Review(s): DVD Jack Frost: An Animated Puppet Christmas Adventure
Jack Frost is anything but freezing
I remember seeing this during Christmastime in elementary school waiting for my piano lesson in my instructor's TV room. It's a classic. Sure, it's not as known as Rudolph the Red-nosed Reindeer, Frosty and The Year Without a Santa Claus, but it deserves to be. Children and adults will enjoy this Christmas classic. Thoroughly enjoyable!
im kupla crose.
this is the best stop motion chistmas movie ever! i always watch it in summer i alays watch christmas movies in summer its fun anytime of year! if youve seen it on tv and bought it on dvd or vhs (i have it on vhs cuz i got it at a pawn shop but i need it on dvd!) you might have notecied that the villan kupla cruse or something like that sang his own song i think it goes like im kupla kurse i could have been a. thay didnt put that song on tv so to hear it you must buy it! witch sucks. i was so happy when i got it! i pretty much love all of the rankin/bass movies see them all!
"As for the DVD, the image quality is a little soft. The spotlight reviewer who stated it's the only DVD version is incorrect." Doctor Trance
Again the reviewer Doctor Trance is wrong because there is also a couple of versions just called "Jack Frost" done by the studios: Westlake Ent. Group; Brentwood Home Video; Digital Disc; Front Row Video, Inc; and another called "[DVD] Jack Frost narrated by Bddy Hackett by Cartoon Classics" done by the studio: Genius Entertainment.
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