Snowden's Christmas is a stop-motion Christmas special originally aired on CBS on December 3rd, 1999, based on the Target department store's plush toy character Snowden. It was presented by Target and produced by the stop-motion puppetry of Toronto-based Cuppa Coffee Studios, with CBS Productions. It (along with Robbie the Reindeer: "Hooves of Fire") was officially selected as one of the 11 TV specials of the 2000 Annecy Festival.
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Meet Snowden, Drummer, Footloose, and Tiny: a collection of stuffed animals that belong to Adam. When Adam and his family moves to New York City, the toys are and stranded along the way. Now, they misty make the daunting journey to New York to get back into Adam's arms in his new home on their own by Christmas morning. Through a combination of luck resourcefulness and helpful friends, the four overcome hardships to reunite with an overjoyed Adam.
A VHS release of the special was released exclusively at Target stores the day after the special aired.
|Peter MacNicol||Snowden the Snowman|
|Michael McKean||Drummer the Toy Bear|
|Kathy Najimy||Tiny the Elephant|
|Rosslynn Taylor||Footloose the Rabbit|
|Edward Asner||Big Daddy|
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