Sally, The little sister of Ben's owner, Simon, would like her very own teddybear and asks Santa Claus for one. Simon teases Sally about her letter to Santa, whose existence he is a little ... See full summary »

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Benjamin Bear (voice)
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Wally Bear (voice)
Kylie Schibli ...
Sally (voice)
Ryan Lindsay ...
Simon (voice)
Jonathan Cameron ...
Boy on Sled (voice)
Samantha Rushforth ...
Betty (voice)
Jim McNabb ...
Santa (voice)
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Store Clerk / Mother (voice)
Johni Keyworth ...
Night Watchman / Old Man (voice)
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Sally, The little sister of Ben's owner, Simon, would like her very own teddybear and asks Santa Claus for one. Simon teases Sally about her letter to Santa, whose existence he is a little skeptical about, and at the same time tries to find out what it is she wants. But for Sally it is a secret between herself, Santa and Ben. Written by Fred Bloggs <fredb@mypc.edu>

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29 November 1992 (USA)  »

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Le Noël des Oursons  »

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Underrated Christmas classic
9 December 2010 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

The Teddy Bears' Christmas is not the best Christmas special, but it is wonderful all the same. It is heart-warming and poignant, and manages to bring a warm and cosy feeling which is exactly what a Christmas special should do in my eyes. The animation is great with beautiful colours and backgrounds, and the music is memorable. The story is beautiful and heart-warming, the pacing is spot on, the writing is lovely and the characters are compelling and likable and nimbly voiced.

All in all, The Teddy Bears' Christmas is a lovely little treasure. Is it is the best? I think not, but it leaves a wonderful feeling after it finishes and it does perfectly at what it set out to do. 10/10 Bethany Cox


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