|Six interlocking chapters weave together into a mesmerizing saga as hal jordan and members of the green lantern corps tell stories of their greatest adventures to a young recruit, while awaiting a battle in which the fate of the corps hangs in the balance.|
Editor's NoteIn a punitive mood totally at odds with his usual message of generosity, Santa Claus decides to skip visiting the residents of a certain town, unless a bitter rodent turns his frown upside down.
'Twas the Night Before Christmas (1974) - Blu-Ray DVD Review
By: Luigi Bastardo Blogcritics.org Reviews
Published on: 12/6/2011 6:51 PM
|Normally, I’m not the type of feller to dive into a Christmas-oriented title. Nor am I automatically inclined to watch an animated film or short. Not without some sort of bribe, that is. However, there are times where I simply feel like giving my seasonal holiday depression a reason to exist, and like to dive into one of those good ol’ animated Holiday classics many of us remember fondly (where applicable) from our respective youths. And, when it comes to such seasonal fare, the collective brains of Arthur Rankin, Jr. and Jules Bass — the fellows that gave us ‘70s TV favorites such as Frosty’s Winter Wonderland and Santa Claus is Comin’ to Town — are always on the top of my list....read the full review|
Cast & Crew
|John McGiver - Voice|
|Joel Grey - Voice|
|George Gobel - Voice|
|Tammy Grimes - Voice|
Customer Reviews of Twas the Night Before Christmas (Blu-Ray)
Better Than Remembered!!12/28/2014
Every year there's the usual Rudolph and Frosty specials on tv. "Twas the Night" was another one on my "every year special" that I looked forward to watching. Over the years it went by the wayside unfortunately. I was happy to see it on Blu-Ray and jumped at the chance to see it again. It's even better than I remembered. Even better is that I was able to learn some of the lyrics of the songs thanks to closed captions on the Blu-Ray! Give the clockmaker's family and the mouse family a chance. You'll love their story!!