Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer
Animation • 1964 • 52 min
Watch every holiday. Even without kids or grandkids around. lol. Enjoy the characters and Burl Ives voice
A holiday classic! A must see for the season!
One of the greatest Christmas movies ever made. Great characters and songs. A must watch each year.
Nice feel good movie great to watch with family members
Classic Christmas story told remarkably well and has some fun twists. The characters are great and well fleshed out.
I grew up with this classic, but to this day I cannot bear to sit through it. I don’t think it’s for everyone.
Still fun to watch even today! Fun little plot, good memories, and memorable music
Just a fun, well done, stop motion film. An all time classic and in some households, a tradition.
Classic. I watch this ever year around Christmas time
It's a classic. Not much else to say, really.
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