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Where can I watch Rankin-Bass Christmas specials 2021?

Where can I watch Rankin-Bass Christmas specials 2021?

Nestor, the Long-Eared Christmas Donkey These Rankin/Bass specials and more are available to watch with a cable login on and the AMC apps now through December 31st.

Where can I watch Rankin-Bass Christmas shows?

Where to stream Rudolph and Frosty’s Christmas in July (1979)

  • Streaming on fuboTV and AMC.
  • iTunes rental for $2.99.
  • iTunes purchase for $9.99.
  • Prime Video rental for $2.99.
  • Prime Video purchase for $7.99.
  • Vudu rental for $2.99.
  • Vudu purchase for $7.99.
  • Google Play rental for $2.99.

How many Rankin-Bass Christmas specials are there?

Just in the Christmas special subgenre alone, Rankin/Bass made 18 specials, of varying length and ambition, between 1964 and 1985. Nearly all of these films revolve around the performance of some Christmas song or another.

What was the first Rankin-Bass Christmas special?

Among Rankin/Bass’ original specials was 1975’s The First Christmas: The Story of the First Christmas Snow, featuring the voice of Angela Lansbury (who also starred in the 1982 adaptation of The Last Unicorn) as the narrating and singing nun, Sister Theresa, and Irving Berlin’s Christmas classic “White Christmas”.

Where can I watch classic Christmas cartoons 2021?

Where to Watch Rudolph the Red-nosed Reindeer

  • Stream Rudolph the Red-nosed Reindeer on Freeform.
  • Buy Rudolph the Red-nosed Reindeer on Prime Video.
  • Stream Frosty the Snowman on Freeform.
  • Buy Frosty the Snowman on Prime Video.
  • Stream How the Grinch Stole Christmas! on Peacock TV.
  • Stream How the Grinch Stole Christmas! on TBS.

How can I stream Christmas specials?

Amazon Prime Video Prime Video is also home to Christmas TV specials, as well as some offbeat film choices to shake up your holiday viewing.

What happened to Rankin-Bass puppets?

According to the outlet after production concluded on the special, the various puppets used were given away as souvenirs to crew members and family, separating them around the country and resulting in them being in varying conditions, if they survived at all.

Is there a documentary on Rankin and Bass?

A full length documentary on RANKIN/BASS PRODUCTIONS featuring the talent that made the holiday TV specials that many generations have grown up with including RUDOLPH THE RED-NOSED REINDEER, SANTA CLAUS IS COMIN’ TO TOWN, FROSTY THE SNOWMAN, etc.

What is the best Rankin Bass Christmas movie?

The Definitive List of Rankin Bass Christmas Claymation Movies. 1 1. The Life and Adventures of Santa Claus (1985) 2 2. Leprechaun’s Christmas Gold (1981) 3 3. Pinocchio’s Christmas (1980) 4 4. Rudolph & Frosty’s Christmas in July (1979) 5 5. Jack Frost (1979)

When is the Rankin/Bass marathon at AMC?

This year, AMC is hosting a multi-day Rankin/Bass marathon that began in late November and runs through late December andincludes airings of Nestor the Long-Eared Donkey , Rudolph’s Shiny New Year, and, of course, Santa Claus is Comin’ to Town.

What is the Rankin Bass claymation movie?

Like most Rankin Bass claymation movies, this one was written by Romeo Muller, and is based off of the song. It’s a biblically-inspired claymation film, but that’s not what’s wrong with it.

What happened to Rankin/Bass?

And while Rankin/Bass closed up shop in 1987, many of their specials are still holiday staples in the 21st century–which means that you still know about all this wonderfully weird world if you grew up in the ’90s or even the ’00s!