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A Jetson Christmas Carol ()


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What do Santa Claus and George Jetson have in common? They both have to work on Christmas eve! That mean old Mr. Spacely forces George to work late, while the family wonders what has happened to him, while Astro opens one of his presents... See more »

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George Jetson (voice)
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Jane Jetson (voice)
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Elroy Jetson / Veterinarian (voice)
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Judy Jetson (voice)
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Astro / R.U.D.I. / Ghost of Christmas Past (voice)
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Rosie the Robot (voice)
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Cosmo S. Spacely (voice)
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Orbitty / Young Mr. Spacely / Teenage Mr. Spacely (voice)
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Jacob Marsley / Ghost of Christmas Present (voice)

Directed by

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Arthur Davis ... (as Art Davis)
Oscar Dufau
Carl Urbano
Rudy Zamora
Alan Zaslove
Ray Patterson ... (supervising director)

Written by

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Charles Dickens ... (novel A Christmas Carol)
 
Barbara Levy ... (writer)
 
Marc Paykuss ... (writer)

Produced by

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Joseph Barbera ... executive producer
Jeff Hall ... associate producer
William Hanna ... executive producer
Bob Hathcock ... producer
Alex Lovy ... associate producer

Music by

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Hoyt Curtin

Casting By

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Andrea Romano

Production Management

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Jayne Barbera ... executive in charge of production
Jean MacCurdy ... executive in charge of production

Art Department

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Alvaro Arce ... story director
Tony Benedict ... story director
Ron Campbell ... story director
Jeff Hall ... story director
Alex Lovy ... story director
Lewis Marshall ... story director
Bill Perez ... story director
Gary Terry ... story director
Tom Yakutis ... story director

Sound Department

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Gordon Hunt ... recording director

Animation Department

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David Feiss ... animation supervisor
Bob Goe ... animation director
John Kricfalusi ... layout artist
Rick Leon ... animation director
Ed Love ... animator
Don Lusk ... animation director
Lynne Naylor ... layout artist
Don Patterson ... animation director
Irven Spence ... animation director (as Irv Spence) / animation director

Music Department

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Joseph Barbera ... composer: theme music
Hoyt Curtin ... composer: theme music / conductor
Paul DeKorte ... music director
William Hanna ... composer: theme music

Additional Crew

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Arthur Alsberg ... story editor
Tony Benedict ... story editor
Don Nelson ... story editor
Ray Patterson ... supervising director
Art Scott ... story editor

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Storyline

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Plot Summary

What do Santa Claus and George Jetson have in common? They both have to work on Christmas eve! That mean old Mr. Spacely forces George to work late, while the family wonders what has happened to him, while Astro opens one of his presents early, breaks it, accidentally swallows a piece of it (a Spacely Sprockett) and becomes very ill. It seems the Jetsons may lose their Tiny Tim-like dog. Plus, Mr. Spacely is visited by his old partner, Jacob Marsley, who tells him of three spirits that will visit him. And they do, first the Past ghost robot who shows him young Spacely picking on young George, Present (which is an Xmas present) shows him of dying Astro, and Future shows the Jetsons very rich after sueing Mr. Spacely. When Spacely wakes up after seeing all this, he's a changed man! A sadder, wiser, nicer and happier Cosmo Spacely! At least until the next episode. Written by Dylan Self

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Also Known As
  • A Jetson Christmas Carol (United States)
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  • 22 min
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Did You Know?

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Trivia Final appearance of Orbitty. No explanation is given for his absence in the remainder of the series. See more »
Movie Connections References The Flintstones (1960). See more »
Soundtracks The Jetsons Theme See more »
Quotes George: That's your Christmas list? It looks more like the Martian phone book.
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