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The story of Noel, a cheerful Christmas ornament with a certain "happiness" that rubs off on the families he lives with.

Director:

Masaki Îzuka (as Masaki Iizuka)

Writers:

Romeo Muller, Romeo Muller (created by)
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Cast

Credited cast:
Charlton Heston ... Narrator (voice)
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Larissa Auble Larissa Auble ... (voice)
Roscoe Lee Browne ... Brutus (voice)
John Crenshaw John Crenshaw ... (voice)
Earl Hammond Earl Hammond ... (voice)
Lee Meredith ... (voice)
Romeo Muller Romeo Muller ... (voice)
Peter Newman Peter Newman ... (voice)
Beau Berdahl Oliver Beau Berdahl Oliver ... Noel (voice) (as Beau Berdahl)
Corinne Orr Corinne Orr ... Miss Freezenda (voice)
Millicent Sparks Millicent Sparks ... (voice)
Ed Wheeler ... (voice)
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The story of Noel, a cheerful Christmas ornament with a certain "happiness" that rubs off on the families he lives with.

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Narrator: Of all the Christmas tree ornaments turned out that year, very long ago, only one had a happiness. His name was Noel, and at the very moment he was created, old Herman, the glass blower, received truly joyous news. Elise, his only daughter, had just given birth to a baby girl. He was a grandpa, at last! And being quite emotional for a glass blower, Herman cried for pure joy. It was Noel's good fortune that that one merry tear became part of him.
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I love this movie so friggin much!
17 December 2012 | by stevienichole_88See all my reviews

I first saw this movie when I was 4 years old. MY father, having shared a love of Charlton Heston with his own mother in movies like "Ben Hurr" and "The 10 Commandments" recorded this movie for me on a battered VHS that already contained recordings of "Bambi" and "Beauty and the Beast". Red was my favorite color and I instantly fell in love with this adorable bouncing red ornament, I was so taken that my mother even hand painted me a red ornament to look just like Noel, oh how I cried the Christmas that got broken :( I would watch this movie religiously every Christmas until I was about 14 and we got a DVD player. Whatever happened to that old VHS I'm just not sure and when I became a mother I was heartbroken I wouldn't be able to share this much loved holiday movie with my own children. I was certain such an old and obscure little TV movie would impossible to find online but to my surprise and delight I did find it the sound is a bit off but being able to see this cherished childhood classic again and to share it with my boys is just Priceless :)


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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

4 December 1992 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Noel, die Christbaumkugel See more »

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Stereo

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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