes :) ) and on Christmas Day we open with my mom’s side… I love that we still all get together. My son is one of many Great Grandchildren that are there!

  23. We always read the Night Before Christmas on Christmas eve. I would like to win this as these are such good classic movies. Love them.

  24. We love driving around looking at the Christmas lights while we listen to Christmas music. I want to win for my friends kiddos; they just love these movies. Thank you!
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  25. We read this book my family has called the 24 days every day of the .month leading up to Christmas eve, I look forward to it everyday
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  26. We’re a “young” family and this is our first Christmas. So we’re just starting our traditions now :o)
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  27. Mary Dailey says:

    I commented on the Thomas The Train party

  28. Mary Dailey says:

    My favorite thing to do is drive around with the family to look at the Christmas lights and decorations in the ritzy neighborhoods. They actually compete to have the most lights! It’s amazing!

  29. We have a tradition of going to our town’s santa house. They usually have live reindeer you can pet, too.
    There wasn’t a place for a email address or a gfc name on the rc-
    gfc- debbie

  30. Debbie Jackson says:

    We have a traditional christmas eve in front of the fireplace with the grandkids. Love to win this to watch with them.
    gfc debijackson

  31. I don’t know why but the new Rafflecopter does not open for me. I enter through my email because I don’t have FB and all it does is say Welcome Carol.
    But I am a GFC follower under Lucky47. An email subscriber. Google + follower under Carol Luciano and Google Feed under caroluci47.
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  32. One of our oldest traditions is all the women getting together to spend the day baking and listening to Christmas music.Four of my 5 daughters all have their own families now. But it’s gone on since I was newly married.
    Carol L

  33. After we return home from my in-laws on Christmas Eve, my husbad and I like to sit by the fireplace and have a glass of wine. Once the kids are asleep, we put the presents under the tree and then watch “A Christmas Story”.
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  34. The hubby and I have eggnog while we get everything ready on Christmas Eve after the kids go to bed. Up early Christmas morning. We stay home so we can stay in our jammies and the kids can play with their new toys all day while I cook :)

  35. Julie Lundstrom says:

    Our family tradition is for my mom and my sisters to get together and do a full day of cookie baking for Christmas. A good tradition we have only been doing for 5 years now.

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