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The Walt Disney Christmas Show (1951)

TV Movie  |   |  Family  |  25 December 1951 (USA)
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Wendy: Oh Slave in the Mirror, come from the farthest space.
[a bolt of lightning flashes in the mirror]
Wendy: Through wind and rain I -
[she stops as he appears]
Slave in the Magic Mirror: I am *here*, young mistress.
Wendy: Oh my goodness you got here in a hurry. I didn't get to finish the magic words.
Slave in the Magic Mirror: Well it so happened that I was *in* the neighborhood.
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Follows One Hour in Wonderland (1950) See more »

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Wonderful Christmas Special
19 May 2014 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

For a long time, I have wanted to see The Walt Disney Christmas Show, and I have finally gotten my wish a year ago, and let me say, that it is a dream come true.

In this enchanting follow up to Walt Disney's previous Christmas special, One Hour in Wonderland, this story takes place at the same studio and features characters from the next animated film, Peter Pan.

It was quite remarkable how we were visited by Bobby Driscoll, Kathryn Beaumont, Paul Collins, and Tommy Luske dressed as the characters of Peter Pan, Wendy, John, and Michael Darling respectively.

This special had pretty much the same plot as the original with Hans Conried's portrayal as the Slave in the Magic Mirror introducing cartoons (some in different languages for this one) from Snow White, Mickey Mouse and Song of the South along with Bambi here, and we were introduced to a new character named Wiloughby, portrayed by Bill Thompson (who stars with Conried in Peter Pan as the voice of Mr. Smee, with him as Captain Hook)

One thing that this special didn't have like the last one was a clip from the film, which would have been something special, but it was magical all the same.

For those who don't own it, maybe Disney will surprise us and it will be a possibility that it might be released on a future Peter Pan DVD/Blu-Ray.

It was quite a treat to see the stars of my favorite film of all time in person, something very grand, indeed. A remarkable treat for the Christmas season.


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