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Grandma Got Run Over by a Reindeer -- Based on the hit song that became a worldwide holiday phenomenon, GRANDMA GOT RUN OVER BY A REINDEER is a wild and wacky episode the will knock you off your feet.
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31 October 2000 (USA) See more »
As if young Jake Spankenheimer doesn't have enough problems on Christmas Eve, he has to help his mom... See more » | Add synopsis »
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  (in credits order)
Elmo Shropshire ... The Narrator (voice) (as Elmo Shropshire [a.k.a. 'Dr. Elmo'])

Michele Lee ... Cousin Mel (voice)
Susan Blu ... Grandma (voice) (as Sue Blu)
Alex Doduk ... Jake (voice)

Jim Staahl ... Santa Claus (voice)

Kathleen Barr ... (voice)
Jim Fisher ... (voice)

Cam Clarke ... Austin Bucks (voice) (as James Flinders)
Christopher Gaze ... (voice)

Philip Maurice Hayes ... (voice) (as Phil Hayes)
Scott McNeil ... (voice)
Pauline Newstone ... (voice)
Maggie Blue O'Hara ... Daphne Spankenheimer (voice)
Drew Reichelt ... (voice) (as Drew Rechelt)
Venus Terzo ... (voice)

Directed by
Phil Roman 
Writing credits
Fred A. Rappoport (story) &
Elmo Shropshire (story) and
Jim Fisher (story) &
Jim Staahl (story)

Jim Fisher (screenplay) &
Jim Staahl (screenplay)

Produced by
Jim Fisher .... producer
Fred A. Rappoport .... executive producer
Noel-Quinn Roman .... producer (as Noel Roman)
Phil Roman .... executive producer
Jim Staahl .... producer
Original Music by
Nathan Wang 
Art Direction by
Dean Sherriff  (as Dean Sheriff)
Production Management
Kellie-Bea Cooper .... production manager (as Kellie Bea-Cooper)
Rick Ramirez .... executive in charge of production
Noel-Quinn Roman .... post-production director (as Noel Roman)
Tanya Taylor .... production manager: BLT Productions Ltd.
Art Department
Frank Andrina .... storyboard revisions
Cullen Blaine .... storyboard revisions
David Earl .... storyboard artist (as Dave Earl)
Jenny Haskins .... prop designer
Monty Krueller .... storyboard artist
Art Roman .... storyboard revisions
Joe Suggs .... storyboard revisions
Adrien Van Viersen .... storyboard artist (as Andre Van Beerson)
Sound Department
Tom Anderson .... track reader (as Thomas Anderson)
Roy Braverman .... dubbing mixer
Brad Brock .... adr mixer
Brad Brock .... foley editor
Brad Brock .... foley mixer
Jason Freedman .... sound effects editor
Timothy J. Garrity .... dialogue editor (as Timothy Garrity)
Timothy J. Garrity .... dubbing mixer (as Timothy Garrity)
Timothy J. Garrity .... sound effects editor (as Timothy Garrity)
Diane Greco .... foley artist
David Horner .... sound engineer: Pinewood Studios
Eileen Horta .... sound supervisor
Marc Mailand .... sound effects editor
Bill Melody .... sound: Octane Post
Visual Effects by
Edmund Guttierez .... graphic designer: Octane Post (as Edmund Gutierrez)
Animation Department
Frank Andrina .... sheet timer
John Beveridge .... character and prop clean-up
Mauro Casalese .... director: Atomic Cartoons
Rudy Cataldi .... sheet timer
Kellie Devries .... character/prop and background color
Warren Flanagan .... additional background designer (as Warren Flannagan)
Jeffrey Gatrall .... slugging
Greg Gibbons .... background color
Gillian Higgins .... checking
Michael Hitchcox .... background color (as Mike Hitchcox)
Marija Miletic Dail .... slugging (as Marija Dail)
Joe Morrison .... sheet timer
Erik Jan Peterson .... lip assignment (as Eric Pederson)
Karen Peterson .... slugging
Rumen Petkov .... sheet timer
Lil Reichmann .... character designer (as Lil Reichman)
Philip A. Reynolds .... sheet timer (as Philip Reynolds)
Junn Roca .... background color
Penelope Sevier .... checking
Allen Wilzbach .... sheet timer
Editorial Department
Eileen Horta .... picture editor
Paul C. Nesmith .... on-line editor: Octane Post (as Paul Nesmith)
Other crew
Greg Bernstein .... legal services (as Greg Bernstein Esq.)
Susan Blu .... voice director (as Sue Blu)
Nancy Casalese .... production coordinator: Atomic Cartoons
Ken Dusick .... legal services (as Kenneth Dusick Esq.)
Judy Greenfield .... production assistant
Melinda Hall .... production assistant
Josh Haynie .... production supervisor: Octane Post
Richard Leonard .... legal services (as Richard Leonard Esq.)
Martin Lipsic .... legal services (as Martin Lipsic Esq.)
Iskandaria Masduki .... production assistant
Ginny McSwain .... voice director
Mary Luz Mejia .... production coordinator: Atomic Cartoons (as Mary Luz Meija)
Robert Nau .... legal services (as Robert Nau Esq.)
Michele Lee .... special thanks
Stanley M. Moger .... special thanks (as Stanley Moger)
Alan Morris .... special thanks
Anita Roman .... special thanks
Ellyn Trigg .... special thanks
Patty Trigg .... special thanks
William Trigg .... special thanks

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51 min (video version)
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Continuity: When the elf comes around the corner of the cabin, he has bare hands. And in the next shot, he's wearing his green gloves.See more »
Cousin Mel:All you have to do is sign.
Grandpa Spankenheimer:Sing?
Cousin Mel:No, sign.
Grandpa Spankenheimer:Fine.
Cousin Mel:So sign.
Grandpa Spankenheimer:I'd rather sing.
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10 out of 18 people found the following review useful.
Why, why, whyyyyyyy was this made?, 13 December 2006
Author: AlrightGuy from Kodiak, AK

I like a good novelty song. No, I take that back. I love a good novelty song. I absolutely despise GGROBAR on the other hand, and have from the first note I ever heard. When I found out someone had made a cartoon based on it, my head almost exploded. Now that I have seen it because my kids begged me, I wish my head had exploded. It would have saved me from the excruciating misery that was this cr@pfest. First of all, making an hour long show based on a three minute novelty song is a ridiculous idea. To stretch a song like this, which had to pad like crazy just to be that long, into an entire hour, is even more ludicrous. This was poorly written, cheaply animated, poorly acted...the list goes on and on. Dear God, is this ever bad.

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