Will Vinton’s Claymation Christmas Plus Halloween & Easter Celebrations

July 2, 2017 - Comment

The famous claymation California raisins ice-skate, sing and entertain the whole family in these festive holiday vignettes. Includes Claymation Comedy of Horrors (1991/24 min.), Claymation Christmas Celebration (1987/24 min.) and Claymation Easter (1992/23 min.) Color/NR/fullscreen. Product Features Factory sealed DVD

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The famous claymation California raisins ice-skate, sing and entertain the whole family in these festive holiday vignettes. Includes Claymation Comedy of Horrors (1991/24 min.), Claymation Christmas Celebration (1987/24 min.) and Claymation Easter (1992/23 min.) Color/NR/fullscreen.

Product Features

  • Factory sealed DVD

Comments

C. Rein says:

My childhood go-to film for Christmas! Will Vinton’s Claymation Christmas is a huge favorite of my family and has been since I was a little kid. We originally taped the special from the tv along with all the late 1980’s commercials (classic). Our tradition was to always watch it on Christmas day, rather than watch something everyone else watched like “The Grinch Stole Christmas” or “It’s a Wonderful Life”. My family is weird and we like our holidays weird too. 

Seth says:

so this year I am so glad to find it on DVD to give out as … My family had a VHS tape recorded of the claymation Christmas special when I was growing up, and it was a tradition to watch it every Christmas. Through the course of things we lost the tape, so this year I am so glad to find it on DVD to give out as gifts! The Halloween and Easter specials don’t seem to be on the same level as the Christmas special (maybe because I just never got attached to them as a kid) but the price is worth it to me even for just the Christmas special, considering how…

Adam Riemer says:

A must have for your Christmas Collection. I bought this strictly for the Christmas special but the other two are fun too. The transfer isn’t crystal clear but who cares? It shouldn’t be! Not everything needs to be in HD, enjoy the classics as they were. Brings back all the great memories of watching this on TV as a kid.

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