At Christmas, the Smurfs and Gargamel cross paths with two children and a stranger out to kidnap them. Can the magic of Christmas prevail?

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Hamilton Camp ...
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Danny Goldman ...
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At Christmas, the Smurfs and Gargamel cross paths with two children and a stranger out to kidnap them. Can the magic of Christmas prevail?

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13 December 1982 (USA)  »

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This was the first ever "Smurfs" Christmas special. See more »

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Smurfs: Goodness makes the badness go away / Goodness makes you happy every day / Badness cannot start if there's goodness in your heart / Goodness makes the badness go away!
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Nice, if you can stomach this sort of thing.
10 December 2011 | by (The Penumbra) – See all my reviews

There's no shortage of Smurf-related Xmas episodes, but this 1982 special is kinda fun. I would hardly say that it's required Xmas viewing. It doesn't even feel that festive, however there's enough snow and insistence on good cheer to make it worthwhile.

The Smurfs are busy preparing for Xmas but get involved with Gargamel who is playing both sides in missing children plot. I don't really get Gargamel, to be honest. He's just evil for the sake of being evil. I mean...what's his motivation? His lust for gold can't be all that makes him get up in the morning. He also stole Dick Dastardly's voice. They sound exactly the same.

I wish had some Smurfs.


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