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Celebrate the holidays with many lovable cartoon characters including Heathcliff, Paddington Bear, Sabrina and the entire gang from Busytown. Bringing joy and warming hearts, these delightful Christmas programs will provide hours of entertainment for children of all ages. Oh, what fun it will be!
1. The Busy World of Richard Scarry The Big Apple Christmas Caper/Santa Needs Help 2. Archie s Weird Mysteries The Christmas Phantom 3. Gadget Boy s Adventures in History A Gadget Boy Christmas Around the World 4. Heathcliff North Pole Cat 5. Paddington Bear Christmas 6. Sabrina, The Animated Series Witchmas Carole 7. Sherlock Holmes in the 22nd Century The Adventure of the Blue Carbuncle 8. Treasure We Love Animals / Nightmare On Oxford St. 9. Wimzie s House The Perfect Christmas 10. Bump in the Night T was the Night Before Bumpy
BONUS EPISODE: Hey Vern, It's Ernest Ep #10 It s Holidays!
Top Customer Reviews
That isn't to say that the collection is bad; at least not all of it is.
"The Busy World of Richard Scarry" has two episodes, the second of which is better than most of the rest of this presentation.
With the episodes presented of "Archie's Weird Mysteries," "Gadget Boy's Adventures in History," "Treasure," and "Sherlock Holmes in the 22nd Century," I found myself asking if any of these ever actually were run in the United States at all; they have the look and feel of European cartoons. The "Archie" one is decent, "Sherlock Holmes" better. While "Treasure" is an interesting inclusion (two episodes of that one, only the second Christmas-themed) it's very "British" and not very Christmasy. "Gadget Boy" is bad but it's no worse than "Heathcliff," which always was a terrible cartoon.
The included episode of "Paddington Bear" is labeled as Christmas but again is very British and not very Christmasy.
The included "Hey Vern" episode isn't about Christmas specifically at all, but a bunch of holidays.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
these Christmas cartoons were poorly written and couldn't keep the interest of me or any of my kids or nieces or nephews. worst Christmas cartoons ever. Read morePublished on December 7, 2013 by mybraydog