We’re back at Notre Dame for Goodtimes’s take on the Hunchback tale. Prepare for Jetlag as this adaptation gives us more AND less than ever before!
Horrid animation for a horrid holiday special! Some tree loving orphans have to deal with Mrs. Mavilda, who loves losing money given to her by… Old Mayor!? Also Santa might be Jesus.
Jessie is a little brat that needs to be taught a lesson by toys coming life to life. His dad is also a jerk and needs saving by toys. It’s truly a Goodtimes/Golden Films Christmas.
This is probably Goodtimes/Golden Films most blatant Disney rip off as far as the plots in these cash in flicks go.
The Goodtimes/Jetlag version of the tale where identification via fragile footwear is better than someone’s face.
A little girl is dying from holidayitis and the only way for her to live is to trick her into staying alive until Christmas. How best to do that? A Magical Snowman story of course! Thanks Goodtimes!
The sequel to Rakin/Bass’s Rudolph movie made 37 years later in 3D by Goodtimes.
Goodtimes actually made an animated film for theaters and it was a Red-Nosed Box office bomb!
Down we go back down the Goodtimes rabbit hole with their take on Alice in Wonderland! It’s Fall and they’ve got a lot of fountains…
If you threaten to kill both her and her father for picking a rose Beauty will pretty much be in love with you right away.