The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida on December 7, 1997 · Page 171
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The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida · Page 171

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The Red-Nosed I j RelndeerOy -Jy' hosttj fic diiotamai Came Frosty and Rudolph With his shiny red nose, Packed with all of the classics One loves so and knows. It's beginning to feel a lot like Christmas, with thoughts of Rudolph and Frosty and other holiday tales we've cherished for generations, family Home Entertainment has a pouch full of delightful animated Christmas videos to delight young children and carry on the merriest of traditional lore. Rudolph, the Red Nosed Reindeer, told and sung by Burl Ives, is an original holiday favorite. If Santa can't find his way to guide his sleigh through a fierce blizzard, Christmas may be canceled! Fortunately, Rudolph, shunned by the other reindeer because of his glowing nose, finds there's good reason for his shining snout. He becomes a hero when his bright red nose lights the way, guiding Santa through the storm, helping him to deliver Christmas presents to children all over the world. Classic performer Fred Astaire sings and tells the delightful story of how Kris Kringle got his start as the world's favorite gift giver in Santa Claus is Coming to Town. It's a struggle for the jolly gentleman, but he brings toys and happiness to the children of Sombertown. The 53-minute video also features Mickey Rooney as Kris and the voices of the Westminster Children's Choir. Jimmy Durante tells the tale of that frigid fnend, Frosty, in another original, Frosty the Snowman. When this sweet snowman accidentally comes to life, he must weather a storm of adventures and the dastardly plans of an evil magician before he can find safety and happiness at the North Pole. A chilling and wonderful tale! 1 L 1 the original Christmas Classics! , e-- V. V, Yst . Frosty comes back to help Holly save the snow in the little town of Beansboro in Frosty Returns. Jonathan Winters tells the icy tale of Holly and Frosty pitted against a power-hungry tycoon who has invented a new product that will eliminate snow with a simple spritz from a can. Frosty and Holly must convince the people of the town that snow really isn't a nuisance it's good for the environment and fun for the children! The Vienna Boys Choir brings jubilant song to The Little Drummer Boy, the story of a young, orphaned drummer boy who is kidnapped by an evil man. After he escapes, he searches for his camel and finds him in the manger of Baby Jesus. Having The original CjX. JTT holiday classic tales for your whole family no girt tor the Baby, he gives the only thing he has a song on T fa DRiJ 98 T I I j Each 7 J his drum. And yet it is the only gift to which the Baby Jesus responds. Miraculously, the Drummer Boy's pet lamb is healed and a ray of hope once more enters his life. These well-known Christmas Classics, Available wherever videos are sold. r, 4) Boofei' Th.utt.oj j y: Drummer Boy J f 1 M

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