The Little Angels would bring darkness to even the brightest Christmas. Unfortunately our heroes aren’t having anything close to that as they are living in a remote cabin and love to sled off cliffs. It’s another Goodtimes/Golden Films Christmas miracle!
An Angel comes a to town run by an evil flange factory, whose owner totally isn’t a Scrooge stand in, which has banned Christmas. But she forgets she’s an Angel until the end.
Hercules is the best, at least he certainly thinks so, but someone else got to be king so he complains a lot about it then does some horrible labors to get his mind off his mother.
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.