Do you remember when Santa asked Rudolph to guide his sleigh, Frosty magically came to life on Christmas Eve, and Kris Kringle became Santa Claus? Share the wonder and joy of The Original Christmas Classics with your children and grandchildren…creating new memories and holiday traditions that you’ll cherish through the years. The Original Christmas Classics Wiki
1 - Rudolph, the Red-Nosed Reindeer
The classic story of a red-nosed reindeer named Rudolph told by Sam the Snowman. After Rudolph is ousted from the reindeer games because of his beaming honker, he 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 and that's when Santa decides to use Rudolph's very special nose to save Christmas!
2 - Frosty the Snowman
Do you remember when...the children made a snowman in the schoolyard on Christmas Eve and named him Frosty? Karen placed a top hat on his head and everyone's favorite snowman magically came to life? Look at Frosty go!
3 - Santa Claus Is Comin' to Town
S.D. Kluger the mailman answers some of the most common questions about Santa Claus, and he tells us about a small baby named Kris left on the doorstep of the Kringle family (famous toymakers). When Kris grew up, he wanted to deliver toys to the children of Sombertown. But its Burgermeister (Herr Meisterburger) is too mean to let that happen. And to make things worse, there's an evil wizard named Winter who lives between the Kringles and Sombertown, but Kris manages to melt Winter's heart, as well as Jessica's, the local schoolteacher, and he delivers his toys.
4 - The Little Drummer Boy
The timeless story of a penniless orphan whose only gift to give the baby Jesus is a song on his drum. Follow the Little Drummer Boy, his dancing animal friends and the Three Wise Men, as they cross the desert—bringing treasures to the newborn King. With its simple message that the best gift is one given from the heart, The Little Drummer Boy exemplifies the true spirit of Christmas.
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|4||The Little Drummer Boy||25:17||Season Only||Download|
Same issues others are having. I purchased the exact same content last year and cants stream this version. Extremely disappointing Apple would allow this.
I bought this in 2017. Now it’s not in my library. I talked to support and they couldn’t find it in my purchase history. Ridiculous.
I hope this continues from generations to generations!
We bought this previously. Now we are being shown it again as unpurchased. The version we bought still shows up buried in older purchases, but now has “sing along” in the title. I wish Apple to keep studios from doing things like this when they upload their files.
5 stars for Rankin & Bass - Christmas Classics . . . that said, iTunes gets NEGATIVE stars. The purchases made last year for this set are no longer available. They should honor the money spent from their customers and allow them a pass for this re-released Christmas Classic set. I understand legally they have the right to remove content and no obligation to compensate. However, it's bad business. itunes shouldn't punish their customers and force them to repurchase media. It will drive away paying customers who get stung. Basically we're purchasing a "Rental Right" - that could potentially be removed from our library - with no warning or compensation. Geez, what a Grinch !
I purchased this last year and now it is missing from my library! iTunes expects me to purchase it again, eff you iTunes. I’ll go buy the DVD.
I purchases this twice before on iTunes! Every year, they change the metadata slightly and remove it from customers streaming choices! Don’t fall prey to their shady tactics!
I purchased this collection last year and now iTunes wants me to purchase it again to stream it! It's the exact same version that I purchased last year, they simply updated some of the metadata in the files (corrected the produciton years, etc) These kinds of nickel and dime games are what drive people to torrent films from shared networks and NOT purchase from official sources like iTunes. Respect your customers and deliver a consistent experience please. Otherwise lose a customer!