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A Chipmunk Christmas (1981)

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Ross Bagdasarian Jr. Ross Bagdasarian Jr.
Alvin / Simon / David Seville
Janice Karman Janice Karman
Theodore / Tommy's Sister
June Foray June Foray
Mrs. Waterford / Mrs. Claus
Frank Welker Frank Welker
Santa Claus / Doctor
Charles Berendt Charles Berendt
Clyde Crashcup
R.J. Williams R.J. Williams
Tommy Waterford


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A Chipmunk Christmas

1 year, 3 months ago at Aug 25 2:09
Despite growing up during the 80s resurgence of the Chipmunks, I was never much of a fan of their helium voiced harmonies and sitcom-level shenanigans. I didn’t hate them (I still don’t, although I don’t recognize the grotesqueries they’ve been turned into by the modern live-action films), but re-visiting them here I felt a sense of beguiling innocence. The narrative stakes are low, Alvin ... read more
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Release date: 14 December 1981
Tags: 1981 (2), Christmas (2), Short (1), 1980s (1), Winter (1), Holiday (1), New York City (1), Family (1), Animation (1)
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thaskett rated this 7/10 10 months, 3 weeks ago
JxSxPx posted a review 1 year, 3 months ago

A Chipmunk Christmas

“Despite growing up during the 80s resurgence of the Chipmunks, I was never much of a fan of their helium voiced harmonies and sitcom-level shenanigans. I didn’t hate them (I still don’t, although I don’t recognize the grotesqueries they’ve been turned into by the modern live-action films), but re-visiting them here I felt a sense of beguiling innocence. The narrative stakes are low, Alvin is sweetly naughty, Dave is grumpy and ruffled throughout, and the creative team works in harmony to achieve a solid effort.   Perhaps it’s that Ross Bagdasarian Jr. had such a strong presence behind the scenes that this special feels like much of the older Chipmunks work. The look and sounds of the original works from late-50s marry to Chuck Jones’ style very well, and Jones’ gentler sid” read more

JxSxPx rated this 7/10 1 year, 3 months ago

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