Three aliens come to Earth to discover the true meaning of Christmas.

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Joey Davidson ...
Peter (voice)
Martin Lavut ...
Dad / Plutox / Santa Joe (voice)
Richard M. Davidson ...
Lexicon (voice) (as Richard Davidson)
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Amalthor (voice)
Patricia Moffatt ...
Mom (voice)
Jane Mallett ...
Grandma (voice)
Marvin Goldhar ...
Snerk (voice)
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Marvin (voice)
Chris Wiggins ...
Mayor (voice)
Nick Nichols ...
Townie (voice)
Marian Waldman ...
Townie (voice)
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An animated film in which a town rediscovers the real spirit of Christmas, thanks to three visitors from outer space and a little boy named Peter. Commercialism and greed seem to contradict the meaning of Christmas, and when Peter's pet goose is kidnapped, things look even worse. An exciting rescue results in a new sense of caring and sharing. Written by Blaine Wasylkiw

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A way-out adventure!


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TV-G

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6 December 1977 (Canada)  »

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A Canadian classic!
31 October 2000 | by (Toronto,Ontario) – See all my reviews

I saw A Cosmic Christmas when it first aired in 1977. At the time, I didn't think too much of it but over the years I've come to accept it as a Yuletide perennial just like Rudolph and Frosty. It doesn't feature any well known characters but it's not easy to forget. (how many kids have a goose for a pet?) The story is about Three Wise Men/aliens landing on earth and searching for the meaning of Christmas. The animation is actually a bit eerie at times. A Cosmic Christmas does a good job of examining the commercialism and hypocrisy that abounds during the season (the town mayor is a hoot!) The music is almost mystical and somewhat touching. Many Yuletide specials are synthetic, bland and predictable but this one is genuinely original and imaginative.


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