Bing Crosby and Ingrid Bergman pair up wonderfully in this classic film.
Two vacationers find themselves getting more than they bargained for over the holiday season.
With everyone doubting his claims of being from the North Pole Buddy is faced with the challenge of saving Christmas and making them believers.
The chaos continues with Clark trying to light his home with 250 strings of lights while fighting to keep the Christmas spirit. In the end it’s guaranteed to be another Griswold experience all the way.
The animation is equally great as it captures the artwork of the original books while adapting to the needs of the screen. In the end the film wouldn’t have worked without the Seuss magic and they managed to create that world wonderfully.
The message is clear and the story is timeless. When holiday films are able to capture the essence of the holidays they can become a permanent part of the season.
As you open your gifts this year just remember that it could be a pink nightmare under the tree. This should make every gift a little bit better.
“If I live to be 100, I’ll never forget that big snow storm a couple of years ago. The weather closed in and, well you might not believe it, but the world almost missed Christmas.” – Sam the Snowman