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Holidaze: The Christmas That Almost Didn't Happen

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Holidaze: The Christmas That Almost Didn't Happen is an American stop-motion animated Christmas television special directed by David H. Brooks, and produced by BixPix Entertainment, Once Upon a Frog and Madison Street Entertainment, originally aired in 2006. The show's plot has Rusty Reindeer (Fred Savage) the younger brother of Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer joining a support group for depressed holiday icons, and he and the other characters search for the meaning of Christmas and help a young boy (Dylan and Cole Sprouse) to get on Santa's nice list. Rusty's cohorts include Candie, the Easter Bunny (Gladys Knight); Mr. C, the grouchy cherub (Paul Rodriguez); Albert, the Thanksgiving Turkey (Harland Williams); And Trick and Treat (Brenda Song and Emily Osment) the teenage Halloween Ghosts.

Cast[edit]

  • John Ales as Hank/Roger
  • Edie McClurg as Mrs. Claus
  • John O'Hurley as Kringle
  • Gladys Knight as Candie
  • Paul Rodriguez as Mr. C Aka Cupid
  • Fred Savage as Rusty Reindeer
  • Brenda Song as Treat
  • Emily Osment as Trick
  • Dylan and Cole Sprouse as Kid
  • Fred Willard as Santa Claus/Dog Catcher
  • Harland Williams as Albert the Thanksgiving Turkey
  • Andrew Block as Photographer Elf/Tech Elf/Dad/Italian Chef

Sponsorships[edit]

The 60 minute Christmas special was sponsored by Campbell's Soup, Wal-Mart, Ask.com, and Coke. There was a large number of product placements included in the film.

DVD[edit]

The DVD was released on October 30, 2006 by PorchLight Entertainment, and distributed by Wal-Mart and ART industries.

It was a free DVD in The Australian Women's Weekly in 2008.

External links[edit]

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