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Dr. Seuss’ How The Grinch Stole Christmas Blu-Ray & DVD :: Review & Video

We all know the story of Dr. Seuss’ How The Grinch Stole Christmas by now – right? Well, in case you need a refresher course on this not-to-be-missed animated holiday classic, we’ve got a new review for you – with all the details you’re craving about the special bonus features you’ll get when you grab the newly released Blu-Ray & DVD Combo Pack this holiday season!



Who’s Who In Whoville

The name Theodor Geisel may not mean much to you, but chances are the name Dr. Seuss does. Born Theodor Seuss Geisel, the famous kids (and adults!) author and illustrator published more than 60 bestselling stories, introduced readers to countless creatures and numerous worlds and continues, even after his death, to sell millions of books around the world. All things considered, it may be impossible to try and ID Seuss' most popular tale – but, when it comes to Christmas faves, one story rises above the rest: How the Grinch Stole Christmas. It’s not just a charming holiday classic, it's an unforgettable treat that teaches us to cherish family and friends above all else. And now this smartly written, sharply narrated, wonderfully conceived animated masterpiece is about to be released on Blu-Ray.



The Story

The residents of Whoville - a small town brimming with laughter, goodwill and cheer – love Christmas and everything it represents. But the sinister Grinch, a grouchy green creature who lives in a mountaintop cave overlooking the town, does not. He hates all the noise, presents, celebrations, parties ... everything to do with Christmas really gets his goat. So, he decides to sneak into Whoville one night and steal every stocking, light, package, bow and sliver of tinsel he can find. Dressed as St. Nick, he carries out his devilish plan, robbing the town of everything that has anything to do with Christmas. Everything goes off without a hitch – until the Grinch suddenly hears a sound he never expected: singing. Suddenly, he learns that Christmas isn’t about the gifts, rituals and dinners – it’s about the joy and the love that comes with it. As the Grinch’s heart begins to grow, Dr. Seuss' How the Grinch Stole Christmas becomes a Christmas classic that's as meaningful today as it was when it first aired 43 years ago.



So, if you’re a sucker for Christmas, heartfelt movies like Dr. Seuss' How the Grinch Stole Christmas are sure to be among your fave holiday films. With the rich, expressive animation of the late, great Chuck Jones, the story is one of Seuss' best, touching on the dangers of consumerism, and the nature of human compassion and goodwill – and it’s a story you’ll want to watch again and again. Be sure to grab a copy of this special Blu-Ray & DVD Combo Pack and share it with your family this holiday season.



Grinchy Goodies

This Blu-Ray edition of Dr. Seuss' How the Grinch Stole Christmas offers fans some cool bonus features:

  • Audio Commentary
  • Dr. Seuss And The Grinch: From Whoville to Hollywood
  • Songs In The Key Of Grinch
  • Song Selections: An audio player that lets you listen to four songs from the film on their own
  • How the Grinch Stole Christmas Special Edition: Documentary on the making of the movie
  • Who's Who In Whoville: Text-based bios
  • Grinch Pencil Test: Three storyboards that trace back to the original production
  • Bonus Copies Of The Film: A standard DVD version of the film and a Digital Copy as well


  • Video: Movie Trailer


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