Ivy, an orphan wants a grandmother and a doll for Christmas. She mistakes a sign greeting her into a town, she jumps off a bus and shouts, "It's me, Ivy!". In the cold she looks for a ... See full summary »
Actually the Elf, before he was "christened" Blue Toes by Santa, was referred to as Little One. I was a production employee on this short TV production and I can tell you that this was a tremendous challenge to the animators and the paint department. There were several modifications done to the colors and to the animation to minimize the color problems involved in this film. Also keep an eye out for the misplaced Penguin (residents of Antarctica not north pole) and the mischievous Polar Bear. I really liked working on this production and it is a shame that more of us lowly production workers were not mentioned in the credits...I have a few names to submit to IMDb to try and rectify this situation but in the meantime: Florence Bach, our boss, David Bickerton, Carl "Jello" Vallieres, Guy Daw, Mae Clifford, Mitsuko Jones, Charmaine Ladd, and so many more...peace out guys I miss you all and it was a blast working with ya!
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