Burl Ives Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer (Blu-ray)
You might even say it glows!
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Blu-ray Disc Features:
- Run Time: 53 minutes
- Video: Color
- Released: October 16, 2018
- Originally Released: 1964
- Label: Universal Studios
- Encoding: Region A
Performers, Cast and Crew:
|Directed by||Larry Roemer|
|Narrated by||Burl Ives|
|Screenwriting by||Romeo Muller|
|Composition by||Johnny Marks|
|Story by||Robert May|
|Produced by||Arthur Rankin Jr. & Jules Bass|
|Voice:||Larry D. Mann, Billie Mae Richards, Paul Soles, Stan Francis, Alfie Scopp, Janis Orenstein, Paul Kligman, Carl Banas, Corinne Conley & Peg Dixon|
Rudolph would be nothing without its colorful cast of supporting characters-none of which Marks apparently felt worthy of inclusion in his original song. Full Review
Rudolph set the template for dozens of specials to come, from the theme of acceptance to celebrity narrators and original songs, but few ever matched the captivating high of the godfather of Christmas specials. Full Review
A paean to nonconformity that would be startling today, it must have been downright shocking in pre-hippie 1964, when it debuted.
In some sense one might think of it as the mother recipe of the American Christmas special. Full Review
All these years later, as a reminder that every oddball fits in somewhere, it still shines. You could even say it glows. Full Review
The characters in this Christmas special really make it... Rudolph and Hermey are wonderful examples of lovable misfits. And the wonderful thing about this special is that neither of these characters changes to fit their surroundings. Full Review
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Most days, I'm of the belief that Rudolph is the best Rankin-Bass Christmas special. It's iconic. It's a family tradition. It's about dentistry, at least in part. Full Review
The modern Christmas classic is brought to life in this stop-motion animated feature. Rudolph is shunned by the other reindeer because of his strange red nose. Rudolph and Herbie the Elf decide to run away and wind up having a series of adventures, meeting the Abominable Snowman and making their way through the Land of Misfit Toys before coming back in time to help Santa on Christmas Eve.
The stop-motion animation classic, narrated and sung by Burl Ives, about the little reindeer who saved Christmas from being cancelled.
- A presentation of Broadway Video.
- Copyright 1964 Videocraft International, Ltd.
- Music copyright St. Nicholas Music, Inc.
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