VeggieTales (1993– )
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The Toy That Saved Christmas 

Wally P. Nezzer, owner of the Nezzer Toy Factory, has a new toy this Christmas... Buzzsaw Louie! Push its nose, and it tells you the True Meaning of Christmas... getting presents! One of ... See full summary »
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Episode credited cast:
Dan Anderson ...
Dad Asparagus (voice)
Lesley Benodin ...
Li'l Pea (voice)
Kristin Blegen ...
Laura Carrot (voice)
Ken Cavanagh ...
Buzzsaw Louie (voice)
Bridget Miller ...
Ma Grape (voice)
Mike Nawrocki ...
Lisa Vischer ...
Phil Vischer ...
Shelby Vischer ...
Annie (voice)
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Wally P. Nezzer, owner of the Nezzer Toy Factory, has a new toy this Christmas... Buzzsaw Louie! Push its nose, and it tells you the True Meaning of Christmas... getting presents! One of the Buzzsaw Louie toys doesn't like that idea, and goes in search of the REAL True Meaning of Christmas. Written by Kaokulk <kaokulk@msn.com>

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Buzzsaw Louie: Billy has more toys than you!
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Followed by VeggieTales: The Ultimate Silly Song Countdown (2001) See more »

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Grumpy Kids
Lyrics and Music by Phil Vischer
Produced by Kurt Heinecke
Performed by Ken Cavanagh
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Veggies with morals...who thought this great idea up?
21 November 2002 | by (UK) – See all my reviews

Computer animated veggies...who would think of something kids hate to eat and apply morals to them, to make the best Christian videos ever? BigIdea productions. I think we all need to salute these guys. They take the same technique as the Simpsons (few people do all the voices, great humor, etc.) and apply, as I said before, morals. Great for kids, and even fun for us adults.

5/5 STARS

John Ulmer


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