|1982's The Snowman|
By now, you've heard the news that I'm hosting guest bloggers next month. Everyone is writing an essay about their favorite ANIMATED Christmas entertainment. Click HERE for the original introduction and instructions. Click HERE for Part 2: more images to jog your memory about animated episodes, specials and movies.
|1979's Bug Bunny's Looney Christmas Tales|
Here in Part 3, I want to let you know what titles have already been reserved. If you'd like to participate, please also send a 2nd choice just in case your 1st choice has already been selected by someone else. The following lists titles already taken:
--Mr. Magoo's Christmas Carol
--Batman: The Brave & the Bold episode "Invasion of the Secret Santas!"
--Twas the Night Before Christmas
--Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer
--The Simpsons episode "Marge Be Not Proud"
--A Charlie Brown Christmas
--The Small One
--A Garfield Christmas
--Santa & the Three Bears
--Winnie the Pooh and Christmas Too
--Yogi's First Christmas
--Mickey's Christmas Carol
--Little Drummer Boy
--Santa Claus is Comin' to Town
What would YOU like to write about? As you can see, there are still plenty of titles both classic and contemporary still available. Email me according to the instructions with your selection. Let me give you a few more images to inspire you. Come and join the party!
|Family Guy's 2010 Christmas episode "Road to the North Pole."|
|1974's "Yes, Virginia There is a Santa Claus" or this 2009 re-make.|
|1936 cartoon "Christmas Comes But Once a Year."|
|Any one of the several Prep & Landing specials.|
|1976's Rudolph's Shiny New Year|
|Squidbillies 2006 Christmas episode "Rebel With A Claus"--or any of the many Adult Swim Christmas installments.|
|The original 1966 Grinch special is still up for grabs!|
|Maybe the contemporary film Arthur Christmas touched your heart? Tell us all about it in July.|
|Disney's Christmas Carol is currently streaming on Netflix.|