Timeless Movies for Kids
Frosty’s Winter Wonderland Deluxe Edition
Though the story doesn't seem like it's truly for kids, you still might get a chuckle over the thought that Frosty the Snowman's marriage is threatened by jealous Jack Frost. The movie arrived in 1976 and stars two great screen stars Andy Griffith and Shelley Winters as the voices of Frosty and his wife.
Jack Frost Gets Jealous
The Smurf's Holiday Celebration
The Smurfs are bound to put a smile on any child's face during the holiday season with The Smurf's Holiday Celebration. They are so cute, but their stories are full of action. At times, the creatures that threaten the lovable Smurfs might not make some of the youngest kids to happy. Though parents may want to keep a watchful eye, a happy ending is sure to put a pleasant smile back on children's faces.
The Smurfs First Holiday Celebration
Twas the Night Before Christmas
The children of Junctionville are having their letters to Santa Claus returned and nobody knows why. Alas, a very bitter soul has angered Saint Nick by claiming Christmas is "a fraudulent myth!"
The disbelieving rodent named Albert Mouse must be humored and turned around to believe in Santa. The journey of Albert being persuaded to change his belief in Santa makes for a jolly return to Junctionville for Santa. The ending is very charming -- inspired by Clement Moore's poem. Joel Grey, George Gobel, Tammy Grimes and John McGiver are featured voices. The animated story was introduced in 1974.
Prologue -- 'Twas the Night Before Christmas
Let it Go - Frozen
Frozen is truly a timeless movie for all ages. "Let It Go" unleashes our desires to let our worries go. The song won an Oscar because it adds so much to the fateful tale of two sisters longing for their rekindled relationship. The frozen spell keeps the movie suspended in time as a lovable snowman offers charm and includes a reindeer acting like a domesticated dog.