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The Gift of Winter (1974)

Not Rated | | Short, Animation, Family | TV Short
Long, long ago the world didn't have any snow and winter was a time of wind, darkness and cold. One day a group of kids with a heartfelt cause to transform the season marched to the ... See full summary »

Writers:

John Leach (story and script), Isobel Jean Rankin (story and script)
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Dan Aykroyd ... Goodly / Rotten / Maple (voice)
Valri Bromfield ... Tender / Guard / Secretary of Cold (voice)
Gilda Radner ... Nicely / Malicious / Narrator (voice)
Gerry Salsberg Gerry Salsberg ... Small / Bazooey / Winter / Spruce (voice)
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Long, long ago the world didn't have any snow and winter was a time of wind, darkness and cold. One day a group of kids with a heartfelt cause to transform the season marched to the Ministry of Winter to persuade the all-powerful, icy-hearted Mr.Winter to use his magic and bestow the great gift of snowfall upon the world. It's a gift that makes the season full of wonder and joy, it is The Gift of Winter.

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winter | snow | See All (2) »


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Not Rated
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Country:

Canada

Language:

English

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Filming Locations:

Toronto, Ontario, Canada

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Leach & Rankin See more »
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Color
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Connections

Spoofed in Family Guy: The Son Also Draws (1999) See more »

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