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Shrek the Halls (2007)

This half-hour animated TV special features the Shrek characters putting their own spin on holiday traditions.

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Donkey (voice)
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Princess Fiona (voice)
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Puss in Boots (voice)
Sean Bishop ...
Townsman (voice)
Cody Cameron ...
Pinocchio / Three Pigs (voice)
Susan Fitzer ...
Suzie Cookie (voice)
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Blind Mice (voice)
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Santa (voice)
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Gingerbread Man (voice)
Aron Warner ...
Wolf (voice)
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Bookstore Clerk (voice)
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Ogre Baby (voice) (as Miles Christopher Bakshi)
Nina Zoe Bakshi ...
Ogre Baby (voice)
Dante James Hauser ...
Ogre Baby (voice)
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In Shrek the Halls, it is seen and realized that Shrek has no idea about what Christmas is and makes it clear to donkey that "Ogres don't celebrate Christmas",but in the end he gives in and decides to prepare for Christmas in his own " ogre" way. With the help of Fiona and their kids, he eventually gets ready for Christmas but there is a twist in the story but finally everything turns out fine

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28 November 2007 (USA)  »

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Joyeux Noël Shrek!  »

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Princess Fiona: [about Shrek's decorations] It's beautiful.
Shrek: It's passable.
Donkey: It's horrible! Usually they just throw toilet paper and run away, but whoever did this means business!
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References A Charlie Brown Christmas (1965) See more »

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Because We Can
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by Fatboy Slim
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Great Fun, and some redemption
30 November 2007 | by See all my reviews

I have been a long-time Shrek fan. Since basically drooling over the trailer for the first Shrek movie since it was released on the net. It was groundbreaking, and absolutely hilarious that appealed to both children and adults. Shrek 2 came along, kept a lot of the same formula, and again in turn was a very good film. However with the coming of Shrek 3, I was very disappointed. My wife and I hardly laughed at all, and I found the film to be drawn out and boring for the most part.

***Enough of the lead-in*** With Shrek the Halls, comes redemption and hope for the franchise. Yes, this special was short, however in that short amount of time I laughed more than the entire full length of Shrek 3. This wasn't a cheesy made-for-TV video either, the animation is beautiful and the jokes were spot on (the entire Gingerbread man / Santa thing was great). I'm not going to spoil anything away, since there's really not much *to* spoil away, but just know it's fun for the whole family, and for something that you can watch in the comfort of your own home without having to pay for theater admission, how can you pass this up?


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