Holiday Specials

constructiongraphic The holidays started and ended for 80s kids not with calendars but the premiers of regular holiday fare like Rudolph and the Thanksgiving Day parade in New York City (it’s not Christmas until we see Santa usher it in at the end of the line!!) Here I am including specials that were first aired in the 80s but also all the annual classics 80s kids looked forward to. New Years’ Specials Rudolph’s Shiny New Year Annual Torunament of the Roses Parade Valentine’s Day Specials Smurfily Ever After My Smurfy Valentine St. Patrick’s Day Specials Darby O’Gill and the Little People April Fools’ Day Specials (US)   Easter Specials It’s the Easter Beagle, Charlie Brown Easter Parade Here Comes Peter Cottontail The Easter Bunny is Coming to Town The First Easter Bunny Arbor Day Specials(US) It’s Arbor Day, Charlie Brown 4th of July Specials(US) Hallowe’en Specials All Hallows’ Eve Smurfs’ Halloween Special It’s the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown! Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad Monsters Thanksgiving ┬áSpecials (US) A Charlie Brown Thanksgiving Macy’s Annual Thanksgiving Day Parade The Mouse on the Mayflower Christmas Specials The Smurfs’ Christmas Special ‘Tis the Season to be Smurfy Baby’s First Christmas (Smurfs) Yogi Bear’s All-Star Christmas Yogi’ First Christmas Disney’s The Small One Mickey’s Christmas Carol Nestor, the long-eared Christmas Donkey The Year Without a Santa Clause Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer Frosty the Snowman Frosty Returns A Charlie Brown Christmas The Grinch who stole Christmas Santa Clause is coming to Town The First Christmas The Leprechaun’s Christmas Gold Frosty’s Winter Wonderland The Life and Adventures of Santa Clause The Little Drummer Boy The Little Drummer Boy Book II Pinocchio’s Christmas Twas the night before Christmas Jack Frost Misc. Specials The Smurfic Games The Smurfs’ Springtime Special The SMurfs and the Magic Flute Cartoon All-stars to the Rescue Yogi’s Space Race Yogi Bear and the Magical Flight of the Spruce Goose The Cricket on the Hearth The Wind in the Willows The Hobbit The Return of the King Return to Oz The Flight of the Dragons sources: bluebuddies, wikipedia, rankinbass.com,

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