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Top 10 Long Lost Christmas Specials

Dec 20, 2011

There are many things you can do to get into the Christmas spirit and the most fun way to do it is to watch a Christmas special on TV. But you probably don’t even know about some of the best Christmas specials made many years ago. Kidzworld has searched the airwaves to bring you a list of 10 long forgotten Christmas specials.

No. 10:The Snowman

This special cartoon has the most amazing music and drawings. It’s about a magical snowman that comes to life… but it’s not Frosty so don’t pass on this one.

 

 

No. 9: The Muppet Family Christmas

The Muppets are so much fun. Even though they’re from the '70s, don’t be shy to check them out. They will always be fun to watch.

 

 

No. 8: A Garfield Christmas Special

Garfield is the perfect Christmas cartoon. It’s about a big fat selfish cat that loves to eat lasagna. Watch what the Christmas spirit does to this cat and you will follow!

 

 

No. 7: The Smurfs Chistmas Special

So the big story this year was the Smurfs, but the Smurfs were so popular in the '80s for their cartoons like this one.

 

 

No. 6: A Charlie Brown Christmas Special

If you don’t get a good Christmas present this year, watch this cartoon. It will help soothe your pain.

 

 

No. 5: Pee Wee’s Christmas Special

Pee Wee Herman had a show called Pee Wee’s Playhouse. If you like weird stuff, then this might be right up your Christmas alley!

 

 

No. 4: How the Grinch Stole Christmas

This Dr. Seuss tale is well-known and not forgotten at all, but it’s so important to watch once in your life that it should be included in every single Christmas special list.

 

 

No. 3: Santa Claus is Coming to Town

What is Santa gonna bring you for Christmas this year? This Xmas special just might have the answer!

 

 

No. 2: A Christmas Story

OK this isn’t a Christmas special but this movie plays on TV 100 times every Christmas and it gets to come on the list because it is absolutely the perfect Christmas story.

 

 

No. 1: The California Raisins Christmas Special

These long lost singing raisins haven’t been shown on TV for ages, but if you get a chance to see their Christmas special, it will definitely get you dancing or at least shaking your booty… and that’s what Christmas needs every year.

 

 

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