Prod 65 Warning required. This is an excellent movie for the kids. My 2 kids are 8 and 5, they absolutely love this movie. The while family can sit down and watch it together, and we do every Christmas. Atleast 20 times. I've been looking for this movie for a couple years Now and thank you Wal-Mart. Now they own it and can watch it whenever they want. Just like I remembered it as a child. Lots of laughs, action, and great fun. It will make you believe in Santa and all the excitement that comes with Christmas.
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Written by Randy Brooks, the song was originally performed by the husband-and-wife duo of Elmo and Patsy Trigg Shropshire in In the lyrics, a grandmother is celebrating at a Christmas Eve party with her family when, while off her medication and drunk on spiked eggnog , she staggers outside into a snowstorm against the pleas of everyone in the room. She is found the next day, trampled; Santa Claus and his reindeer are determined to be the culprits when "incriminating Claus marks" are found on Grandma's back. The second and third verses describe the Christmas gathering where "all the family's dressed in black" to mourn her death and wonders if all the Christmas gifts they bought for her should be returned the consensus is a firm yes. Christmas dinner otherwise goes on as normal, with a centerpiece of roast goose , figgy pudding for dessert, and "blue and silver candles" to match Grandma's hairpiece; the newly widowed Grandpa seems completely unfazed by his wife's demise and spends the holiday " watching football , drinking beer and playing cards with Cousin Mel" who, while not stated as such in the lyrics, is an attractive and much younger woman in the music video and animated film. The upshot is a warning to the listeners to beware, because "a man who drives a sleigh and plays with elves" should never receive a driver's license. In the music video, in which Elmo plays both Grandma and Grandpa while Patsy plays Cousin Mel, Grandma survives the attack and makes a triumphant return through the chimney. According to Brooks, he played the song while sitting in with Elmo and Patsy at the Hyatt Lake Tahoe in December , and after the show they had him make a cassette of the song for them to learn.
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The special was first released on home video in October, and then aired on The WB network on December 21st, The special begins by introducing Jake Spankenheimer and his family, most notably his grandmother, who owns a small general store in the town of Cityville. The store happens to be the only piece of property not owned by Austin Bucks, the wealthiest man in town, whose CEO corporation specializes in making Christmas easier and less involved for the town's busy residents. Grandma tells Austin that his method of trying to make Christmas easier is not really for the best and refuses to sell the store. This runs afoul of the gold-digging Cousin Mel, who plans to sell the store anyway.
Here are three streaming picks that capture the spirit of Christopher Nolan 's mind-bending masterpiece in their own way. Watch the video. Get the Latest News. When Santa cancels his annual flight because of a hurt reindeer, a young Christmas loving dog named Olive is convinced she has what it takes to get Santa's flight off the ground and save Christmas. Frosty the Snowman goes where he is needed most, and the town of Evergreen sure needs a visit from the friendly snowman. A living snowman and a little girl struggle to elude a greedy magician who is after the snowman's magic hat. Claus and his Elves set out to change his mind. Rudolph and Frosty are pitted against Winterbolt, an icy wizard who plots to make the North Pole his evil domain and enlist the help of Jack Frost and others to fight the Winterbolt.