Will there ever be a timeless holiday classic as marvelous as the claymation masterpieces of Christmases past? This is definitely my favorite "Time of the Year" movie. I believe it is usually the first one I watch, and always gets me so happy. The characters are lovable, the story is fun for everyone who watches it; I can not think of any one person who would not enjoy seeing Rudolph conquer his fears and achieve his dreams with all his friends along the way. The Yeti is a fearsome protagonist. Hermey is a great co-star and ultimately charming. Everything about this was just handled with care and love, and it shows. The songs are catchy and vivacious, the voice-overs are spot on. I can not say anything more about this movie, it speaks for itself. It is the ultimate. If you have not seen it yet, you are missing out.
Rudolph, the Red-Nosed Reindeer (1964) 1080p YIFY Movie
Rudolph, the Red-Nosed Reindeer (1964) 1080p
Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer is a TV movie starring Billie Mae Richards, Burl Ives, and Larry D. Mann. A misfit reindeer and his friends look for a place that will accept them.
IMDB: 8.13 Likes
The Synopsis for Rudolph, the Red-Nosed Reindeer (1964) 1080p
Sam the snowman tells us the story of a young red-nosed reindeer who, after being ousted from the reindeer games because of his beaming honker, teams up with Hermey, an elf who wants to be a dentist, and Yukon Cornelius, the prospector. They run into the Abominable Snowman and find a whole island of misfit toys. Rudolph vows to see if he can get Santa to help the toys, and he goes back to the North Pole on Christmas Eve. But Santa's sleigh is fogged in. But when Santa looks over Rudolph, he gets a very bright idea...
The Director and Players for Rudolph, the Red-Nosed Reindeer (1964) 1080p
The Reviews for Rudolph, the Red-Nosed Reindeer (1964) 1080p
Watch it every year... All-time favoriteReviewed byDragoneyed363Vote: 10/10
In my opinion, this is an excellent holiday special. However, I couldn't bear seeing Rudolph (voice of Billie Mae Richards) having to endure all that teasing. In addition, the thing that really makes this special worth watching is the music, especially "Why Am I Such A Misfit," "There's Always Tomorrow," "We Are Santa's Elves," and "We're A Couple Of Misfits." When those songs are performed, I always sing along. I would have to say that's my favorite song of this special. In conclusion, I highly recommend this excellent remake of a holiday classic to everyone, especially all you fans of the song who have not seen it. When you see it, prepare to smile and have a good time.
In celebration of the 40th Anniversary of most famous reindeer of them all,what evidence that a blinking red nose can have its benefits?
In December of 1964,as Lyndon B. Johnson prepped for a full term as the President of the United States,The Beatles,as well as The Beach Boys were cranking out hit records,while Julie Andrews,Audrey Hepburn,and Sean Connery packed cinemas in their respective movie hits "Mary Poppins","My Fair Lady",and "Goldfinger"-NBC at the time,took a huge gamble on a unique special that used a stop motion animation style dubbed "Animagic" by producers Arthur Rankin,Jr. and Jules Bass.
"Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer",premiered on Sunday December 6, 1964 as an NBC Special Presentation in color,and it was the first of many holiday specials that were produced by Rankin-Bass,and was the first to be sponsored by a major company,GE(General Electric). It became a huge hit,and it remain on the Peacock Network for eight years until 1972,when it moved to CBS-TV,where it has aired annually ever since. For many people,it just wouldn't be holidays without the saga of Rudolph's adventurous,tuneful path to guiding Santa's sleigh one foggy Christmas Eve...thanks to his unique schnoz,once an albatross but ultimately being the saving grace of a "Holly Jolly Christmas"(narrated by the great Burl Ives).
Popularized by Gene Autry,composer Johnny Marks' song about without Rudolph would have been famous anyway. The Rankin-Bass production made it even so,paving the way for other "Animagic" shows to follow such as "The Little Drummer Boy","Santa Claus Is Coming To Town","The Year Without A Santa Claus",and its straight animated cartoons like "Frosty The Snowman",and "The Mouse That Saved Christmas". Speaking of the Rankin-Bass 50th Anniversary,let me go over the soundtrack album of this classic television special,which is on Decca Records,and it is also on CD as well. Released around the same time as the special the album to the soundtrack "Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer" features some great songs that are timeless classics including two selections from Burl Ives("Silver and Gold" and "Have A Holly Jolly Christmas")as well as some great songs from composer Johnny Marks and Maury Laws including "There Always Tomorrow","When Christmas Day Is Here","Couple of Misfits" "We Are Santa's Elves". Great to listen to around the most joyous time of the year.