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General Discussions Discuss Favorite Rankin/Bass holiday special??? in the Community Center forums; ok, I know Rankin/Bass isn't Disney, but surely ya'll have a special place in your heart somewhere for their contributions to the world of animation. so, which is your favorite, ...
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    Favorite Rankin/Bass holiday special???

    ok, I know Rankin/Bass isn't Disney, but surely ya'll have a special place in your heart somewhere for their contributions to the world of animation. so, which is your favorite, and why? and if I didn't include your favorite, I will accept write-in votes. I included several of these because they are "holiday" favorites, not necessarily "Holiday" favorites (as in, not all of them are for Christmas).
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    BLAST!!! I meant to add "Mad Monster Party" in there, even though it wasn't technically a special but a full-length theatrical release (originally designed to compete with Disney).

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    rudolph - hands down - pure classic
    must see every Christmas

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    Rudolph wins it in my book. You don't see any of the other ones with this...

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    that is impressive... I may be forced to buy that

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    My fave is "The Year Without a Santa Claus", mostly because of Snow Miser and Heat Miser. I love those guys!

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    Rudolph's a classic and got my vote. But it was hard not to vote for the Miser :mickey: brothers!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Stitch
    My fave is "The Year Without a Santa Claus", mostly because of Snow Miser and Heat Miser. I love those guys!
    My DH would side with you April! He sings those songs ALL THE TIME!

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    I had to go with Rudolph as well, but there are a few of them that are must see's during our holidays....we always also have to watch:

    Frosty the Snowman
    Little Drummer Boy
    Santa Claus is Comin' to Town
    Twas the Night Before Christmas
    Nestor the Christmas Donkey
    Year Without a Santa Claus

    Our Holiday Movies start the day after Thanksgiving with at least one Christmas movie a day! Have the DVD library all set to go!
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    I love these epscially when the ABC Family channel plays them like everyday until New Years and all day on Christmas. As far as my fave goes got go with two and that's Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer and Santa Claus is Coming to Town. I love watching these as a small child. I also love Rudolph's Shiney New Years and not sure what the name of this one but the one about how Santa became Santa. I love all of Rankin and Bass specials they were and still are great.




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    This needs to be a multi-vote poll...there were too many that I like but I had to go with Santa Claus is coming to town. Just love it. I like Rudolph but he just always was too whiny for me. I am ready to see some of these though. My younger two are just really getting into the holiday spirit. They asked for the tree to come up this past weekend.


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    I know this is an old thread, but I know there's gotta be folks out there who didn't vote in this.

    Cast your vote! Let your voice be heard!

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    Wow dude, I had never even seen this thread!


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    did you vote? which one is Miss Caroline's favorite?

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    Rudolph. Happy childhood memories.


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