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'''''{{PAGENAME}}''''' is an 2002 [[Christmas]] short, produced by Abrams Gentile Entertainment Group and Little Light Productions, animated at Keyframe Digital Productions, and starring the voices of [[Jane Seymour]] and {{w|James Naughton}}, that is produced and released directly-to-DVD in 2004.
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'''''{{PAGENAME}}''''' is an 2002 [[Christmas]] short, produced by Abrams Gentile Entertainment Group and Little Light Productions, animated at Keyframe Digital Productions, and starring the voices of [[Jane Seymour]] and {{w|James Naughton}}, that was produced and released directly-to-DVD in 2004.
   
 
==Summary==
 
==Summary==
Share the magicnof the season with ''The Littlest Light on the Christmas Tree''. A timeless magical tale about two unforgettable friends; [[Little Light|an abandoned discarded Christmas bulb]] and [[Tim Wiggins|an eight-year-old boy]] who finds him and takes him home. When the town suffers a blackout in a snowstorm, Little Light triumphs over all odds to "shine" the way for others to see the light.
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Share the magic of the season with ''The Littlest Light on the Christmas Tree''. A timeless magical tale about two unforgettable friends; [[Little Light|an abandoned discarded Christmas bulb]] and [[Tim Wiggins|an eight-year-old boy]] who finds him and takes him home. When the town suffers a blackout in a snowstorm, Little Light triumphs over all odds to "shine" the way for others to see the light.
   
 
Featuring the voices of [[Jane Seymour]] and {{w|James Naughton}}, and bursting with show-stopping music and holiday enchantment, ''The Littlest Light on the Christmas Tree'' is a story that celebrates the miracle of believing and the power of the human heart.
 
Featuring the voices of [[Jane Seymour]] and {{w|James Naughton}}, and bursting with show-stopping music and holiday enchantment, ''The Littlest Light on the Christmas Tree'' is a story that celebrates the miracle of believing and the power of the human heart.

Latest revision as of 08:19, January 1, 2020

The Littlest Light on the Christmas Tree is an 2002 Christmas short, produced by Abrams Gentile Entertainment Group and Little Light Productions, animated at Keyframe Digital Productions, and starring the voices of Jane Seymour and James Naughton, that was produced and released directly-to-DVD in 2004.

SummaryEdit

Share the magic of the season with The Littlest Light on the Christmas Tree. A timeless magical tale about two unforgettable friends; an abandoned discarded Christmas bulb and an eight-year-old boy who finds him and takes him home. When the town suffers a blackout in a snowstorm, Little Light triumphs over all odds to "shine" the way for others to see the light.

Featuring the voices of Jane Seymour and James Naughton, and bursting with show-stopping music and holiday enchantment, The Littlest Light on the Christmas Tree is a story that celebrates the miracle of believing and the power of the human heart.

Original SongsEdit

TitleMusic byLyrics byPerformed byNotes
"Here Comes Christmas Day" Peter M. Lewis Tommy Marolda Scott Robertson
Jordan Duffy
Carolyn Miller
Chorus
Brian Comment (vocal arr.)
"All About the Girth"Kenneth Kantor
"Seeing is Belieiving" Lawrence HolodcenerJordan Duffy
"The Best Gift"Julie Reiner
Joe Salvi
"Girth Reprise"Lynne Lewis
Steve Harris
"I Can Shine" Tommy MaroldaEddie Kobich
"The Littlest Light on the Christmas Tree"Katelin Onifrey
Michelle Raitzen
Lauren & William Ullrich

CastEdit

Voice actress/actorCharacter(s)
Jane SeymourMaggie Wiggins
James NaughtonTim Wiggins (narrator)
Jordan DuffyTimothy Wiggins
Briana SteinhilberMelissa Wiggins
Kenneth KantorEmanual Girthmore
Bruce LinserMr. Jeepers
Scott RobertsonMr. Goodly
Jacob Harran (or Jay Harran)The Colonel
Eddie KobichLittle Light
Narrator [by error]
Watley
Donna DaleyWoman Greeter
K.J. Blake, Don Burroughs
Brian Comment, Joyce Presutti
Ed Romanoff, Missy Schmotzer
"Here Comes Christmas Day" Chorus
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