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Festive titles from Mosaic

Mosaic Entertainment have announced the UK Region 2 DVD release of three Christmas classics on 10th November 2003. For the retail price of £12.99 each you will be able to pick up the following...

Rudolph The Red-Nosed Reindeer - This fantastic musical adventure is packed with songs and full orchestra backing, Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer follows Sam the Snowman (voiced by Burl Ives) as he tells us the enchanting story of Rudolph's magical adventures on the Island of Misfit Toys. Will he return in time to help Santa guide his sleigh through the snowstorm?

  • 4:3 Full Screen
  • English Subtitles
  • An Interview with award-winning Arthur Rankin, one of the creators of "Animagic" which completely changed the world of animation
  • Interactive Rudolph Trivia Game
  • "Fame and Fortune" song
  • Original TV Promo
Santa Claus is Comin' to Town with the bonus feature The Little Drummer Boy - Santa Claus and his friends are here in this fantastic musical adventure. Featuring the voice of Mickey Rooney as Santa Claus and narrated by the enchanting Fred Astaire, this classic Christmas tale tells the story of Kris Kringle and how he turned into the Santa Claus we all know and love today. The Little Drummer Boy - The classic story of the young, orphaned Drummer Boy with no gifts to give the new born baby Jesus, he gives the only thing he has - a song on his drum.
  • 4:3 Full Screen
  • No Bonus Features
Frosty the Snowman and Frosty Returns - It's party time for Karen and her friends when they discover their snowman 'Frosty' has come to life on Christmas Eve! But will they be able to save Frosty from the sunshine and escape the clutches of the evil Professor Hinckle, who wants to steal Frosty's magical hat? Frosty Returns - A power-hungry tycoon invents a new product that will eliminate snow, and a little girl goes on a quest to save the magical winter dust - and her friend Frosty.
  • 4:3 Full Screen
  • An interview with award winning Frosty the Snowman animator and producer, Arthur Rankin
  • Animator's original pencil test from Frosty the Snowman


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