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An Elf's Story DVD
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- Based on the bestselling Christmas tradition The Elf on the Shelf
- Includes code for Santa's Secret website
- The DVD includes the 23-minute holiday special, TV trailer, behind-the-scenes video, and filmmaker's commentary
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An Elf's Story is filled with fun, music, and the timeless message that Christmas is something we carry out in our hearts.
An Elf's Story is the inspirational tale of Chippey, the enthusiastic young scout elf who is assigned by Santa to restore Taylor McTuttle's belief in Christmas magic. When Taylor breaks the number one Elf on the Shelf rule and touches Chippey in a boyish act of defiance, the elf loses his Christmas magic. Through the power of love and forgiveness, both Taylor and Chippey learn that true belief cannot be taught.
- Based on the bestselling The Elf on the Shelf: A Christmas Tradition
- DVD includes the 23-minute holiday special, TV trailer, behind-the-scenes, and filmmaker's commentary
- Debuted in 2011
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Top Customer Reviews
I have 2 little girls, ages 3 (almost 4) and 5 1/2. This is the 3rd Christmas we've enjoyed our adopted elf, who's name is Bicklebaum Woodle, or Bickle for short. Both of my girls have been a bit lukewarm about the Elf tradition, their interest coming and going.
I was delighted to see the release of the movie this year, and we watched it together as a family tonight before bed. We all really enjoyed it! After the movie was over I said "Bedtime!" and my daughters ran over to the Elf's current position on the fireplace mantle to say "GOODNIGHT BICKLEBAUM! MERRY CHRISTMAS!" Quite honestly, it's the first time they've said goodnight to him.
From a parent's perspective, it's wonderful. The story is cute, the character voices nice, animation and music well done, and a movie I don't think I'll mind playing over and over again.
I think the storybook that comes with the elf is a bit long, and leaves room for a lot of "what if" questions. My kids usually get squirmy before the end, and they love for me to read to them. I love that this movie does a great job of filling in some gaps left by the book, answering a lot of questions that inquisitive kids might ask. It shows how each Scout Elf gets his or her assignment at the North pole. Some elves are headed directly to a family. Some elves are headed to a place such as 'Bob's Books and Things' where a family can adopt them. As each elf leaves the north pole, they are even shown getting into their box, Santa adding in a book, and the box being closed up, looking EXACTLY like the box you see in stores - er - ADOPTION CENTERS.Read more ›
My son (3 at the time) LOVES this movie. It's really cute and well-made and very watchable, even for adults. At the time, he couldn't sit through a whole show, until this one. We also have the Elf on the Shelf book. The book is great for explaining the "rules", but the movie really gives you the warm fuzzies toward your elf.
The movie story line is about a family with two twin girl preschoolers and a tween big brother. The big brother doesn't believe in Christmas anymore and in trying to scare his sisters, he accidentally knocks the elf off his perch (touches him). And we see what happens to the elf (sad and cute) when you touch him. We get to see the elf and his friends return to the North Pole each night, have fun together, sing, talk to Santa, etc. We also get to see the elf move himself around the room each night in an effort to convince the boy that Christmas is real. And of course the story has a happy ending. 😋
Most Recent Customer Reviews
A family tradition that has become a classroom tradition as well! Movie is short enough for a young class and really helps set the mood for having an elf visit your classroom!Published 1 month ago by Kathy H
My kids love this movie. It's nice to have so they can watch it over and over not waiting for it to air on TV.Published 2 months ago by K. Bash