When Dr Frankenstein decides to retire from the monster-making business, he calls an international roster of monsters to a creepy convention to elect his successor. Everyone is there ... See full summary »
A young shepherd, Lucas, is blinded by lightening, and some kindly nuns at a nearby abbey take him in. Sister Catherine describes snow to Lucas, who has never seen it. Lucas gets chosen to ... See full summary »
Arthur Rankin Jr.
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I haven't seen this since I was a child in the early Seventies, but I used to watch it every time it was shown on television, usually on holidays that fell on Mondays with no school. The songs were good, the voice of Mother Goose was very memorable, which I can still hear in my head. I loved the theme song for the film's title. I definitely recommend this for your kids.
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