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Frosty’s Winter Wonderland and ‘Twas the Night Before Christmas

Curl up with a classic holiday hit like Frosty’s Winter Wonderland and ‘Twas the Night Before Christmas. Find out more about these Christmas flicks in Kidzworld’s review.

 

If you’re looking for a classic movie to help you warm up to the holiday season, check out Frosty’s Winter Wonderland or ‘Twas the Night Before Christmas. Both of these Christmas flicks are available on DVD and Blu-Ray this season, making the holidays easier to celebrate than ever before!

Frosty’s Winter Wonderland

Everyone’s favorite snowman is back for a season of winter fun and games. But, he’s lonely at night after the town’s children have gone to bed. So the grateful kids build him a beautiful snowlady companion. Jealous of the attention given to Frosty, Jack Frost blows up a blizzard and swipes Frosty’s magical hat. Only true love can bring Frosty back to his old, fun-loving self.

The remastered deluxe edition DVD also features a fun-filled look at the history of snowmen and the birth of Frosty!

‘Twas the Night Before Christmas

For some unexplained reason, letters to Santa are being returned to the children of Junctionville. It seem some resident has angered St. Nick by calling him “a fraudulent myth”. Skeptical Albert Mouse has to be brought to his senses and let up a little on the wonder why. How Albert is persuaded to change his tune paves the way for Santa’s jolly return!

The Blu-Ray combo pack also features Christmas: A Global Holiday, an animated comic book exploring Yuletide traditions around the world.

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