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Saturday, July 21, 2012

SCI-FI Christmas in July GIVEAWAY #2

It may be hot this July, but we're staying cool with the yule.

It's time for another giveaway!  This SCI-FI Christmas in July celebration wouldn't be complete without giving something away to my loyal readers.  With this prize pack, you'll be ready to watch some Christmas classics this coming December--or perhaps fill yourself with a little Christmas spirit any time of the year!

Here's what you can win:

The DVD Christmas Classics which includes the 1985 animated special George and the Christmas Star.  You just read about this adorable children's classic yesterday on this blog.  Click HERE to see that again.

The DVD The New Christmas Classics which includes Casper's Haunted Christmas, Gumby Christmas segments, the Christmas episode of George of the Jungle and Fat Albert's Christmas SpecialClick HERE to re-visit what I had to say about the TV classic Fat Albert's Christmas Special.

As if that's not enough, I'm throwing in a 3rd DVD entitled 2 Holiday Kids Movies which includes the movies Prancer and Blizzard.  Both movies are fantasy stories about magical reindeer changing the lives of young girls.  Prancer is quite good and includes not only Sam Elliott and Cloris Leachman but a young Johnny Galecki too.  Of course, all of these entertainments on these three DVDs are included in my encyclopedia Tis the Season TV.  Check out what I have to say about each of them there.

All three DVDs are brand new, factory-sealed.  There will be ONE winner for the entire package.  This giveaway is open to all North American residents but limited to valid entries with shipments made to the U.S. and Canada only.  Feel free to share this giveaway post with your friends and family.

Here's how you can enter the giveaway:

Do you follow my Facebook page 'Christmas TV History?'  Click HERE for the link.  If you don't already follow, give it a 'Like'.  Thank you if you already follow me there.  Now to enter the giveaway: leave a comment on the wall of the FB page 'Christmas TV History' and tell everyone which of the SCI-FI Christmas in July blog posts is your favorite so far.  That's it!  Do that and you're entered.

I'll randomly pick the winner from all qualified entries after 8pm (ET) on Monday July 23rd.  Good Luck!  And, Merry SCI-FI Christmas in July!


  1. Awesome! I liked your page on FB. Now I'm headed over to leave my comment. Thanks for the chance.

    Would you mind adding a subscribe by email option? I'm finding email subscriptions easier for following the numerous blogs I follow. If it's not too much trouble. Thanks!

    1. Good Luck!

      That's a good idea for me to add a subscription by email option for my blog. Thanks for asking. I'm gonna do that. It should be available by tonight :)

  2. The contest is now over! Our winner was selected at FB using Random.org's random number generator. Thanks to everyone for participating. Merry SCI-FI Christmas in July!

  3. Joanna thanks again for the Prize pack. Believe it or not I could not wait to see George and the Christmas star after you posted about it. The show was not bad.
    Thanks again

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