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Complete credited cast:
Madelon Thomas ...
Grandma (voice)
Billy Schneider ...
Older Boy (voice)
Madeline Rogan ...
Little Girl (voice)
Peter Dylan Rogan ...
Younger Boy (voice)
Oliver Wyman ...
Blitzen / Angry Guy (voice) (as Pete Zarustica)
Tony Carroll ...
Plucky Present / Lester the Tie / Announcer / Santa Claus / Dad (voice)
Rebecca Honig ...
Veggies (voice)
Sheldonna Smythe ...
Little Girl - Lester the Tie (voice)
Maureen McElheron ...


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Hysterically bizarre but also surprisingly sweet
4 December 2002 | by (New York, NY) – See all my reviews

A dulcet-toned grandmother tells three children some unorthodox Yuletide tales in this beautifully bizarre cartoon by Bill Plympton. While none of these tales is offensively strange, they do deviate from the standard feelgood fare of the season. Highlights include a happy little ditty about a lovelorn snowman, the hilarious horror-story retelling of `The Twelve Days of Christmas,' and the grandmother's unflappability as she rattles off tale after tale after tale. Despite the strangeness, the cartoon maintains a sense of warmth, jollity, and innocence. I highly recommend it as an off-the-wall Christmas cartoon.

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