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The Toy That Saved Christmas 

Wally P. Nezzer, owner of the Nezzer Toy Factory, has a new toy this Christmas... Buzzsaw Louie! Push its nose, and it tells you the True Meaning of Christmas... getting presents! One of ... See full summary »
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Episode credited cast:
Dan Anderson ...
Dad Asparagus (voice)
Lesley Benodin ...
Li'l Pea (voice)
Kristin Blegen ...
Laura Carrot (voice)
Ken Cavanagh ...
Buzzsaw Louie (voice)
Bridget Miller ...
Ma Grape (voice)
Shelby Morimoto ...
Annie (voice) (as Shelby Vischer)
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Lisa Vischer ...
Junior Asparagus / Mom Asparagus (voice)
Phil Vischer ...
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Wally P. Nezzer, owner of the Nezzer Toy Factory, has a new toy this Christmas... Buzzsaw Louie! Push its nose, and it tells you the True Meaning of Christmas... getting presents! One of the Buzzsaw Louie toys doesn't like that idea, and goes in search of the REAL True Meaning of Christmas. Written by Kaokulk <kaokulk@msn.com>

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October 1996 (USA)  »

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Larry the Cucumber: [Bob, Larry, and Junior Asparagus have just crashed their sled] Bob! Are you okay?
Bob the Tomato: [Bob, upside down in the snow] Mousetrap.
Larry the Cucumber: What?
Bob the Tomato: [Bob, still upside down in the snow] I wanted to play 'Mousetrap.' You roll your dice, you move your mice. Nobody gets hurt.
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Followed by VeggieTales: Lyle, the Kindly Viking (2001) See more »

Soundtracks

Can't Believe it's Christmas (Credits Song)
Lyrics and Music by Phil Vischer
Performed by Phil Vischer, Lisa Vischer, Kristin Blegen, and Lesley Benodin
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Great for Under-5 Crowd (and Parents)
3 January 2004 | by See all my reviews

My two-year-old and four-year-old want to watch this movie over and over and over and over. The wonderful thing is that I don't mind. We need more Christmas movies that reinforce the concept that consumerism should not be the focus of our holiday season attention. The plot is straightforward, but there are enough for-adults inside jokes to keep parents in stiches too.


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