The story of Noel, a cheerful Christmas ornament with a certain "happiness" that rubs off on the families he lives with.

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Larissa Auble ...
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Brutus (voice)
John Crenshaw ...
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Earl Hammond ...
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Romeo Muller ...
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Peter Newman ...
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Beau Berdahl Oliver ...
Noel (voice) (as Beau Berdahl)
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Miss Freezenda (voice)
Millicent Sparks ...
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Ed Wheeler ...
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The story of Noel, a cheerful Christmas ornament with a certain "happiness" that rubs off on the families he lives with.

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Animation | Family

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4 December 1992 (USA)  »

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Noel, die Christbaumkugel  »

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1.33 : 1
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Romeo Muller's final project. See more »

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Brutus: [as he is drug out the door after Noel's first Christmas] Good-bye, little fellow. Good-bye. Keep that happiness of yours. Never lose it.
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Featured in Phelous & the Movies: Noel (2016) See more »

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I haven't seen it in years, but I loved it as a kid
14 January 2008 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I saw this Christmas special on television some years back, when I was younger. I haven't seen it again in its entire form since then. I managed to catch part of the ending recently this last holiday season, and it still looked wonderful to me. Unfortunately, I could not catch the whole thing a second time, but I still remember the movie as being fun, lovable, and cute for a children's film. It is about a cheerful Christmas ornament named Noel who has a happy feeling inside of him, and unlike other Christmas ornaments, he loves Christmas. Over many years, he befriends the many Christmas trees, the children who live in his home, and so on. It's a very nice and original idea that played itself out well. Bottom line, even if the movie doesn't appeal all that much to the older audience members, it appealed very well to at least one young child. And that was what it was meant to do. I still long to see it again.


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