Christmas Vault – Characters

Christmas is a pretty big deal. Billions of people around the world take time off from their daily routines to celebrate Christmas. Even some of our most cherished fictional characters take the time to recognize the holiday. They often search for the meaning of Christmas, or show the readers how they celebrate. Christmas is such a big deal, there have even been characters whose sole reason for being created has been to add to the festivities of Christmas. These characters will truly go down in history. 

Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer DV001163

CHILDREN/ANIMATED, 53 MIN., COLOR. The favorite Christmas tale of the shunned reindeer with a glowing nose who guides Santa through a fierce blizzard to keep Christmas from being cancelled.

Madeline’s Christmas DB023245

On Christmas Eve Madeline is the only one who is not sick in bed at Miss Clavel’s school. Although she must do all the cooking and cleaning, the spunky little girl is not too busy to arrange a special Christmas treat for her beloved schoolmates. For preschool-grade 2.

A Charlie Brown Christmas DV001137

CHILDREN/ANIMATED, 25 MIN., COLOR. The favorite cartoon characters of the Peanuts cast present an adorable special designed to bolster the Christmas spirit in everyone.

Frosty the Snowman DV001157

CHILDREN/ANIMATED, 30 MIN., COLOR. This animated classic tells the story of a magical hat that accidentally brings a jolly snowman to life and causes some marvelous adventures.

Arthur’s Perfect Christmas BR015596

Arthur had hoped for an ideal holiday, but it doesn’t snow, he accidentally breaks his mom’s gift, and his father makes an unusual dinner. Arthur starts to think he’ll have a terrible Christmas until an unexpected guest changes everything. For grades K-3. 2000.

A room with a burning fire place and a decorated Christmas Tree surrounded by gifts. There is also a small wooden table set with a plate of cookies and a glass of milk. There is a lone red ornament in front of the fire place reflecting the contents of the room. The book covers from the list are on top of the image.

A room with a burning fire place and a decorated Christmas Tree surrounded by gifts. There is also a small wooden table set with a plate of cookies and a glass of milk. There is a lone red ornament in front of the fire place reflecting the contents of the room. The book covers from the list are on top of the image.

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