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Ross Bagdasarian Jr.,
Christmas morning, and two puppies (and their children) are up early. The pups are frightened by a large stuffed dog, a train set, a crying doll, a toy tank, and other toys. By the time the parents are up, the pups and the other toys have managed to break just about all the toys. Written by
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If you want a cartoon that will be enjoyable without being offensive
for your kids to watch, Harman and Ising can be an excellent choice. There is an innocence and humor in Pup's Christmas, Alias St. Nick, Peachy Cobbler that I don't see matched by anything on TV today. My grandchild asks me to put it in to play when she comes to visit and enjoys it very much. And wherever Peace on Earth is on this website, I cannot recommend it highly enough. Harman and Isisng appeal to a child's imagination. Compared to what is considered suitable cartoon fare(usually boorish, violent, and/or notable mostly for adult content aimed at children) today, this is far better in content, imagination, and artistry.
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