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Jingle Bells (1999)

G | | TV Movie
A family with little money worries about not being able to buy presents for each other - until they receive a little inspiration from a Christmas legend.

Director:

Bert Ring

Writer:

John Loy
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Cast

Cast overview:
Jason Alexander ... Elf (voice)
James Eckhouse ... Dad (voice)
Don Knotts ... Kris (voice)
Shelley Long ... Mom (voice)
Mae Whitman ... Beth (voice)
Jess Harnell ... Toymaker / Santa / Aged Elf (voice)
Richard Steven Horvitz ... Cheddar (voice) (as Richard Horvitz)
Aaron Spann Aaron Spann ... Tommy (voice)
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As the holiday season draws near, an underprivileged family begins to worry because they don't have enough money to buy each other presents. The father sells the one thing the rest of the family cares most about in order to buy them gifts from the store, and holiday suddenly seems like the most unhappiest time of the year. But, with a little Christmas magic and some help from Santa Claus, the whole family realizes the best gifts don't come from the store, they come from the heart Written by Ed

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G
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Country:

USA

Language:

English

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Production Co:

Hyperion Pictures See more »
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Sound Mix:

Mono

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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A good Christmas cartoon
3 February 2006 | by dkrobSee all my reviews

If you expect this film to be of the superb quality of a Disney film you are expecting too much from it. Having said that it is a very nice film. The voices used especially for the horse are really good and of course its a Christmas sets everything right sort of film. Its for children and as an adult I would let any child watch this film without worrying about its content. A couple of the songs in it are very catchy but all are sung well. Shelley Long nicely plays the Mum and one thing with Shelley Long I have never found her in a Children's film with anything objectionable to children in it. The artwork in the film is good the characters move with a good degree of naturalness and the storyline is a typical Christmas story. As an adult I really enjoyed it


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