He-Man & She-Ra - A Christmas Special
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The holiday season comes to the magical worlds of Eternia and Etheria in He-Man and She-Ra A Christmas Special! When Orko accidentally winds up on Earth during the Christmas winter he befriends two children who share stories of the goodwill and merriment that the holidays embrace. When they finally return to Eternia the holiday spirit is spread amongst the entire Royal Palace but this overflowing goodwill attracts the unwelcome attention of Horde Prime and Skeletor. Will the combined power of He-Man She-Ra and the spirit of Christmas be enough to stop them?System Requirements:Running Time: 45 minutesFormat: DVD MOVIE Genre: CHILDREN/FAMILY UPC: 787364630790
- The Holidays and Morals of He-Man and the Masters of the Universe
- The Heroes and Villains of He-Man and the Masters of the Universe
- Two collectible 4x6" exclusive art cards
- "I Have the Power" music video and featurette
- A montage of morals
- Character profiles
- Trivia and fun facts
- The complete script
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Characters from the "He-Man" and "She-Ra" cartoons come together in this special holiday episode. Adora has returned to Eternia to celebrate Christmas with her parents and her twin brother, Adam. She's also brought a bunch of friends from Etheria with her to join in the fun. The holiday celebrations turn sour when Orko is playing in one of Man-at-Arms' new defensive devices, a Sky Spy. Poor Orko inadvertently launches the ship, and he ends up taking a trip into space and landing on a mysterious planet called Earth. Orko meets two children, Alishia and Miguel, who are lost in the woods. They join Orko in the Sky Spy to get out of the cold just as Man-at-Arms figures out how to bring the ship back to Eternia...with Orko and the kids in tow.
Of course, Christmas with He-Man and She-Ra wouldn't be complete without everyone's favorite villains. Skeletor and Hordak are commissioned by their boss, Horde Prime, to kidnap the children and deliver them to him...Horde Prime believes that they are the source of the "disgusting Christmas spirit" that is polluting his universe, and he is determined to get rid of them! Skeletor and Hordak compete against each other to see who can kidnap the children first. Alishia and Miguel end up spending a good portion of time with Skeletor, and in my opinion, that's the best part of the show. We get to witness the evil Skeletor become attached to these two kids and their Manchine puppy, Relay. It's hilarious!
In the end, Skeletor becomes filled with the Christmas spirit, and he saves the children from what would have been certain doom at the hands of Horde Prime. The kids get to enjoy Christmas and are eventually returned to their Earthen parents safe and sound.
Overall, this Christmas special is one of my favorite parts of the "He-Man" and "She-Ra" series. All of our favorite characters are together in one place, which is a lot of fun. There are also plenty of new characters, including the Manchines, who are a bunch of little robotic people and animals. Even though we get to see a lot of He-Man and She-Ra in this episode, Skeletor is the real star of the show...I crack up every time I see him get all sentimental on the screen!
I'm thrilled that this DVD is finally being released. Now that the "He-Man" series has slowly started to trickle out on DVD, hopefully "She-Ra" won't be far behind!
I like how this story really gives an all star cast to play in this collection of the He-Man and She-Ra series.
Although, the title of the movie is ©He-Man & She-Ra A Christmas Special; it seems as though Orko is the main character in this saga.
Skeletor and Hordak team up like they have in the past against the do gooders, however as per usual, their partnership is always faulty.
All and all, I must say that this is a must have for the Filmation fans of the past. Also, something that can be added to any Christmas collection to put on for the kids. In my opinion it's right up there with ©Miracle on 34th Street and other timeless classics.
Only thing I would change would be to have made the movie longer.
Unfortunate this special is worse than an average episode of the regular series, as too much time is wasted on The Monstroids (a cheesy Transformers clone) and The Manchines. Miguel and Alicia had too much screen time as well.
Masters of the Universe fans appreciate the cameos of the more rare characters in the background.